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Temperance; and Intemperance. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Temperance; and Intemperance. Mb. W. D. Shith writes to us this week again ; and we catch it, as did the member for Parramatta last week. Mr. Smith proves to bis own satisfaction doubtless, several things, as to our work in the community, and as the com munity's alleged want of common sense at the last election. Either Mr. Smith s point m writing atfirst was that Parramatta had made a mistake in returning Mr. 0'Reilj.y as against Mr. Taylob ; or Mr. Smith had no call to rash into print at all. Now, Mr. Smith having condemned Mr. O'Reilly, those interested in following up the arguments of prominent men might ask : What about the alternative course of the Parramatta electors might have taken — what about Mr. Taylor's attitude (pre sumedly more satisfactory to Mr. Surra than Mr. O'Beilly's) upon the Drink question ? As we cannot accept the idea that Mr. Smith wishes merely to advertise himself cheaply, and in good time, in case he has to run some one for a Parliamentary Boat in the nea...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES. with praiseworthy enterprise the committee of the Parramatta* School of Arts completed arrangements last month for a series of winter lectures by Professor Jose, of Sydney Uni versity. Therventure committed the institution to a somewhat serious financial responsibility; but it is satisfactory to learn that the confi dence of the committee in the intellectuality of Parramatta residents has been amply justified. The secretary (Mr. J. W. Hill), who entered into the effort con amove, is to be congratulated on the result of his efforts ; and on the fact that the experiment has proved at least pecuniarily successful. The lecture on 6th instant — the opening oneof the series— hod, by force of cir cumstances, to be delivered in the class-room, instead at in tne publio hall, as intended. The room was crowded to the doors. The Ten. Archdeacon Qonlher per formed the nominal duties of chairman ; and unongut others present were : Rev. Dr. Harris, Rev. Brother Claud...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Salvation Anny at Fairfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

The Salvation Army at Fairfleld. The officers and soldiers of that, portion of the Salvation Army stationed at Liverpool have resolved to extend their field of labour to Fairfisld. Mrs. Davis, Mrs.'; Hazelwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Jeffries are local members of the army ; and perhaps prompted the under taking. At all events, they intend holding a series of meetings every Thursday night. They may do good ?work in Fairfield. Ensign Garner opened the former meetings on Thurs day, Sergeant Major Campbell conduct ing the proceedings. Go ahead Salva tion Army 1 a great many men who are brave enough to lead a ' forlorn hope ' might not have the courage to go down on their knees in the street and offer prayer.

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

Looal and General. /S^THE COLD SEASON.^, prepare yourselves for the cold feason, by getting In the house Virtue's well-known Irish Moss, which will cure all kinds of colds, and set you tip for the winter. To bo obtained only from W. L. Fye, chemist and druggist (late R.W. Virtue), Church-st.'

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

Approaching Meetings. The concert organised on behalf of the cricket club has been postponed till the following week.

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The Weather, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

The Weather, Etc. The farmers and fruitgrowers in our district are anxiously looking for rain. The weather is already commencing to get wann ; and yet the ground ie quite dry ; and the grass and herbage are all parched. The lesson is one showing how advantageous it would be if irrigation were generally resorted to. The hail-storm that fell early in the year did snch harm in some cases that a gloom has seemed to be settling on tbe district ever since ; but stilll many of our residents are taking hope and looking ahead. Tbe late Folibcai fight. The good polling to which Mr. B. O'Conor was able to point in Smitbfield is an indication of the popularity of our strapping young native-born politician ; and, voters say, might also be taken by the Hon. Jacob Garrard as a warning that his constituents hope that they will not be altogether forgotten, however heavily his Ministerial duties may press.

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A Policy for Producers. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

A Policy for Producers. TO THE EDITOR. brn, — Uwing partly to tbe love of justice for its own sake not being sufficiently developed in our midst, but owing more to the genera) imperfect public grasp of the question, we, as a people, axe not prepared to carry out a just land policy. We— let us say it with shame — we are not prepared to secure to the indi vidual the full value which he creates hy his labour and enterprise, and to secure to tile community for public purposes the value which the presence of the community attaches to land. Consequently we impose upon our producers double taxation to private indi viduals for the right to use the land. Whether that tribute to private landowners is paid annually as rent, or is capitalized in purchase money, the effect npon the producer is none the less injurious. Our disregard of justice causes land to be kept idle which might afford employment to all our unc-nployed, and con vert our ever-recurring and ever-intensifying depressions into on...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ryde Electorate. RYDE. Banquet to Mr. E. Terry. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Hyde Electorate. RYDE. Banquet to Mr. E. Terry. On Friday night last, at GladesviUe, a ban quet was tendered to Mr. Edward Terry by his supporters in the Byde electorate. About 100 persons fiat down to a very credit able spread prepared by Mrs. T. Hill. The Dondns Band was present, and enlivened the proceedings oy some lively music. The chair was occupied by Alderman J. G. North, of Hyde, and the guest of the evening sat on his right. Amongst those present were : The Hon. L. F. Heydon, M.L.C., Mr. J. Haynes, M.L.A., Mr. Claude Manning, Mr. O. inompson, Mr. i. turner (mayor oi Hunter s Hill), Aldermen Franks, Jenkins, and others, also ex-Ifayor Iiovell. me loyai wasis naving Deen duly Honored, ei-Mayor Lovell proposed ' The Parliament.' Mr. Heydou and Mr. Haynes replied for respectively the Legislative Council and the Assembly. The Chairman proposed ' Our Guest,' and the toast was supported by ex-Mayor Lovell and Mr. Haynes — the former speaking from a local point of view, and the la...

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

Death. The death of Miss Annie Hayes (of the Sydney Boad) this week, called forth oonBidernble sympathy with: the family, who are among -the' -oldest residents in Bookrroou. Miss Haves, who was only a .young woman, Sad been for many years » sufferer from ijobsojnptdon. : Her- remains were' in ?*ktt& h tie B.0- portion of f th? ^0£$4&h---Z-:^^ '7- -.:?'???: i %? ~-'::- cemetery — by the side of her brother Con. on Tuesday last, in the presence of a large concourse of friends. Bev. Father O'Beilly officiated.

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

Borough Tenders. At Wodneaclfty'B Connoil meeting the tenders for printing and stationery were referred to the Finance Committee for comparison. There were 15 tenders for Eingsland Boad work, and those aooepted were— T. Dealy at fls 6d per chain, motion 1 ; B. Bobertson at 8e 6d per chain, section 2 ; T. Dealy, jnnr., at 8s 6d, per ohain, section 8 : J. Egan at 2s Od per chain! section 4. There were eight tenders for oarfing, and after a little disonaaion, it was decided to let' J. Drew and J. Boyd draw lots ; J. Boyd finally getting it at 7b per day: Four tenders were received for aupply of blue metal; and that of McNab was' accepted at 7b 6drjer yard. \

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

i&' * /Q/ s^L^Ht^LW ' 'Ti« not in mortals to command success. gfc* /-t«M ?K^V Bet we'll do better, Seinpronius — we'll fl - / '? .'^HEI^B ? deserve It.' / v' ? ^jjfl^^Bk. Latest Novelties in High i-: , S^^^^K^^MJ^^BKKbL ^ -karge Stock of Spectacles ?''' g^^^|^BiMi^^H^HR & Byeglasses to select ' ^^^^^^H ' '^^^I^B from. ,~ ^j^^^Blj^^E^F f/J MAXIMUM VALUE. 'C ^flH^HP^^jl MINIMUM COST. ^2x THE LEADING WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, Goldsmith's Hall, Parramatta. |; I Mr. Wm. BENNETT, P § Surgical & Mechanical f\ |. ?? DENTIST ???! L. g Church Street, Parramatta. | t y?A — m\ R § GssAdministered Daily. / \ § Horas : 9 a.m. to S p-nu | !&r. 6OOOGOO0OOOOOOO©©©

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Encounter with a Bullock. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Encounter -with a Bollock. Severe injuries were received at the Flemington saleyarcts on Monday by a man named Isaac Oreasey, a butcher, 60 years of age, residing at Gordon Street, ftalmain. Creasey vras engaged in the early part of the afternoon, and after the sale, drafting Bome bullocks from a small yard to a larger one. He had opened one gate, and passed down the passage to open the other, when a bullock rushed him and tossed him up, the unfortunate man falling on his head. He was .unconscious for a little time, and was removed to the Western Suburbs Cottage Hospital. Here be was admitted by Dr. Blaxland, and it was found that he hod received injuries to the head, Bhoulder, and ribs on tbe leftside. The want of a public hall for meetings, entertainments, &c, is badly felt in Rookwood. A runaway horse, belonging to Mr Mark Andrews made a straight bolt down John Street, Bookwood, for tbe closed railway gates, on Monday after noon. A smash was averted by tbe agility of a yo...

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

The Wreck. The wreck of the China steamship, -. Catterthun, brirjgs home to us once more the need there is for some .;.- provision to compel the masters of our -?;: . passenger boats to keep a safer distance than thev do at present, from the coast. p£7?-iriien journeying from port to port. 1Ev3' 'Who cannot recall a dozen similar ^fv' ?.disasters, which have, to the landsman's jpSjA 'ideas, been caused simply through the Igfvj 'desire of the steam-boat people to shave pT - ' '? .off corners. We do not know at present Wjt : Whether the loss of the Catterthun, and Hp--: :?tt»e loss of the many valuable lives pip : .? which .were sacrificed when sho went Eg?. ?, down, are to be. credited to this simple Mv- -cause, of having ' kept ' too close to the Kgjp; ?'. shore. That the steam-boat was too pfe;, close requires no demonstration: ^p'' 'there is just the chance that currents life; ; and heavy seas may have set her over gfipJlV coastward, to a rnucn greater extent IP -;h^ than the offi...

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

Hh Births, Marriages & Deaths. ?cc- ? _ — [E? Prepaid Advertisements under these headings ffif 24 words, 1/- ; over 24 words, 2/- each H|_ insertion. ? «jjjh DEATH. HPC- BTEWABT.— July 16, 1895, at BalfouMtreet, ^E§£^ JLjMnoeston {Tasmania), Mary Anxf/tnict jBEf An/&e late George Nixon StewarUn be Rk-- ^Oved sister of Mrs. W. McLaren/ Aird iBfe' y street, Paramatta. Aged 68 years. HHb the Bi Grnnbttlanii Jrw firm. K;, SATUBDAT, AUGUST 17, 1895.

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

Mr. Golsby auctions horses vehicles and wmdries today, flee «4rt,

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

Boots i Jdoots i i jjoots i i i THE 0ELEBBATED BOOTS J\ & SHOES ran EASE AND C0MF0BT. 6¥z. ~ # / /WEAB UNEQUALLED/ *^ ' ONE TRIAL WILL PBOVE THE FACT. A LARGE ASSORTMENT at LOWEST PRICES, of Children's, Ladies', and specially Gentlemen's Goods, of the Best Continental Makers, always kept at H. R. BARRY'S, Off. POST OFFICE, PARRAMATTA. ?M-OTICE OT REMOVAL. DWW. B. BBOWN is removing ffiftni&ac- qnune/street to ' Brislington ' GeotWstreet, (life residence of Dr. Walter Brown/and will an patients there after the 22nd ins* Wanted, To Let, &o. DO not BELAI, hut COME te^MASON'S yf&BLX BEffiNANT 8AU2. No/frafl. TJ1OB SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED. Sugar Go's. High-class Manures, Bone Dust, Crushed* Oats and Corn, Seed Bariey, Crushed kuuf^^rekshire Hero Peas, SeesUJMoat, Blue BoiXng Peas, Sorghum and PlAnjwirs fFriend, Also, quantity Empty Oases and Casks. J. E. KELLY, Parramatta. Ijimsrt-CLASS Young Milch COW/ and J-%PBINGEBS for sale oheap./Mjply to R. V anjilS, ...

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HAVELOCK JUVENILE TEMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

HAVELOOK JUVENILE TEMPLE. . The above temple met in the Congregational schoolroom on Friday evening hut. Bro. Woods, O.T., presided. Bister Goodin was again superintendent pro. tan. Presentations of books were made to Bro. Ben Smith and Sister Ethel Woods (or proposing most candi dates daring the quarter— the donor being Bro. John Piokering. The latter reoelved a vote of thanks.

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HAPPY THOUGHT LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

HAPPY THOUGHT LODGE. Important business was transacted at the weekly meeting on Wednesday. Bro. Hall, C.T., presided. The Evening Star lodge in vited the members to an official visit on Monday. The invitation was accepted. Re ports of secretary, treasurer, finanolaf secretary and librarian were read, and adopted. The ntallation 'oeremony was next performed by Bro. J. Pickering, assisted by Bro. Oatt and SlBter.Martlii. The O.T.-eleot entered npon lis fourth successive term. . He briefly re tnmBd- thanks (or his re-election. The printing of lodge syllabus was left in the hands of the programme eommittee.— Neit Wednes day'o -meeting takes the form o( a « united ETi *$&' -md P'6''8 mi friend «' to be invited.

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

DUBAL. Dry weather, still, is the general cry. Dark clouds arise in the west almost every day, but only to disappoint, as they pass over without pouring their precious contents on our thirsty soil. Tanks are empty, indwells are almost if not altogether dry. What was done in years gone by, will, to all appear ances, have to be done again ; and thus our history will be repeated. We will have to buy casks or email tanks and cart water from Sandy Hollow and be thankful there is a good supply there. It is within the memory of Borne of the old hands that people bad to go as far as Austin's creek, four miles away, but we hope we shall be spared from suoh a drought now. To conserve when the supply is plentiful should be the aim of everyone. The many friends of Mrs. Hawkins will be glad to hear that she is recover ing from the severe attack of La Grippe very accntely experienced last week. Mr. Hams was not the tenant of the building recently destroyed by fire. It was Bince the fire that Mr. ...

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Temperance. EVENING STAB LODGE, I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Temperance. EVENING STAB LODGE, I.O.G.T. The above lodge met as ubuoI on Monday evening, O.T., Bro. Funnell, presiding. Cor respondence was read from the Metropolitan District Lodge and the Havelook Juvenile Temple ; and was received. In the oase of the Utter, it was decided to favourably re ceive a request, made by them, and appoint a committee to work in conjunction with Temple Exeoutive to carry out some kind of entertainment in aid of the funds. It was de cided' to invite the officers and members of the Happy Thongbt lodge to visit at next meeting. A similar request was to be made to the Have look Juvenile Temple during the quarter. ' Surprise Night ' and harmony oonoloded the proceedings.

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