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ERMINGTON & RYDALMERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

EEMINGTON &RTDALHEBE. The usual fortnightly mealing of the above Council was held in the CouncU-ohambers, Bydalmere, on Wednesday evening, there being present : The Mayor (Aid. T. Smith) in the chair; and Aldermen Jenkins, Oowell, Humphries, Byan, and Stevens. iHOOUntO COBBESPOKDKNCE. From Municipal Association, in reply to letter written by the Council, asking inform ation, . stating that the fee to join (£8 8s) would only oover the municipal year In which it was paid ? Received. From President Beecroft Progress Associ ation, re acoesB over the river and water reserve, stating that Mr. Faraell oould not introduoe a deputation to the UnderSecre tory for Works, on 18th instant, but would do so on the 14th inst.— Received. From J. Bogus, re claim against the Council for damages, stating that if the money were not paid within seven days, legal proceedings would be taken.— Received. From J. Bogus, stating that he had received cheque for money churned as damages, but he would not...

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

TTF.T.T. v v 1 1 .T.T5 We have to annonnee this week the death of Mr. J. Nolan of Baulkham Hills on Monday night, the 12th inst. His death will be muoh regretted as he was so well known to all around. He was interred in the Roman Catho lio cemetry, North Rocks, on Wednes day, the 14th ; the funeral was well attended. Mr. Nolan was an old police pensioner. The well-wishers of Mr. John Stranger will be glad to hear that he is so far recovered as to be able to be about again to a certain extent, tho' it is feared he will never have the use of the injured eye. The road to the Show Ground is being considerably widened which will be a great advantage to people going from this end to Castle Hill district.

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

Agencies, Landsales, Bobberies. , . TO THE EDITOB. ' -\ y . ? . _., Sm,— Beferring to your anuue in issi issue of the Fees Pbjess, It has been a matter of some surprise to me that a movement has not been made ere this to oope with the abuses you refer to. An association of lom-fldi agents, formed for the purpose, of protecting clients agsinBt the merciless land-shark, would do muoh to assist in clearing the commercial atmosphere in this district.— Tours faithfully, - J. H. DAYIES. [We have received other correspondence under this head, in whioh readers have been pleased to say complimentary thingB of our ^ effort to assist in clearing the commercial atmosphere. — Eo,] The stone-throwing at Brooks', Boundary street, Parramatta, has again come to the 'surface. The police are reported to have come to the conclusion that the parties complaining know all about the origin of the trouble. At the Parramatta sale yards on Friday eggs fetched Td and 7Jd dot., butter Is Sd lb., pigs 9s to 12s ...

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

Good Land and Good Manure mean Good Crops and Good IB- BankJ5«ianc8sk So use /^ 'X '«. Complet^ertilizers & NaMral Manures, f THEY ARE THE BEST. 1 Snpplied in 1 cwt. or 8 ewt. bags, and {all value allowed on return of empty bags. Write for Price, Pamphlet, &o., to ? ?' The Sydney Meat Preserving Company Works, Hookwood, * 'jMk- or Thorpe & Co., Parramatta, Brokers to the Company. B — ? . — __ ? . ? . ? . m Thorpe's Patent Dog Biscuits and Poultry Food, to be had from Storekeepers. Try them 1 ft pUBHC NOTICE. THE BUSINESS / Late Jordan Sparks, UNDERTAKER, WILL BE CAEMED ON AS FORMERLY ' BY HIS WIDOW, UNDER EXFERI- . ENCED MANAGEMENT. ( Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. Mrs. Jordan Sparks. ] /^William Harris, / ; ^WHEELWRIGHT A BLACKBljFgA , \ Begs to inform his Customers that be hu re moved to the premises lately occupied by W. Bewick, CHCRCH STBEET,'PABHAMATTA. All work done Cheaply FOB CASH. Horses Shod, to pet Set. ? ' a, want auppunp. // -CaU and...

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

iSp^rV. ?? ? ?-? -?? - J- ? E:- r' '-???- ,.'- :? - Amusements, - Etc p ^; x- -i — .,??.: ? ? :;~' .-= ? .- — . ? ??I'- -' V.' P ffA * x TT '' ' C O N C E K T. !: ' : 1 The flretof lie series will be Riven in the . /???.- , ' PABBAMATTA TOWN BALL, TO-NIGHT, V ??:..?'?;- *t 8 o'clock. Admission-Hall, 6d ; Gallery, #?:. : .;. ?' Is i Children, Hall-price. s-*-. sis, ..-' y. ' A thoroughlyJenjoyable programme has been. LL -'- .-.'. . . prepared. //« ? 17/ r--v' ?..--? . v-riaHi -- - F-T^- Hn^r^ ,-;-;? .'. ??-. /?Byjj D ^ - .V *.. H°»;&ji/ L.- i t T iTTLEFOLKS ' PLAIN & FANCY I ' ' Jj DBBSS BALL. | ??'-?-? 'MASONIC HALL, PABBAMATTA, ¥'? -?? WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. I ?- IPs.C.— Messr/ Marsden, Neich, Bennett,-fnd Z^T,, Benson. . Sj/T Oommi«6^-Ssdun'eB Allen, Hack, Jfersden, , .. anyNeich ; Misses Benson, Neich, and i Tanks ; Messrs. Allen, Bennett, BenBon, I Hinton, Marsden, and Neich. '; ? , TICKETS can be had from leading trades people— Single, 2s ; Donble, 3s ; Guardians...

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ALLEGED DISCOVERY OF GOLD AT PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

ALLEGED DISCOVERY OF 1 GOLD AT PABBAMATTA. IMr. Pittman, the Government Geologist, has forwarded to the Minister (or Mines a report on an alleged disoovery of gold at Parramatta. Mr. Pittman expresses grave doubts abont the reported discovery, though he mentions that as early as 1860 the late Bev. W. B. Clarke pointed oat that the Btandstone and eonglomo rates of the Hawkesbury series contained gold in minute Quantities. - ^BkBtassoKHljixBBUge had oIbo reed a paper lasrSear before thoEoyal Society, giving the resultsvof a lumber of essays of the Hawkesbury sandsjrtfes. It ap pears that traces of gold exjaraf fine partioles disseminated throughou&'uie sWidstone, but concentrated in thejonn of aunferous reefs. Mr. Mingaye, assayer to the department, had reported to JfrfTittman that he had Inspected the localj^of the alleged disoovery. \j3peol meng-0fihe rock ooosist of micaeeous\nnd stene of the Hawkesbury series, and no rsefs mariable. (The prospootors refuse to disclose the ...

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CENTRAL HALL BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

CENTRAL HALL BAND OF HOPE. The usual monthly meeting was held on Wednesday last, when, instead of the ordinary programme of recitations, etc., a magic lantern entertainment was given. Views of Sydney, the Blue Mountains, etc., were amongst those shewn.

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

PARRAMATTA LANCERS. .The following members of the above have been promoted ; and were gazetted in General Orders of Thursday last : Sergeant C. Lamb to be Sergeant-Major ; Corporal Mackenzie to be Sergeant ; Trooper Waugh to be Corporal ; -and Trooper Bon-ell to be Corporal. Examin ations (or further promotions are to be held shortly. Trumpeter Brown, we are sorry to see, has resigned. A special parade is to be held in the Park th-s afternoon, at 8 o'clock,

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Y.W.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Y.W.C.A. The annual meeting of the Toung Women's Christian Association, Parramatta Branch, will be held in St John's Schoolroom on Mon day, August 26. Mrs. O'BeiUy will preside, and the following ladies will take part :— Hiss Reynolds, the World's Y.W.C.A. Secretary (from London) ; Miss Booth, Secretary of Victorian Y.W.C.A. ; Mrs. Doyle, Vicepresi dent of Parramatta Y.W.CJL Musical selec tions will also be given by Mrs. Massey, Mrs. Gatnford, Mrs. Pearoe, and Mrs. Wilson.

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R. C. CHURCH CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

B. 0. CHURCH CELEBRATION. Thursday last (16th. August) being, in the Roman Oatholio Calendar, the Feant of the Assumption was duly observed in the R. C. Churches hereabouts. There were three servioes at St Patrick's Church, Parramatta, and in accordanoe with the custom in the areh diooese, a number of children (in all about 4-9) received their first oommunion.

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

QUEENSLAND ORANGES. The Autlraiian Field says : ' The orange growers of Maryborough are determined to keep up the good reputation of their fruit in the southern markets. They complain very much of the rough usage their cases receive on the ships and of the way in which their oranges are disposed of by the Melbourne agents. There has been the ntmost care in packing and branding and a great demand for their fruit ; but the profits have been small owing to these causes. Other orange dis tricts are competing with Maryborough, for the premier place in the fruit market. Roma oranges axe gaining wide repute, and nt the citron fair Held m Bnsoane mere were speci mens of fruit equal to any produced in the colony — oranges, lemons, oitrons, aud man darkiB of all varieties in abundance. Prizes were given for some of the older sorts, like the St. Michael and Valencia, but there were Beveral new kinds that obtained awards which have yet to make a name. The mandarin called the Beauty of Glen Betr...

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ST. JOHN'S, PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

ST. JOHN'S, PARRAMATTA. Special services were held in St. John's, Parramatta, on Sunday. In the morning Archdeaoon Gnnther preached, and in the evening the Bev. B. Book. In the afternoon Mr. O. A. Walsh, secretary of the Church Missionary Association, delivered an address to the parents and children of the parish; and also gave an address at a meeting in the evening on ' Some Aspects of Missionary Work.' Archdeacon Gunther based his address on the words, ' I will place Salvation in Zion for Israel my glory,' ' This Gospel of the kingdom must be preached in all the world for a witness among all the nations.' He argued that Christianity was a religion for universal man, and in fall harmony with his intellectual, emotional, social, and moral UMU1Q. MU UiniMUiU l|UnUUU 113 UUH|IWiUUIk to all if they carefully examined the foots of history. Instances of its power in different lands were given. Man might hinder but could sot prevent the progress of Christian truth. Out off one head, and h...

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"THE BETTER WAY." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

' THE BETTER WAY.' Beoenuy a visit was pud to Parramatta by a lady who combined with her efforts to push the pamphlet bearing the above title an aim to sow the first seeds of Truth in opnneotlbn with Social Ethics, To the deeply-read student, the latter term might oonvey muoh: to the every lay worker it is necessary to explain that the desire of the lady referred to and her fellow workers, is to awaken pnotieal interest in a subject whioh though viewed with a sort of Buspiolous dread by our more delicate and prudish men and women, is beooming more and more a real and fascinating one— and we might almost say more and more a pure one— to the thoughtful .and; the courageous, the lovers of. their kind. The Australian Society lor Social Ethics (with the motto, ' Let there le tight) tackles boldly, y»t with a sort of holy modesty, the vast question of .the . relation of the sexes; but tacklee it with the viemif ring ing out the false and ringing in the true. The Social Ethlos folk hope to...

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SATURDAY NIGHT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

SATURDAY NIGHT CONCERT. Particulars are given in another column of the first Saturday night Concert to be held this evening in Parramatta Town Hall. -

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THE "LITTLE FOLKS" BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

THE 'LITTLE FOLKS'' BALL. The great social function of next week will be The Little Folks' Ball at the Masonic Hall, on the 21st inst (Wednesday). It is to be hoped the affair will prove a gigantic Buccess ; and if the character of the promoters' efforts mean anything, it will. Dancins eommenoes at 7 JO p.m. : Prices of tickets are— single, 2s, double, 8s, guardians, Is. No adults will be allowed to dance with children in children's dances — a wise provision. We wish the Little Folks the best of luck at their Boll.

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TRIBUTE TO A DEPARTED COMRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

TRIBUTE TO A DEPARTED COMRADE. The police on the Parramatta station have subscribed for a memento of their Association with the late Sergeant Bobertson— which will be placed on the deceased's officer's grave, in the Presbyterian Cemetery. Bookwood. The memento takes the form of an artificial (porce lain) wreath of immortelles, roses, ferns, etc., on a bed of moss, enolosing a Bmall Blab of marble, bearing the inscription ' In loving memory of Sergeant James Bobertson, died 3rd August, 1895 ; aged 48 years. A tribute from his comrades of the Parramatta Police Force.' The whole is under cover of a stout glass shade; and will be deposited on the grave by representatives of the force at an early date. Mr. Austin takes^commendablo interest in Band of Hope work at Thornleigh. The Parramatta Park Trust on Wodnesday agreed to accept from Mr. Bishop, lessee of Park House (whose tenancy is expiring), certain improvements in lien of arrears of rent and taxes. Mr. Corolan, lately of Castle Hill...

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Off to West Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 17 August 1895

Off to West Australia Mr. Q. Oshom and Mr. Theodore Pollard (son of Mr. T. Pollard, of Thornleigh) were to start for Coolgardie last week.

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

BEECB0FT. The pretty little village of Beeoroft was quite en fete on the 8rd inst., the occasion being the opening of the ' Kennedya,' a private tennis club, by the president, Mr. H. Perdrian, who some time ago kindly placed at the dis posal of the committee a portion of his pounds in whioh the courts have since been made. Their position is an ad mirable one, as itoompiands a fine view of the surrounding district. At three o'clock tile courts ware proclaimed opened in an appropriate little speech by Mr. Perdriau, amidst the cheers of the visitors, who numbered about 60. The scene was then a most animated one, and the ladies of the committee, all in their club colors (violet and white), were busy dispensing afternoon tea. The setting sun disappeared all too quiokly for the players, and a most en oyable afternoon drew to a close amidst the he*rty, gooo. wi«hag ol all promt.

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

Baces. A couple of our horse race fanciers had a trip to Byde lately for their furious riding last Saturday fortnight.

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

Public School. Repairs and additions to the Thorn leigh Publio School have been com menced.

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