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[?] DAUGHTER. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

[?] I^I^H^^S [?] cape ot Lyons velvet, a tone or two darker, and lined with white Batin. A neat little leather truck was sent to Paris lodgings, the changes of garment following it. Mrs. Sellia did not neglect a morning rohe of a dainty rose-hued cashmere, a pair of dressing sacques, and a case of perfumery. She told Rose no one else would have made the money go so iar. Then she sent; Mary to help her pack her things properly. Meanwhile, Sir Victor got his mar riage license, and allowed himself to drift joyfully with the new current of events. The face of Rose was wreathed in smiles, and she overflowed with joy and gratitude, thanks, promises, caresses. She had been far too astate to tell Mrs. Sellia her lover's name, lest some un guarded repetition of it might defeat their plan. 1 Sir Victor bought Rose a lovely dress ing case, a, charming watch, and an engagement-ring with a diamond. He also gave Mary Sellis a bracelet. And so, Monday came, and at eleven o'clock, in old St. Fancra...

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TOONGABBIE. Progress. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

TOONGABBIE. Progress The Progress Association held .their monthly meeting 'on ^Wednesday, 7th inst. Present, Mr Knox (Vioe president) in the chair, Messrs Winmot, Bell, Hammer, Natter, Johns, Birk, and Colbert. Apolosibs were received from the President, and Mr, Bean. Correspondence was read and received. A deputation Jo aot with Seven Bills, and Banlkham Hills deputation wfta appointed to wait on the member for Sherbrooke, and the FostmaBter..Gen eral, about 'Penny Td-«^ite-''On1 Railway, CommisBioners about a late train in Wednesday night. - Grants in aid of ropjl for^tiqn»WWPrl^-»;

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Social and Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Social and Concert. The annual Social and Concert in connection with the Guildford Presby terian Church was held on Wednesday, 7th inst., at Linnwood Hall Rev. R. Jackson presided. Tea and cake was provided. The attendance was large. Among those present were : The Mayor of Prospect and Sborwood(Alderman W. Noller), A. Perdue, W. Fyffe, W. Weeks, nnd several ladies, including Mrs. J. B. Brown, Mrs. A. Jackson and Mrs. Bursill. mter tea came an enjoyauio vonceri,. The Rev. R. Jackson occupied ten minutes with an address, concluding with a review of the progress made. The next item was a chorus ' Budding Aspirations ' by the scholars ; duet by Miss McCrsdie and Mr. T. McCredie ; Racitation, 'The Palace Car,' Mr. S. Jones; quartette,' Come yedisconsolate,' Misses McCredie. and M. J. Davidson Mr. McCrae and Mr. Gleadall ; song, ? Midnight Bells,' Mrs. Flowers ; Duet, ' Huntingdon Tower,' Miss Davidson and Mr. Ewing. This duet was deservedlv encored, and tbe last verse ?was repeated. The ...

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THE "MARTIN" BENEFIT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

THE 'MARTIN' BENEFIT CONCERT. The Committee of the above met on Wed nesday night last In the No. 1 T. F. Station, Captain Mills presiding. It was decided that tile concert and danoe should come off the first week in September. The committee have some of the best talent in the distnet to choose from, and are only waiting for an answer now from members of the Old Oak lodge of Druids, Balmaln,— whom many of the townsfolk have had the pleasure of hearing before,— before drawing np the programme. The meeting was adjourned to Monday evening.

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RAILWAY SALES, [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

RAILWAY SALES, Mr. E. Golsby, an auctioneer, who recently came to Parramatta from ont west, is having a requisition to the Railway Commissioners, drawn up, asking for permission to hold auction Bales of prodnce in the goods yards at the railway station similar to those held at Darling Harbour and at Bourke. We under stand the other auctioneers are joining in the move.

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THE "QUEEN OF THE EARTH" MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

THE 'QUEEN OF THE EARTi:' MINE. From a private letter re ?? Fred Westoi 'e ' mines. West Australia, we take the folio ing extract :— A representative of French ca tal has inspected the ' Queen of the Earth ' with a view to purchase, but wants to see the stone at 40 to 60 feet before making an offer, so miners are now sinking on the reef, and also on the two leases, Nos. 8 aud 9 north, and so far the stone shows good gold. The directors wired last week, urging that Macgregor and Weston with competent help, go further afield and prospect, while Boxbnrgh remains at the Beef to superintend and negotiate sale.

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EXPOSURE OF SPIRITUALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

EXPOSURE OF SPIRITUALISM. A bumper house greeted the Spook family in the Congregational Hail, Parramatta. The entertainment was in aid of the Leisnre Hour Club, and the promoters have every reason to be gratified at the result of their endeavours. A° selection by the Church orchestra, en titled, ' The reveille,' which was very well rendered, opened the proceedings, and was followed by a song, ' The last watch,' in good style, by Mr. Fairwesther. A piccolo solo, by Mr. E. Williamson, was also well rendered. A song by Mrs. G&inford ' White Wings,' re ceived well-merited applause. A cornet solo by Mr. Leabeater was the next item. Mr. Clarkson, the ' star ' of the evening, came next, with conjuring and some very good sleight-of-hand tricks. A selection by the orchestra finished part 1. Mr. Fairweather sang ' Marguerita ' in good style ; and Mr. Clarkson provoked roars of laughter with his recitations. Mrs. Ooinford scored in 'Aus- tralia '; and~ her husband again caught on with ...

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A NEW BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

A NEW BUSINESS. Mr. W. Littlefield— whose advertisement appears in another column— has opened in Church-street, Parramatta South, as coach builder and painter. No tradesman in his line deserves more support than he ; and we hope for his lasting success.

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PARRAMATTA V. FIRE BRIGADE, No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

PARRAMATTA V. FIRE BRIGADE, No. 1. At the monthly meeting, Captain Mills occu pied the chair, it was decided to oelebrate the annual reunion by a dinner in the station, and a committee was appointed to make arrange ments. A letter of oondolence was ordered to be sent to the widow of the late Thos. Howell. Several accounts were passed for payment, and a letter of thanks was ordered to be sent to Mr. Hetcalfe, for his assistance to the Brigade on the occasion of the late Fireman Martin's funeral.

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SURPRISE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

SUBPEI6E PARTY. A number of the friends of Mr. and Hn E. Oould, of Oowper St., gave the lady ind gentleman named a surprise on Wednei lay night last, and a very happy evening was sp at. Among the raiders were. Mesdames J. Jo ea, S. B. Scandntt, J. Beilly, J. Hart, J. Mai in, W. Horsey, 0. Stone, and A. O'Brien ; Mi ses Edwards, Harrison (2), Dunbar, Eades 2 Walker, Pratt (2), Lambert, Sheridan, Niche Us, Prudames, Dowllng, Lakeman (8) ; Mi aes Scandritt, Miss Hart, Mrs. Harcns,andMei is. S. Scandritt, A. O'Brien, It. Jamieson, J. Sheather, J. Seilly, W. Horsey, Edwards 2 P. Barton, A. Jones, Gough (2), B. Oe es, Fitzgerald (8), A. Pitt, B. Harkus, J. Hart, F. Camper, A. Evan, W. Beilly and C. Stone. Mi L. A. M. Cheasher was secretary of the ' Surpr ie ' movement, and acted as M.C. at the di ice which eventuated. The fun was kept up briskly till 3.46 a.m. on Thursday. A ice supper, discussed after Mrs. Gould had ire pared table for her friends, was thorou| lly appreciated by the atta...

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

PROMOTION. Mr. W. F. A. Laroombe, con of Mr. J. P. Lareombe, of Pennant HilU Boad, Oarllngford, is off to EBperance Bay, W. A., to take-ebarge of Bums, Pbllp't shipping station there. The position means promotion, and Sot as fine a specimen of young manhood as we know; and wo dui votoe me neany -aspirations oi tola nut of the colony, when we w&h our young Mend ion voyage 1 Mr. Taroombe hu ever proved limseli a manly, oourieoui, unselfish fellow. He was best known to the great bulk of the townspeople of Paramatta, at the formany yeara Captain of the Independent Cricket Olnb. le was a bom captain ; and as by his eilent Influence, he was able io give a wholesome tone to any venture isVhloh ha was ensued, the good repute which Mi dub ilway. enjoyed is thurjn «ane measure aocounted or. Heh»soMat«,ffflea »n important post in the Westeyan Obnr(fc-niodr,o7Krr»ma1*a; and from hliittt in their organ loft, he will w missed. If spared, he 1» tonnd to prove uttsna«essiS'his,«iA wont be m...

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A SMALL DEBTS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

A SMALL DEBTS CASE. Messrs. F. W. Edwards, P.M., and B. Har per, J.P., were colled on to settle an interesting Mint in the Small Debts Court, Parramatta. William Warren proceeded against John Macnamara for six months board and lodging for 26 weeks at 10s a week, less paid £2 8s, viz., £10 12s. Complainant deposed that he took defendant in out of ohariry, he having been 'turned out' by hie family, and kept him at his house in O'Oonnell-street (or six months, daring which time he (defendant) paid him as above £2 8s. Defendant pleaded that there had been no express agreement, which was admitted ; also that he had paid complain ant in all £4 14b. The Bench said no express agreement was required, and complainant was entitled to recover on the facto admitted. As so witnesses were called on either side, they advised complainant to accept a verdict for £6 6s, with 6s costs, to which he consented.

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TRAVELLING DESTROYED BEASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

TRAVELLING DESTROYED BEASTS. The Hoard of Health has recently sent out a circular to the various Municipal Councils, on the subject of the travelling of diseased cattle, in which the Secretary of the Board gravely points out that the Board has no power to per mit the travelling of diseased cattle, until they have been destroved (\\ He mMs tW ilia Board ' may order the beasts to be destroyed ; and then permit them to be- travelled to the nearest boiling-down.' Theldeaof a destroyed beast travelling to a boiling-down— or any other place— has tickled not a few aldermen I

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

The Old Australian GtBOCEby House, W. GATES, GEORGE STREET (Neab Church Street), {.Established in 18631, Continues to Supply the Very Best Values in Choice TEAS, FRHSH RGABTBD OOFFBBB, and General Groceries. — — j,. With regard to TEA, a proper knowledge of Tea Values and Tea Blending cannot be gained in the short time may be supposed from the number of Dabblers in that particular article who have recently sprung into existence. Having had OVER A QUARTER OP A CENTURY'S PRACTICE IN TEA BLENDING, I venture to ask A TRIAL of my various Blends and other TEAS at prices within the reach of all at from -/9, 1/-, and upwards. Some of the leading Brands of PACKET TEAS are kept in Stock. Fresh-made BUTTER from the very best Creameries received daily. MAIZE, BRAN, POLLARD, OATS, CHAFF, WHEAT, HAY, STRAW and best Brands of KEROSENE at LOWEST PRICES. IS' Customers Waited on for Orders Weekly. — GROCER, ? J^^G-EOBGE ST., PARBAMATTA.*?^ TAILORING! CASH iWICES TO MEET THE TIMES. Ttufqr and Mercer, ...

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

Please mention . the ' Free Press ' when ordering from ad vertisers whose notices appear therein.

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

(Si!M!JMIe!PM1MM111111M!I!M I «g- IT WON'T TAKE YOU A MOMENT jggm& !? 1 I ^&y$/v/. TO READ THIS ! j/Z ? JBg^fe \ (5) TTAVE you ever l/ed E. J. PERRY Jot Provisions? If not, do so at once. He keeps ^fl^Q^HHH^ fijf \hi II everything you can mention in the provision line, cooked or uncooked, winter or summer, Ub '^^H^^%« * U= [@1 nil the same. It you can't call or send, WRITE A NOTE— it will have the same attention. agJlb^|A. IS I BUTTER, tar instance, is one o! his special lines. Quality and Price cannot be beat. Send for a ^^^SskIEsBs 15 sample pound of his Creamery Butter, or send nerd to the shop for the cart to call. BACON — He SH^^^^ — f= keeps the very best Hand-cured from U 1b. PORK, Fresh and Pickled Dairy fed. This year he is S5*S£a§l ?**?» ' IS getting in from Mr. Bennett's Farm, Caslle Hill, SUCKING PIGS to order. POULTBY of every ^~ [5 description. Fowls, dressed, from 3/- pair. We also dress yonr own poultry, sent for and delivered all ready for the table ...

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

RKVISIOM OF THE TARIFF! 'I -GEEAT REDUCTIONS AT- j FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE KIPPERED HERRINGS \ DIGBY CHICKS FINDON HADDOCKS J 7*D PER TIN. ? ENGLISH JAMB, from 5Jd per tin. SARDINES from Sid. Best Brands Only. Special Attention is directed to the fact that one ot the Largest Stocks in the District is on Sale at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE ; in fact, it is questionable whether any otter House buys as largely FOR CASH— hence tho secret of LOW PRICES AND FRESH GOODS. In addition to the Large Stock on Hand at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE, he has in Bond at the present time, awaiting the Removal of the Duty, a large Shipment of Goods of the Choicest description ; and two other Shipments m route from London. Five (5) Ton of Best OROWN SOAP for Sale at 16s per Cwt. Arnott's Biscuits, from 2id per lb. Arrowroot 4d Alum 3d Baking Powder — Batho's8d; Champion'B, Aunt Mary's, Waugh's, Joe Hart's, Burge's, Soyer's 2/9 per half doz., 5/8 doz. Barley (Pearl) 2$d, or 51bs for 1/ Bloater Paste (...

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Sporting. FOOTBALL. SATURDAY'S MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Sporting. FOOTBALL. SATURDAY'S MATCHES Stanmore Institnto r. King School.— Flayed on Saturday at Parramitta, and von by the former by 11 points to nine. V. Curtin, Juicy, andiPalllck seared tor the institute, ns did Ebawoith tor the school. Mr. A. C. Roberts - was refere*. / 8t.Igna.tiD8 College v. Royal Football Club. — «*oii ity tbo former tr 20 point: to S. For tbe winners Daw (two). Ball, and Fitzpatric scored tries, three of wbicb Breon converted. Manning aud 8avagQ kicked goals from the field.

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

pABRAMATTA PARCELS DELIVERY. ' Oharles Lakeman J Desires to intimate to the Public that his Vans meet every Train coming into Parramatta, and ! he is prepared to undertake to Deliver Parcels to all parts of the Town and District by Con- ) tract or otherwise. \ ?,' Furniture Removed by Careful Hands. '| Horses and Drays on Hire by the Day or Hoar. 1 Agent for Wright, Beaton and Do. I Nora the Address— I 6HAKLES LAKEMAN, I Jrtmignt down from the Railway sffudh. * 1 fTUST LOOK! I SUITS MADE TO OEDEE ' ] FEOM £8/10/-. J TROUSERS MADE TO 1 OKDEE raou 16/-. I ALL GOODS WELL 1 SHRUNK. I SATISFACTION ' 1 GUARANTEED. I /ft I Please Note the Address :-J * I GEORGE CURTIS, 1 CHURCH STREET, PABBAMATTA ? (Opposite W. Metcalfe, Undertaker). ? G-eorge Hill, H THE WELL-KNOWN, OLD-ESTABLISHED ? TAILOR, ? CHURCH-ST., PABBAMATTA NOBTH, ' ? . fl Has in Btook fl A splendid selection of Tweeds, Serges, Cloths, 'I Diagonals and Coatings, jnst the thing for wk this season at the year. fl| ' A good St and a...

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

FOB A BEEAKFA8T BELISH, .-. V - TBfpBB V CORN MEAL BREAD WHEAT MEAL BBEAD, The two Beit Things in Bread that have been offered in Parramatta. DELIVBSBD EVSBYWHEBE. ? Machi ne Bread Factory, ;^ Chinch Bt, PWmmAttft,

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