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The Parramatta Asylums. WARM COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

The Parramatta Asylums. 'WARM COMMENTS. We have received the following (.?lipping from the Gulgong paper : — ' l'lirrainatta Benevolent? Asylums. An old identity returned last week to the neighbourhood after having spent a couple of months in on-- ot the Pi.ura matta Asylum.--. Tie gives a woeful j picture of the mi.-iuacngt-.-mi-'nt, cruelty I and negrleoc displaved. in the institution. From iiis jii.-uoiuit an abode, which with ; wisi' rules and regulations, might he a| havt'ii of y-st to thi-' -.ick. -,i;jvd' and in- j linn is. under the [iresent system, little else but ;i. hell upon earth. There ap pears to be no lack o£ the necessaries and evi-n comforts ot life if they were fairly distributed, but the strong are allowed to pr'-y upon the weak, to rob them of their rations and to make their lives ^''iierallymisoraLle. Such a deplor able state of things is no more than could naturally he expected when one warder and one matron .iv the sole exe cutive to conduct an establishment ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Prospect and Sherwood. ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Prospect and Sherwood, .ivLECTIOX O.V MAYOR. A si'kciai, meeting of the above Council was licit! on Monday evening last, to consider tho election of n Mayor for tho current municipal year. The following were present: — His Worship the Mayor, Aid. II. T. Jones (iu the chair), Aid. Airoy, Hollicr, T. Muston, Pnton, Austiss, Stieme, U. Muston and Hlnyford. Tlio Mayor welcomed the newly-elected aldermen, and stated that whatever differences of opinion existed between them, they were all there tor tlio common good. They were there for the purpose of electing a Mayor and he trusted they would elect a competent and a cultural alderman to succeed him. Ho was very glad to be relieved of the responsibility. Tho late Aid. Josuy.li Booth had informed him that ho would not find tho position a bed of roses. It had indeed been anything but a pleasant term of office for him. The munici pality was proclaimed iu August, 1872, and from that time to the present the following had filled the mayoral chai...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Castle Hill A and E. Association. COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Castle Hill A- and H. Association. COL'-'0CL jrEETIXCr. i Tin-: adjourneil rauethi'.' ot the council was j held at the stovu, Cnstle Ft:U. oil iRraday eveniua-. I'reseut— Mr. Vi,.-e-IJr»sider-t Fuller | (in the .-.Usiii::, Vice- President -T. AV. Foster. I councillors ./.' V.. Black, James, J. and H. | Harrison. Osborne, Franks. Hunt. Gibbs. ! Jianks, Willinms, Tuckwell, .1. Puller, Moore, Thome, Z. Bellamy, and F. Rogers (.secre tary.' A letter was read trom Hie .Uepa.i-traeut or I [.amis, l-inpiesu-a^ the late tr\istf:es to send in I the deeds of tin: recreation -round, with a view to the same hu-inif proclaimed as a show I The meeting tln.n pni-ceded to appoint ; iud-es, &i: . in place of thos,: who had de- \ ciined to acr, as follows, : -Sports : Mr. A. i A:\lezavlc was unpointed .me 'of the ha.mii- ! cappers. TTorse events: Mr. T. F. McICenzie i was a.Bpoint,.-d one of tin- judires. The f.dluu in- ?/enr.l:-meil wore jipi^iiited judges in .;h;s.-er- [j.'lii. and 11 :— Mi...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Card v. Rawlings and Levien. WEDNESDAY, FEB., [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Card v. Kawlings and Lcvien. Wkhnk-^av, Fix. -i:;. i Tin: f.'liiiif .hi.-dit:c -;M thai, in Il.ii .-:t-,.: ill, -.- ! W nmdu up tlidr iiiindM in opI.t th:it jinii.',: I miiflifc '»? 'lone, that tliu wliolrj miitt.T .-! ? I.I I..- I v.-fi-rri:(l to tli'i Pnittioii'itiuy for liis n.-port, ,'onl Hint li« sliould iii-iiiir« into thr: nxw.t rel.it;.,,,- : .iliip winch exi.Htoi l---tu-r.-n .Mr. f.wi.-n :iml i Mr. lt;i\vliiii,'^, '»'l report, to tlir court tin- : iMult. (if hi* ' iiiipiirii:* Nvln-t.htv Kiiwlimr,. .v.i.s j nviiimfinif dork for Mr. l.cvicn --in r!,-- true j scii.hi: (,f wh.tt. tin- position \vn- imil.;r.-ir-1o.| to i I,.; in mi iittornevVs ofli'-.- -:it IWi.nmt.lii. hii.1 I iir«* in I'.irr.mmtla. :.,-, -ur!i inan.-c.'in;.' .-Inl-. Dl, tin. Cither him.l. In- ivouid )!.-.-.-i-t-riisi 'if it I..: a tut tliiit. Mr. lUwliii-.;.-. »;,, wirrvii ? n for lii,. o'.vn !,-:n.-nt, mi iitioni-vV, l,'n.-iti- -i at I'l.rniniaU.i, pavin-. 11* wiis ':i]leir'-'l. coinnii.. .-i'.ii to Mr. J.t-...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Mr. Massey's Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Mr. Massey's Benefit. Ox Wednesday evening a well merited com plimentary concert was tendered to Mr. Arthur Massey, and owing to the indefatigable efforts of Mr. C. AV. Brodie and the gentlemen of the committee, the affair was a pronounced success. Tho bt-m-fieiufi: has earned the hearty good-will of the people of Parramatta ami district by the readv and courteous manner iu which he places his services at their disposal, ungrudgingly and unrewarded, except the reward of thankfulness and gratitude from those lie so liberally assists. As leader and head, back and front of the Par ramatta Lieuertaiei, i\lv. aiassey may uc put down as one of our leading ' local celebrities.' He has raised us out of utter obscurity in the musical world and put us on a level vith the most advanced of colonial musical communities. Parramatta indeed owes the artist a great deal for this work alone, to say nothing of his promptitude in organising or assisting at relief concerts. For these various reasons, we...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Election Tricks. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Election Tricks CENTRAL CUMBERLAND ELECTION. At the Central Police Court, on Wednesday, Walter Hawkins was charged with impersona ting an elector of Central Cumberland named Walter Bayley. William Hichard Answorth, presiding officer at the Sydney polling booth, deposed to the record of the vote as alleged to each candidate; witness found that both papers in the case of two scrutineers wero signed by Mr. J. Thorpe, so ho said only one of them could remain ; one of them named M'Cirath then said that he had given in his declaration first, and tho other gentleman said that he signed his declaration first; witness said they had bettor toss up for it. Peter M'Grath deposed that he was ouo of the scrutineers for Mr. Thorpe ; he saw the prisoner at tho booth, and saw him attempting to vote for a man named Tindle ; that was the only time ho had seen him in his life : was not there at (lie time lie was challenged. Cross-examined by Mr. Montagu: Had no occupation for 10 years ; was employed on...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Agricultural and Horticultural. (BY Wl-ST3tHA.nl Tjik Ahous Fruit Show. — Next week I trust h t Hint I shall bo able to report Hint tho Aitous 1 | lmit Show of '89 to be liulilcn to -day proved i a siicoc- s as well from the benevolent as the ? lioitiudtuial standpoint. So may be it! i , ? * - 4 A Curious New Plant. — 'I lie January nuni { jj i of tht 'American Agriculturist ' contains ?{ 'm illii-.tr itoil account of a tomato egg plant j ' iiom v, Inch the subjoined psirngrnph and .sketch i mo taken : — ' A curious now plant attracted a ' } huou shaii of attention at the last Burlington | ^ (omit) jS J , fair, where it was exhibited by I' I 1 Bishop, in the collection of the progress- m I timei's Club The plant has the general J itnH.ii ii«e of a common ej:{y plant, while its ' fruit, when ripe, resembles a medium sized, i ribbed tomato. Its skin is veiy glossj- and In ulit li d much like that of a cnyenne pepper. Tim history of the plant, so far as we could | 1 un is that the yuar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

YTOIICE O F R E M O V A L, GEORGE TOVEY, CARRIAGE AND BUGGY PATNTEH, (from Flomming Bros. , England, by ap pointment to her Majesty) Bogs to inform his numerous Patrons that lie has removed to those more Central Premises in GROSE-STUEET, two doors from Churcli streefc, Piiniimatta North, where ho hopes by strict attention to business, combined with moderate prices, to merit a continuance of tho favours so liberally bestowed upon him in the past. Carriages Buggies, Carts, and all kinds of vehicles, painted, trimmed and repaired on tho shortest notice. Estimates given for any class of work. Trial respectfully solicited. fg£P Address — GEORGE TOVHY, Grose-street, Parramattn. WIRK NETITNG, 50 yd Rolls, 2in. mesh, ISin., -Is Od; 2ft., 7s; 2ft (Jin., 9s: 3ft., 10s 0d; -1ft., Ms; 5ft., 17s Gd ; Gft. ''Is MURRAY BROS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

iTIOTTAGE to Let in Short-street, Parra \J mattii. Reduced Rent. Apply, Murray Bros., Parraniatta. \J Pans, Cesspits, Drains, Stables, Dust boxes, Sick Rooms, and Hospitals. Agents, ? MURRAY BROS. f\ ARPETS niiide^lald7and'''refard\ Furni \J ture repaired and polished. MURRAY BROS._ 17TvE~PWNDS IU^\VA:aD'fo'rn'iforn'uition I' which will lead lo tho conviction of tho persons who removed post and rail fence and soil from the land, Darcyville, Toongabbie Estate. JOHN TAYLOR, G.~ .._.^.._._._^_Sg___._______ or Firo Extinguishing, Us (id. MURK AY BROS. Eli^SENE OII^ SnowilakJi^NuTgar^ Aurora, Evening Star, high test. MURRAY BROS. ACQTrA'jUh;-S''i.'RTOKrir AVESLEYAN CHURCH.— Rev. C. J. Prescolt B.A., wiU preach morning and evening. Rev. P. J. Stephen will preach at Factory-st at 7.:iO. O~Tl.r\fRON FOR SALE. Oast mill AVrought. Macquiirio-strcot Asylum. 1 ) ARRAM A.TTA D 1ST R.1CT 'JiOSPITAL JL and Parraniatta BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. APPLICATIONS, addressed to tho Chair man of Committee, P. D....

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Dr. Brown's social this afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Dr. Brown's social this afternoon. Mr. J. W. Couper presented a £?- 3s trophy to be competed for among members of the Rosohill Bowling Club; handicap, JJ1 up: Twenty-two entries were received, and plael has started. Mr. H. Fulla^ir (;il) elcfeatoy Mr. AV. Hart; (19) ; Mr. A. jolmstono (:J1) de feated Mr. Nowling (20). Rosehill v. Hospital for Insane, to-day. Rosohill: Collcy, Miller, Budge, AVesley, Laugdon, MoKenzie, Wharf, Douglas, Shepherd, Spier, Pyo, 12 Moseley.

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Rosehill Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

.h'oselnll Kaces. Following avo the weights lor to-day's meeting :-- T\m: Election Haniiicap— 8 furlong. si Hi *.t 11) Yabba ? 0 n Chic .. .. ' ??! Amiiiu.. . 8 in Charming . . 7 2 Fuse .. . . N 8 Speculation . . 7 - l.:i Y.-.lelte ..8 1! Pusilist .. T n Lady Madii, . . « (i Ott ? TO TusAiiri.ru .. K I r.ilnveb .. U 1J I cbul .. . . if I R:.c!i worth .. 0 fi Snini) Diiy .. 8 '2 Lady Avenal.. *- 10 (ilcnEkfm .. S ?_- S.sittcrtield .. « 10 Victory . . 8 0 First; Dollar . . « « Wimda .. T 12 Cieonei- .. -- 8 Too Soon ... 7 12 Tho Bass .. « 8 Aberdeen .. 7 10 Belvoirina .. « « Lonely.. .. 7 Hi Ellie .. .. « « Novice.. .. 7 8 Koinish .. » H J,oriiiii.. . . 7 8 Sunbeam .. « -1 ili-i-i-ivlicr .. 7 8 J'.ucJHl .. » -M Allmims . 7 8 .lC.is.-us.siu .. « -1 | J/.dv Lyon .. 7 C. Pawnee .. li -i Xt-w (iiiiiien .. 7 li Allan .. . . li 2 Mormon .. 7 li Hou.eRuie .. i! 2 Tie Hvpoorite 7 li igna .. ..0 2 K-:l:i '.. ..7 1 T.n.uy.. . . 0 '? .-i-cond Thought 7 ?! O. J.' .. ..0 0 Kiimsriiivu '.. 7 1 In.i...

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Prospect and Sherwood Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Prospect and Sherwood Council. Tnr. usual fortnightly meeting of the above Council was held in tho Council Chambers on Saturday evening. Present : Tho Mayor, Alderman T. Muston (in tho chair), Aldermen Hillicr, Anstiss, Patou, ttiome, G. Muston, and Playf Orel . Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COKItESrOXDKXCK. In answer to a communication from the Council, tho Board of Health, stated that a dairyman who produced milk for tho manufac ture of butter and cheese only need nut bo registered. From the Parramatta Gas Co., stating that from the 1st January a reduction of 20s per lamp per year would bo made, provided tho company had tho lighting for three years. — ? .Received, and referred to the Lighting Com mittee. From J. E. Bnwden, forwarding accounts for law expenses in the District Court suit, James Booth v. the Council. — Received. From .Tas. Boo:h, forwarding account tor U2ii Ms 7d, (he original account being .£11(5 Ms 7d, and the law expenses C10. — Rece...

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Presentation to Messes. Godson and Williamson. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Presentation to Messrs. Godson and Williamson. A vi-:i!Y pleusunl re-union took place in the skating rink of the J.'arramuku Assembly Hall on Friday evening last, the occasion being the presentation oi' addresses and souvenirs (o Messrs. .K. (jodson date Chief Overseer of Works at II.. M. (.iaol, .l'arriuiKitlai, and J. \Y\ Williamson (trades overseer at I lie same institution.) These, gentlemen, sil'!,oi- a long and faith Fill service ol' over .'ill years, have just retired under lite con ditions of the Civil Service Act. .In addition to the handsomely illuminated address, Tdr. ('unison was iho recipient, of a silver .-?nitl'f box nnd Mr. William son a silver-niounti.'d cigar case. 'If. all about. ;;-- of the gaol ollicials were pre sent, and they sat down to a supper spread out in Mrs. T. 1 1 ill's verv besl, style. Mr. T. ISarnetl, ( iovernoi-'oi (he (.iaol, occupied the chair, and I h\ Yioletfe, Visiting .Surgeon, occupied the vicij-c.huiv. The Ke,v. ,1. .U. IJloin lield, Visiti...

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Parramatta Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Parramatta Borough Council. A special meeting of the Parramatta Borough Council was held on Wednesday evening. Present — '1 ho Mayor (Mr. F. Beames) and Aldermen Taylor, Moxham, Neale, Brodie, Dixon, Dellow, Booth. Tlie Mayor reported receipt of declaration ; of office from his W- rship the j lyor. The Improvement Committee's report, re ceived at hist meeting and published in a pre vious issue of the Ahgus, was read. Alderman Taylor objected to the first clause in the report dealing with a letter from Mr. W. Hart, complniiiing of defective accomir.olati'jn at Queen's Wharf. The improvement Com mittee promised to deal with the matter in a subsequent report, but that committee would that night be diss lved. The Mayor said the new Improvement Com mittee would doubtless consider any recom mendations from the old committee, Alderman Dixon failed to s^e that it was necessary to take the course suggested by Alderman Taylor. Alderman Brodie characterised the objection of Alderman Taylor as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

11 L 1 ] KS AND TELEGRAMS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Undertakers. STATE AND REFORM FUNERALS conducted in tlio most i-pspectalilo manner and at Moderate Chnrgcs. Load, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shortest Notice. Wreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards n Speciality- -printed as required. Church Street, Parramatta, Now Furniture Arcade. Furniture Arcade. SAIMTY BROS If you are about to FURNISH YOUR HOUSE Come and Walk through our Arcade, and look at our Goods and Prices. English &, Colonial Furniture, Bedsteads & Bedding, ? AXD ? AUSTRIAN BENT .FURNITURE. Spring Mattresses, full size, from I Kitchen Safes, 10s (id. 13s. ! Kitehen Tables, 8s (id. Chests of Drawers, from uOs. j Drawing' Room Suites, from .£'11 5s. Hardware, Holloware, Bmshware, Basketwaro, &c. Colonial Ovens, from 7s Gd. Long Handle Shovels, '2s (id. Garden Barrows, Kis. Good American Axes, Is (id. Wire netting from lft. to Oft.— 2ft., 50 yds., 7s; 8ft., 50yds., 10s (id. Corrugated Iron Ta...

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Narrow Escape at the Hospital for Insane. A WARDER ATTACKED BY A LUNATIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Narrow Escape at the Hospital for Insane. A 'WAN PHIl ATTACKED 1JY A LUNATIC. A MiMMiHuous iittiifk whs niiulo upon a wiirilev liamcil in.uli' at tlio PmTii niiitla I[os]iital :li-i- Insane on 1'Yiday movuiug liy a criminal patient ii:ii:ii-cl .] aines C'aim.'i'on. 'I'lie lattor, witli ;i niiml'tii' of oilier ]iatients iimlur warders .[ng-Ie and \\'(;ekes. was engaged tut ting and stacking in the wood yard of i tin; institution. As usual at 11 o'clock I the patients knocked oil' to have a smoke, and ingle was apparently so occupied when the attack was niado u[ion him. It appears that Ingle had threatened sumo days previous that, lor some trivial breach which he was continually indulging in, he. should stop his tobacco unless lie desisted. The warder had evidently intended to carry this into ell'cct on the day named, and when the smoke hour came Cameron slunk away into (he tool-house un noticed, and picking up an tixe, stole out to attack Ingle. 'Without any warning he approached the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

The Parrainatta Branch, of JOHN HUNTER'S World-Renowned City Boot Palace. The Leading Establishment in Parramatta. I First-class Boots and Slices at Moderate Prices, First-class Boots and Shoes at Moderate Prices,'1' Which, are all marked in Plain Figures. NOTICE.— A Quotation of Prices being no criterion of Value and Style, the Public are invited personally to inspect my iSTew and Well Assorted Stock of LADIES', GENTS.' and CHILDREN'S BOOTS and j SHOES before Purchasing eisoAvliert;, and to note the following' facts, viz. : — „ j .A. All Goods are direct from the Manufacturers, no intermediate Profits being paid. All trade commission and discounts being saved in buying. - IB Small uniform Profits only are charged on Manufacturers' Prices, thereby being in the reach of all. \ O Every article is marked in Plain .Figures at the Lowest Possible Prices, whereby every purchaser receives uniform value. u ID Any Goods not approved of (if not worn or soiled) can. be exchanged, as I desire n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

fjoROUGH OP PARRAMATi'A. / 1-OTICE TO RATEPAYERS AND 'W i-'N OTHERS. a i.Atnvor (Frank Kennies, Esq.) will bo in j!mccatJiis office. Town Hall, Churoh ,t for tho transaction of public business .^?Monday, AVcducsduy, mid Friday from « i, By order. 1 ??)/??? S. WICKHAM, - |7^ CouneU Clerk. : $ Toivu Hull, ': | ' Wild Feb. 1889. ; Jj^CTUcTh OF GRANVILL35. , « sVIURATE TENDERS iiro invited nnd I ? Wtived up to 0 p.m. of AVEDNES f Y the 27th instant, for the following works | . th'o Municipal Yc.tr 1S89-00 :— ! 1 1. For Carting ! I ?-. For Scavenging II I :i. For Ploughing 1 1 .). For Street Rolling 1 specifications and all particulars at tlic Town 'J § v,di Tender must be accompanied by a cash s, ilp.wit of three pounds (.CIS). Tenderers to ft jiiiit the name of n person us bondsman. e, |! the lowest or any Tender not necessarily v H voptcd. I J By Onkr, . ,,j } JOHN SCARBOROUGH, J- J Council Clurk. j, - |To«n 3i.iii, r L (ii.mville, 1 '2th February. 1889. I Tim Treasury, New South. Wal...

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Smithfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Smithfield. Anthony Bros., of Smitlilield. have always shown a great deal of enterprise in their busi ness as tanners, and they have their eye on some extensive departures in the near future. Recently, Mr. A. Anthony, son of Mr. John Anthony, has returned from America, where he has been picking up wrinkles this last four years in regard to the way butt leather is pre     pared. He comes back stored wiih this know ledge, gained by practical experience in some of the best factories, and the firm propose to   utilise this knowledge right off. There is a great field open in the colonies for this leather. One firm alone in Sydney receive from America 1000 sides per month, and Anthony Bros, are assured that thoy can command the New South Wales market if they succeed in turning out good article. We hope they may.

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Coroner's Inquest. FATAL FALL TUK0UG1I A BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 March 1889

Coroner's Inquest. FATAL FALL THROUGH A BRIDGE. On Sunday afternoon last, Mr. J. E. Bow den, tho Parramatta District Coroner, held an inquest at the Parramatta District Hospital, touching the death of a man named Joseph Rule, who was found in a dying state under neath the Rookwood Railway Bridge, lato on Saturday night. Joseph Ridley, a labourer, employed at tho Rookwood Cemetery, deposed to hearing a man calling out lato on Saturday night ; wont in the direction of the noiso and mot a man named Frederick Slater, who in« formed him that there was a man under the bridge, groaning incessantly ; informed tho police and deceased was removed to the Parra matta, Hospital. Dr. Bowman deposed to examining deceased and finding n, number of wounds on tho face and head ; two ribs wore broken and had pierced tho lung ; the injuries were such as would be caused by deceased falling through tho bridge onto tho jagged substances bolow. Giles Rule recognized tho body of deceased as that of his broth...

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