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Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Salvation Army. A week's special crusade has been held in Granville since our last, by the' Salvation Army, Major Tine in charge. The attendances each night have been fairly large.

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A Brave Australian. (Dedicated to my friend Hereward O. Hewison who has received the Albert medal from the Queen.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

A Brave Australian. (Dedicated to my Wend HerewardO. Hewison who has received tbe Albert medal bom the Queen.) A few thougliu upon the heroic conJoct of Hennratd —Oxtta known u 8oJgt- Htwl»o, wlw name? I hli brother Horace from an awful doth In the tewfOfariurkatNewGutlc, N.S.W., Not. H, HENRY CMNPORD, Pirnmim. : Bmye Herevanl, thy name's renowned, It h*e 'scaped a million lips : And moVd a million hearts. . Upon oar national page shall blase thy name v A» one of heroic tome. Brave heart. Rot pnls'a by Boman blood, : . . Bat touched by brother's love. ?.'?.'?-? Iiove etenul, so bmve, eo true, ;-'? Kottu Imowing— in death's presence rising ?;. ? ? 1 '. ? pnpreme, ' ?.. 0 d»ootle«« and beantifnl love, V Cloatog its eje« to danger, - When a broflier'8 Ufa's at stake— ?:. - Jntp *he very jam of death it goeth I ?--? . (totadoe one it loveth more than sell. !;:/:.''lTnat cry tehelp inspired the manly eoal /??-: With enperhnmiin strength, ' ??, ? !Ana Jrithlore'eenibraoe, s brother vrest ...

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Junior Endeavourers. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

: juoioi Eaieammm. :''_.;: Mx '?'- tlu, Junior EiBiUavotu; |dlk*f^ ?Q&£ ff%ySto -£kmgi^ati(«al ; OhuH*: paid^ IS&xrlatrio we Junior Endeavpnwrs^ ^&n, at *eB»^*C'»^M k^OT&day evening: They -went by ;*ni

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

T. TBT. POLLOCK, IMPORTER OF DRAPERY, MILLINERY, CLOTHING, -k, -k, /Z/, VICTORIA HOUSE, ... ff. I^«Llier»'s Buildings^ Churcli Stu New Spring G-oods Now on View! Manchester, Household, and Furnishing— Blankets, all sizes, white and coloured. Flannels and Flannelettes, white and coloured. Longcloths, Damasks, Towels, Cretonnes. Art Muslins, Art Blinds in new designs. Quilts, Table Covers, Floorcloths, Linoleums, Carpets, etc., etc. Dress and Costume Dress Fabrics of all kinds, new and fashionable, in Fancy Tweeds, Homespuns, Estamenes, Foules, Cheviots, Meltons, Cashmeres, Amazons, Velvet, Velveteens, Plushes. Rainproofs, Waterproofs, Macintoshes, Mantles, | Capes, Jackets, Costumes, Boas, &c, &c. New Winter Millinery— Ladies' Felt and Straw Hats, Toques and Bonnets, trimmed and un trimmed, in all the newest styles and colors. Children's Flush and Cashmere Hats and Bonnets. Birds, Plumes, Wings, Ornaments, &c. Hosiery and Fancy Ladies' and Children's Cashmere ...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Brief Mention. For all manner of repairs to watches, docks, and jewellery, go to G. E. Biohibbbok, removed to a few doors from Maraden's.* Iredale, Walford, and Chorch, oome oat best In the C.C.E.C.C, baiting averages; Thorpe and Pye best In the bowling depart ment. H. Andrews (caretaker, on the Oval) is making good headway with next year's wickets ; but he shonld use on his lawns some of that good soil to be found in tho water ooarses of the Park. The Park Trustees are making the ' sand merchants ' pay {or the sand taken from the bed of the fresh-water river. Many persons think the charge is nwfali* ? provided, of course, no injury is done by the Band-getters to the river banks. Spectacles, Is ; Beat Pebble Spectaoles, Mb 6d, at 0. E. Bichihmoh's, near Lennox Bridge.' The head-waters of the fresh-water stream are still denied with factory refuse ; and the river at the back of the Belormatory looks filthy. ^^ Jas. OMiholm was liberated from Parra matta Gaol on Saturday hut. A new an...

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Central Cumberland C.C. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Central Cumberland C.C. :^H ANNUAL MEETING. There was a good attendance of members at the Beoond annual meeting of the above elnb, on Monday night last, in the School of Arts, Parramatta. In the absenoe of the chairman, Judge Docker was voted to the chair. The annnal report, which was of a brdkr namre, showed that the clnb had Blared IS matches, of which IS were won, 1 lost, and 6 drawn. The second eleven had played 23 matches, winning 7, losing 4, and drawing 10. The report also recorded the death of one of the vice-presidents, Mr. Andrew Payten, JJ-. The report was adopted. Judge Docker expressed hiB approbation of the annnal report. He also congratulated Mr. Iredale and Mr. Walford on tho splendid averages which they obtained daring the past season. The election of officers for the ensningyear, resulted as follows :— Patron, Mr. H. Taylor , president, Mr. C. J. Byrnes ; vice-president, Judge Docker, Bev. Champion, Dr. Bowman, Dr. Phillips, Dr. W. S. Brown, Dr. Kearney, Messrs. E....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

mEA DEINKEESI mEA DEKKEBS I *'^M mEA DBINKEUS ! ! ! *^M — m ECOKO1USE. ECONOJIISE. ECONOMISE. -fig IT IS AN ADMITTED FACT THAT -^H 2E'ST 2E'SY ..fl At 17- Per Pound. iffa Is Equal to any Tea in the Market at Is 9d. SSL 61b. &. 121b. Tins. SatUiaction Guaranteed, or 'tlSS Cash returned. ?r-$$m tS-TETIT. TBY IT. TEY IT. ? ^.^SBB &&£ ^oi* Pbopmetob- /^ ''^m j-toohe^vv ?m PEODDCE MEECHANT, Comer CHUECH & '-^9 PHILLIP STB., PAREAMATTA. ' '' J$SS All Prodace at Lowest Market Bates. !\^B

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SMITHFIELD. A Dance. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

RMlTHt'lF.T.Ti A Dance. A dance woe held in the hall, Smith field, on Saturday night. About thirty couples took part. Mr. G. Ashe waa master of ceremonies. It is supposed that there mil be a series of such socials ; if so, the dancing fraternity should shew their appreciation.

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Agencies, Land Sales, Robberies. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Agencies, Land Sales, Robberies. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— As a licensed auctioneer and old resident of this town, I thank you for the much-needed outspoken and 'fearless article that appeared in your issue of this^noming. I feel quite Bure that your commendable efforts to purifv the commercial atmosphere of the old town, will meet with widespread. and almost universal approval ? Tours truly, G. H. JIOUBS. Parramatta, August 10, 1895.

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"Preachers and Churches." (AN EXTRACT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

' Preachers and Churches.' (AN EXTRACT.) . . . '1 can easily understand tliB I some genuine men among tho olergy will be rti6- I qoicted bv wondering whether (he Socialists are coming round their way for a cenoml sharing-oat arrangement, and so they are slow to make a move. Buch is the anliRhtenment that exintfi in Diara nuariers ] Let me hasten to reassure all such that if they are to subscribe to the following vcrv mild statement of John Buskin, they need not be seriously alarmed :— ' So far am I from invalidating tho cMirity of property, that the whole giBt of my nmten tion will be found to aim at an extension in its range, and whereas it has long been known j and declared that the poor have no rislit to tho property of ihe rich, I wish it also io hi: hnovm } and declared that the rich have no rislit to the property of the poor' (' Unto thit Ln.-l '). That surely should be a self-evident proposi tion to the mind of a ''moralist, but it Roes rather n long way, afi it would mean nV...

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FOR "THE PEOPLE." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

FOR 'THE PEOPLE.' Contributions (particularly 'claBilcs'), having anv educational valne, will he accepted for thl. column.

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CANLEY VALE. Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

CANLEY VALE. Bali. A complimentary ball was given in the Society's Hall, Canley Vale, on Friday evening, August 2nd, by the bachelor friends and well-wishers of Mr. and Mrs. S. Cummings, Mrs. Emanuel, and Messrs. Lambert and Cooper. The master of ceremonies was Mr. *Tea neimers. A very lengtny programme was prepared ; and was enjoyed by about 20 couples. The music was contributed voluntarily', and was voted first-class. The party were indebted to Messrs. Wilkins and Taylor for nine selections, Mrs. Cummings for four, Messrs. HfelmorB fo- two, Mr. Cooper for one, and Miss Herford for one. Refreshments were partaken of at 11.80, after which dancing was re sumed. Bongs and recitations were rendered by Messrs. Cummings, Hel mers, and Gill. Tbe ' Romany Lass,' by Mr. F. Holniers; and the 'Little, cabin boy,' by Mr. Cummings, were loiidly applauded. The inimitable Mr. Gill delighted those assembled with his ever-green piece, entitled ' woolloomoo Ioo.' Among those present were Miss M. Hel...

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MONDAY. AUGUST 12. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

MONDAY, AUGUST 12. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards, P.M.) Two defendants, on bail, charged with drankeuness and disorderly conduct, were each fined 10s ; in default, 48 hours' imprisonment. A ScnooL Attendance Case. William Harrison wss charged witb a breach of tbe Public Instruction Act in Dot sending his child to school for seventy days during the ball-year ending 30tn June last. Senior-sergeant Mcgarvcy having given formal ovideuce, William Swann, head-teacher at Granville Superior Public School, deposed that a cbild named Walter Harrison had attended six and a-half days in the last half-year. Was then informed that tbc child bad been sent to a private school. Cross-examined by defendant .- Did receive a letter from you to tbe effect tbat the child was to be sent to another school. The boy's cadet uniform was returned. Was asked by you to strike the name oS the roll, but had no power to do so. The - defendant deposed that the child, Walter Harrison, was 14 years old this year. The chil...

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Mr. Nobbs' Candidature. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

1 «KcHpbW Candidatare. - i|;::C/:iSr|i|prat^^^H6bbs' su- &-£ It was a-eifl^.:fol.toito:«iangementB

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W. Austin & Co.'s Produce Stores. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

W. Austin & Co.'a Produce Stores. The stores, on the Sydney road, (Church-street south) between the Par ramatta boundary and the 'Woodville road, are among the few places having no particular reason to complain of the times. lor some years the business here established has been commending itself unceasingly to residents in the Pamunatta, Granville, Merrylands and Sherwood districts. Being centrally Situated and ran upon the best business principles, vu., that of giving the high est possible quality for current trade rates, this is not altogether surprising. . Messrs. Austin and Oo. carry one of the largest district stocks of produce, their mam shed alone giving storage capacity for £0 truck loads. The feature of the establishment, however, is the scrupul ous care taken to supply onstomers with an unexceptionable article. AU ch*ff and maize received from agents is emp tied, re-screened and re-bagged. In the . case of ohaff, the contents of the bags are passed through a bin on...

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The Band of Mercy [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

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GRANVILLE ELECTORATE. GRANVILLE. School Concert. "CONGRESS OF NATIONS." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

GRANVILLE BIECTORATE. 0RAK7ZLLE. School Concert. 'OONGEESS OP NATIONS.' The oantsta, 'The Congress of Nations,' given sonuv few weeks ago ,v 'by theohildrfiQ of the Granville South /*' Superior Public School, was repeated JdVJk Albert Hall on Friday night lastr^'Mr. W. Swann fhead-teaoher of the School) who has devoted muoh care to the tuition of the youthful performers, acted as conduotot; and with the permission of the Department, Here Hugo Alpen again officiated as aooompamat. -The attendanoe. was hardly as large as was hoped for, and the nett financial results whioh are to be devoted to the School of Arts funds, will be comparatively small. The characters in the cantata were taken, almost without exception, by the children who sustained them in the performance last montii : The variouB 'vnpersonations were well presented, JtVongst the best being those of Russia (BJ 0. Peroival; P. Saunders, and T. Ironmonger), Spam (by M. Barber and M. Sowter), France (by B. Swann), Italy (by In...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Thorpe's Hotel, CHUECH STBEET, PARBAMATTA NORTH. TTENRY THOEPE, Pbohuetob. The following Brands always in Stock : — Shamrock Whiskey (qts.) . . SI Burke1. ?'Whiskey .. .. ?/-bifle. Brown's 4-Crown Whiskey .. 4/3 „ Usher's Special ? */6 „ Qoinness's Stout and Best Brands English Ale, 10/- per Dozen. / 'fa — -/t / Lowndes' Bum a SpeoiaUty. Visitors will find this one oE the must Comfort able and Homely Hotels in Parraii^t&. ? TvnwR MODEBATE. ? rpHE PKEMIEB OIL AS COLOB BTOEEB. Herbert Coates, The ONLY Paint and Glass Merchant, GEORGE STBEET, PAREAMATTA. ?Remember that THE BEST is -&e CHEAPEST In the end, and purchase from me. Genuine White and Bed Leads. Best Linseed Oil Varnishes French Polishes Paper Hangings Border and Dadoes / Kalsomine / /*%) Y S7 Gold Paints, /// O '~7 J 'Window Glass, etc. '/ -£- / Srushware, etc. elo. / Paints Mixed to order, any shade, any quantity. Glazing done in best manner (or the Pnblio and the trade. Please send all orders for goods or w...

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SHERWOOD. Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

SHERWOOD. ' Improvements. The Works Committee of our Muni cipal Council, paid their annual visit of inspection on Saturday, and among the streets to he improved are Sydney, Parkes, and Robertson Streets, also Parramatta, Sherwood, Park, Gaildford, Smithfield, and Hawks-view Roads.

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