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SEVEN HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

; ' SEVEN HILLS., ' Sbme author;' not personally known to the writer, has stated in a book that those places *' where doctors foot it, and where famiera .ride,' ' carry ' all the Indications of happiness and prosperity. We go one 'letter than this, as we have no doctors and we have no pubs, so that we ought to be, and we are, a very healthy people. With early rising, hard graft, and no fusel oil, it is little * surprising that there is no such thing as 'liver,' or ricketty nerves, or neuralgia, or insomnia, or any other fashionable complaint.- Still we must cave in to influenza ; and some of bur people have been touched thereby, and in a few cases, have felt after effects come upon them. Mr. Samuel Beeheg had a sharp attack of quinsy recently, resulting from a former attack of in fluenz&iand was so seriousbf' ill, thht Dr. Kearney had to be summoned from Parramatta. The doctor gave the sufferer immediate relief and so set him up, that it is pleasing to see Mr. Beehag again k...

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning. THE PRINCESS OF POETESSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. THE PBINCESS OF POETESSES. An interesting address on the poetess, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, was de livered to a small but appreciative audience (consisting chiefly of ladies) by Bev. Dr. Harris, in the large hall, of the School of Arts, Parramatta, last Friday evening. The President of tho Institution (Mr. W. W. Boden ham) occupied the chair ; and amongst other members and friends present were : Judge Docker, Bev. P. J. Stephen, Messrs. Dryhurst, Dare, Todhunter, Spier, and Hill. Dr. Harrisd welt with feelings and interest on the high spirit and Bublime teachings of the poetess — her enforce ment of the doctrine of ' the divinity of common things ' and the dual nature of the world ; showing that her object, as she felt, was to apply the highest ethical teachings to the care of the social ills of life. Her happy and studious childhood ; the care bestowed on her tuition by her father, and her affectionate appreciation of suoh care ; her earlier poetic eff...

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CARRINGTON TENT, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

CARRINGTON TENT, I.O.R. The above tent met as usual on Tuesday week, in the School of Arts, Parramatta. : The Chief Ruler (Bro. Drammond) occupied the chair. Correspondence wqs read from the Medioal Institute, and a siok member, | declaring on the sick fund. A matter con cerning the tent and the Medioal offioers was referred to the tent representative. The pro posed presentation to ine Rev. Dr. Harris was spoken of ; and the secretary was instructed to ascertain the date of Bro. Harris's departure for England. Probate has been granted in the .following 1 local estates Andrew Fayten, £12,500 ; Ann { Taylor (Liverpool), £4,000 ; E. J. Cardinal (admin.) £800 ; R. Bowennan (admtn.) #80. i Mr. E. K. Bowden was prootor in eaoh estate. I Granville Royal F.C. beat Ormonde by nine points to three, It is said that a Dramatic Sooiety is to be established in Parramatta North. Complaints are made by residents of Gran ville north of the practices indulges In by a band of larrikiniftio ' talent ' ...

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Benefit Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

Benefit Conoert. Ti. The Saturday night eohoerta, in aid of the poor and distressed of the town, were inaugurated last Saturday, 17th inatant ; bat tbe attendance at the first of the series was not promising. In tbe ball and gallery were about 100 persons, including Mr. DowelTO'Beilly, M.L.A., Mr. C. J. Byrnes (Mayor), and a few other prominent townsmen. The musical part of the business of the evening had been left in the bands of Mr. Massey, wno arranged a uuriy interesting programme, as under : — Piano duet, Messrs. A. & E. Massey; Song, ' The Garonne,' Mr. W. H. Eairweather; song, 'The song that reached my heart,' Miss Doyle ; song, 'The silver cup,' Mr. W. Burkitt ; solo ('cello), Mr. A. H. Bunting ; song, ?' Bid me to love,' Mr. A. Billiard ; trio, (Guitar & Mandolin) Miss Ceasie Smith & Messrs. Smith Ic Burgess ; piano duet, Messrs. A. & E. Massey; trio, 'The tickling,' Messrs. Fairweather, Proud lock, & E. Massey ; song, ' The old, old ...

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Factory Legislation. Rev. Dr. Harris on its need in N S. Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

Factory Legislation. Bev. Dr. Harris on its need in N S. Wales. During bis address on the life and work of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, delivered at the Parramatta School of Arts pn Friday evening, Bev. Dr. Harris emphasised the attention bestowed by that gifted poetess on sooial reforms — especially in regard to child-industrial life. The rev. gentleman, in a pardon able degression, Baid that he could not but dwell for a moment on this ? u ? ? ? i - — . 1..J1 which be regretted to say, had not even kept pace with England in factory legislation. ' Our country,' he said, ' is far behind what it should be in dealing with factory children. 1 am told that there are many thousand ohildren — yes, girls — working under conditions extremely prejudical to health — health of body and mind ; that in very many cases there is neither care for ventilation and sanitation, nor any oversight whatever ; that they are crowded together terribly; that the hours of work are exoessive ; and the pay must be...

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Parramatta Gleaners' Union. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

Parramatta Gleaners' Union. ANNUAL MEETING. The third annual meeting of St. John's Par ramatta branch of the Gleaners' Union (an organisation connected with the C.M. Associa tion) was held on Friday. Rev. B. Rook ooou pied Che ohair, in the absence of Arohdeaoon Gunther. There was a very large attendanoe. The room had been nicely decorated by the Gleaners. Over the platform was the motto, in blue and gold, ' Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel,' and beneath the word ' China,' in gold on red cloth, was the text in black and gold, 'Being dead yet Bpeaketh.' Sprays of fern, wattle, nolly, eto., surrounded and added to the effect. The names of the countries in which representatives of the C.M. Association are labouring were exhibited, as also were various missionary maps, diagrams, and mottoes. The chairman explained that the Ven. Archdeaoon Gunther was engaged in opening a church at Hyde Park, Rookwood, that evening; but hoped to be with them later. Miss M. Harper, secretary...

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RYDALMERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

EYBALVEBE, ' (FfiOM our Correspondent.) On Thursday evening last tbe Local Lodge of Druids, the 41 Laurel,' had a most successful concert and social — successful, that is to say, from tbe point of view of the audience. But not from the promoters' side, for the hall was only about half full. The shower about an hour before tbe opening is Diamea ior waf. xnere were several old favourites from Parramatta, including Mr. W&lford, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Pearce, Mr. Spier and Mr, West. Mies Bucha nan, Miss Bessie Buchanan, Miss Ed wards, Mrs. Green and Mrs. Pike (Sydney) also pleasingly contributed to the programme. Messrs. Steber and Price were accompanists. At the con clusion of the concert the chairman (Bro. E. Swane) acknowledged the services of the ladies and gentlemen named. Bro. N. Kirby acted as stage manager. The hall was afterwards cleared for dancing; in which some thirty couples participated till about I a.m. Bro. Humphreys acted as M. C. and Mr. Grace as pianist. Bain is very...

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HORNSBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

H0BKSB7. A public meetingjwas held in Mr. Wilde's Hall (Hornsby post-office) on Thursday to consider a communication from the Railway Commissioners rela tive to the long delayed station at Hornsby. Mr. W. Dufify presided ; and there were also present Mr. Norman Selfe. Mr. Vernon junior, Mr. H. Car penter, and Messrs. W» G. and J. Leek, Mr. Craig, Mr. Youngman, Mr. Tangs, Mr. J. Lipscombe, Mr. W. Walker, and Mr. Edgar Osborne. Mr. Norman Selfe chairman of former meetings, reported that £80 had been collected, which he had paid to the Commissioners, who h&d approved of the construction of plat- 1 forms, leaving the buildings until the i balance of the subscriptions required . were handed in. It was resolved to ' thank tbe Commissioners for altering 1 the name of the station at Hornsby Junction, and to suggest that as the new platform would be in the centre of Hornsby proper, the name should be simply called ' Hornsby.' It was also resolved that the inhabitants would clear the ...

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DURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

BUBAL. [ We bad a beautiful shower of rain on Tuesday evening, and, although nut a drop compared with what is required, it did much good in the way of freshen ing the citrus trees, and the crops. ( Another old resident, Thomas Drives, is added to the list of the departed. iThe deceased had lived with, and wcrked for Mr. Hunt for pretty well SO years. For some years past he has been (un able to work. Nevertheless he htjd a comfortable home provided bim byt. his employer. Of late he grew so fffible and ill that it became necessary to| re move him to the hospital, where he died. He was 84 years old. j — , — ? ? ? t | Notwithstanding the dry seaso^i, a | resident of the district managed to grow a decent crop of oats. It became a ' temptation to a man living somewnw in tne direction of Rouse Hill. I Whether tbe second man disregarded the commandment, or believes in the ' equal distribution of wealth, is not i known. He however, proceeded to ap priate part of the crop, and while in the ac...

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NEWS FOR VINE-GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

NEWS FOR VINE-GROWERS. A Government proclamation dissolves the old Vine Diseases Board. Rates owing for *95 need not be paid ; those owing for '94 will be coUlected.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

rriERDEBS wanted lor 100 8n^iM«r / V*' J./Mod3» next. Oourthoan. ; -.

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The Little Folks' Batt. YOUTH AND GAIETY IN " THE MASONIC," PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

r The Little Folks' Ball. YOUTH AND GAIETY IN ' THE MASONIC,' PARRAMATTA. We dare not pick a belle for the Little Folks' ball ; or we might be inclined to indicate tiny Utile Dolly Hayes in her spangled cream crepon. She and her fellow-little-mite, dainty, curly-headed Dorothy Harcus, made a pretty pair in their short oream (rocks as they tripped along ; and a really nice right it was to -rae them making the oirole of the room, sheltered at a distance of a couple of feet by those accomplished youthful aancers, me cousins uawaros. Jbor the Committee had suceeded in making a most successful affair of the Little Folks' social ; and we must hasten at once to congratulate the Misses Benson (the promoters) and their strong Com mittee, of worthy matrons anddevoted fatherly ritizens. Among the most hard-working of those who prepared the treat were Mr. W. Neich, Mrs. Neich, and Miss Neich, Burwood ; Mrs. Marsden and Mr. Marsden, Mrs. Hack, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Allen, Mr. Allen, Miss Tunks, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

Wanted, To Let, &c. AatOOME to MA&DMf BALE. -? '^O&fljw&rPrbxielSirlgjloM,' Kldnq/ and - n a SoilabbEBm Beed M, etc.;— J,;B.BBILLY, -Parr-r*'* 'Lhw riAiiiyan -American otaaxAy Wdfeti J? andftfa; ? I Brst-oluaAraer, suitable 'for n CkmoMjr i ' ! Prioe, £1 f. 'Information may be t this j IfiNJU&'fi UUtATK.'lluiMiLm and jfcatle AW Orchard Blocks and BaUdM/sites, Bedrfeff prices (or Cash. G.H.JTOfiBS, Aridfeneer. ,tT' '' J e'\ Y¥ *~h ,¥? , . -Near Ammatto— nearly 2 urea /Sewed ' and Feaoed,' W.B: Oottage, Sheds, etc? £275. - lams : £30 depoeit ; balance easy. . L : ' A; J. EXLES, Auctioneer, P&mujiitta. ? v ilnttafs. 4,/nom. ' . JfnHtaS& Bto.; Land, 66 x, 180^£23O. X80dejj^^ ialanoe, 8- week. LVExUEB, ? j- Inphej/frr, Jmtwwtti / 1 7/a

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Parramatta Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

Parramatta Hospital. The usual monthly meeting was held on 14th instant., with the President (Arch deacon Gunther) in the chair, and Drs. Kear ney and Bowman and Messrs. Greenway, Morris, Wilson, B&rtlett, Marsden, and Mar tin dale also present. When the minutes ot previous meeting were read, Mr. Greenway an4 Mr. Bartlett com mented on what tbey considered the unfair alteration ol particnlara, as regards architect's plans for new bmlding, and the seoreuuy ex plained that several arohlteots had asked for the change. - Tbe pay-sheet for the month showed that, In salaries, Ao., £83 had been paid, and accounts for £67 6s lid were passed for payment. Mr. Bartlett complained that the trough Cosnoil wonld not send in their N.P. aoconnt monthly, as requested. Dr. Bowman was in formed that a boy was neeess&tj now to drive the cows to and from the Park, and Mr. Mars den learned that Jones Bros.' account wonld be in next paydiheet , The treasurer (Mr. Marsden) reported the rece...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

REITISlbM OF THE TARXJF'iP'i''' ' -GREAT SEDUCTIONS AT FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE KIPPERED HERRINGS ) I ENGLISH JAMS, from uW per tin. DIGBY CHICKS [ 7*D PER TIN. ? ? FINDON HADDOCKS ) | SARDINES from 8$d. Best Brands Only. Special Attention is directed to tho fact that one o( the Largest Stocks in tho District is on Sale at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE ; in fact, it is questionable whether any other House buys as largely FOR CASH — hence the secret of LOW PRICES AND FRESH GOODS. In addition to the Large Stock on Hand at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE, he has in Bond at the present time, awaiting the Removal of the Duty, a large Shipment of Goods of the Choicest description ; and two other Shipments en nmw from London. Five (5) Ton of Best GROWN SOAP for Sale at lGs per Cwt. Arnott's Biscuits, from 2$d per lb. Arrowroot -Id Alnm 3d Baking Powder — Batho's 8d ; Champion's, Aunt Mary's, Waugh's, Joe Hart's, Burge's, Soyer's 2/9 per half do?.., 5/8 doz. Barley (Pearl) 2£d, or 51bs for 1 /...

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Accident [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

Accident A horse, said to belong to Mr. W. Carter bolted in the middle of the town ship on Sunday afternoon ; and after dashing along the streets it ended up by breaking off into the bush, and finally smashing one of its fetlocks. It had to be destroyed. It Beems the animal was being exercised, with some of the harness on. It bolted, and when op posite the Lecture Hall, it almost collided with a light trap in which were a lady and gentleman. The lady sprang out of the trap, and restrained her own nag ; but her companion fell and got entangled with things underneath the | vehicle. The runaway just shaved their turn-out ; and he ended up, fatally for himself, in the manner described.

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Blessing of the R.C. Chapel. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

? | Blessing of the B.C. Chapel. I On Sunday morning last, Dr.Higgins (on behalf of Cardinal Moran) visited Smithfield to open and bless the new addition to St. Gertrude's (B.C.) Chapel. On arrival, the Church digni tary assumed his vestments, aqd pro ceeded to bless the (sacred edifioe whioh has of late been enlarged). Dr. Higgins then presided at Mass, the celebrant it which was Monsignor Bigney, who was assisted by Father T. O'BeiUy rparramatta) aqd Father Corcoran (Liverpool). Dr. Higgins preached in eloquent sermoij later on, basing his remark's qn the Gospel of the Day, and laying special emphasis on the duty of parents in connection with the proper training of their children. (After the servioe, a meeting of the parishioners was held, Dr. Higgins presiding. On the motion of Alderman Downey, se conded by Dr. Beattie, it was decided to ereot a memorial window in the new part of the Churoh in honour of the long years of faithful servioe as a priest of the Church, pf Monsignor Bi...

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"Powder and Patches." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

' Powder and Patches.' A Powder and Patches dance eventu ated at the Masonic Hall on Monday evening last, and proved a great success. The secretaries. Misses MoManis and [ Neioh, and tlieir friends on the com mittee, deserve the neatest credit for the splendid manner in whioh the nffni- wasrun oft'Thel^^w somdydeooeatedf and when' the ladies, in Iheir exquialte toilets, formed them MJvee.ittto iitUe groups/between the tUnew. .* pgn tM ne oould . scarcely be imagined. Mr. W. Edwards, presided at the piano ; and Mr. W. Neich acted as M.O. Prominent among the lady visitors was Mrs. Jas. Hitoh cook (a well-known old Parramotts girl — nee Miss Jessie Goodin). She was as blithe and winsome as of old ; and in her bonnie pink gown she looked the happy matron her old friends were glad to know she was. Two sisters, the Misses Schofield, were placed high up among the belles of the night, their gay, perfeet dancing matching well their lovely gas-green costumes, set off with berthas of old lace ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

HOUSEHOLD. 'Australian Home Journal' Paper Patterns. ! ~ UHBracLOTHDfa, and How to Make It. Id oonsequenoe of the large demand for paper patterns we this week illustrate a few of tbe best shapes in ladies' and children's under clothing. t No. 860. — Ladies' Combinations, for jSfife flannelette, 7d post |TbQ Tbls Is an exceed- ' ^ Inglv comfortable & easily made suit, It ^StSnBOF/a/Nek is represented as made of flannelette, jRMBMalil which is soft end warm for winter and V^v HV mnob nicer than NAJWIV J oalioo for summer wear, for the cold AjnVj| and ohilly feeling ffiHfn ? that tbe latter gives ?ffnBfl 9 after one has been i||I|B ? exceedingly hot and ?IIUKI I tbegarmentbecomes flU|^N| B damp, is, to say tbe llUHI| W least, uncomfortable wflU ? besides having teu- J9fKfSL dene y to give cold. Tbe sleeves in the \ I / illustration are Ion- \| / ger than generally JJ designed for the benefit of those who feel the cold in their arms. They oaa easily be made shorter and wider if ...

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The "Caledonian" Ball Granville. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 24 August 1895

Caledonian' Ball, Gran fyiainniaTi' ' Ball on Friday SgjHt&m OianTille, ™ . the social Bffi^tij|bie'')g)onlh in the Progressive was there,' the balcony mom. regular pulsating sounds to whioh the j ladies and gentlemen were to step as they proceeded on tbeir important journey were evoked by Piper Hamilton (the leading piper of the Thistle Club). Miss Ellison looked as well as it was possible for daintity-attired lady to do. Her dress was a handsome cream saok-oloth, simple in the construction of the skirt, but with sleeves as neatly puffed as the horizon alond-banks on a summer evening. Pretty cardinal nillc bows lent a dash of brightness to the shoulders of the bodice ; and a handsome spray gave an exquisite finish to the toilet. Miss Townsend appeared to advantage in a dainty cream costume finished off with a graceful Empire sash of silk. Her fair tresses were adorned with knots of marguer ites. Miss Sheargold (Harris Park) danced blitherly in a cream gown, the trimmings of...

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