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Fruitgrowers' Union of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

Fruitgrowers' Union 6^ New South Wales. I Some Ijipohtant Pkoidsals. — In- , ? kigation and Union. JThe - Oit ange :;:Gi-tJT.v.. :- An , Annual' FityiT Exhibi tion;.'' ??;.. Spraying Machines and QnpHAii,r| Pests? A BjitBAiious and Obnoxious j.Act.; .Want oiOOojfV I'lDEJSTCE IN THE VlNE'JDlSEASEs' BOAKD. Some 'Pungent . SraiOTUitEs. That j;MabKET OrRIEVANfaK; ', i.pAHLI ASCENT /tqbe; Petitioned!' ? .: ? - ZitS^^A a;.-.-, ' ?-/??? '???:.':?'.-: -?-,- .?? ;.. ?.?.?.......; ';;?; The monthly ' itteetifig- of 'tho council of tho Fruitgrowers' Union of New South AValea was held in the Assembly Uall, Purrainatfa,? on Saturday' afternoon. , Sir. William Cox was voted to tho chair, am there .were, also present Messrs.' j. Tamsett (treasurer), AV.:; Stimson,' J. S. Townsend, F. H. a. Holers, J. F. Duffy, J. Ranks, G-. Stimson; P. Hookley,. G. Ham mer, G. Hollier, H. E. Bonnard, 0. Gambling, G. Franks, C. W. Mills, G. Lovell, J. Luke, and J. Harrison (councillors), S. H. Appleton (Fairfield d...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hornsby. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

Hornsby. . Last Thursday was a fearful day in this dis trict. Bush fires sprang up in all directions, and with the don.se smoke and dust made it a', second ' Black Thursday.1' Tho men at tho. metal quarry had a rough time of it. Tho fire came up the creek in great fury, and took full possession of the field, and tho tonts had to be cut away and brbmrht to a place of safety. Tho young crops of summer fruit had a hard time, whilst tho oranges had' to wrestle with this their lost euomy (as if thoy had not had enough to combat against lately). The latter seemed to have gained tho victory, for in some places they fell off in cart loads, two or three oranges thick, under the trees. One mini, tolls mo that he gathered up 300 cases in only a small orchard, his net profits being 7d per case. Pulled oranges of tho samd class bring Gs . per case. The plate layers commenced work last week on the North Shoro-Poarco's Corner line, and tho line is being rapidly laid. The Wesloyan Centennial thanks...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

Parramatta Borough Council. The regular fortnightly meeting was held last Wednesday evening. l'rcscnt: Tho Mayor (Mr. C. J. Byrnes), and Aldermen Taylor,' Moxham, Bimm.es, Broilio, Cox, Ferris, Tioruan, Drew, and Dollow. Isu'itovEJiENT Committee's .Annual Repokt. Town Hall, Parramatta, . . 10th Oct., 1888. Your committee in dealing- with tlio reso lution passed by tho Council on tho 15th day of l'obruary, 1S88, having roierenco to works required to bo curried out in tho four wards of tho Borough during the Municipal year 1SS8-9, with tho necessary amounts for each work, and probable amounts required forcontingent works, havo tho. honour to lay before tho Council a report of works considered by your committee necessary to be carried out in each ward ; tlio cost of sauio together with amounts for con tingent works, and estimates. After dealing with tho present financial position of tho borough, tiiey will bo in a position to recom mend that the sum of £1500 bo so expended, arriving at...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, Chas. Lloyd, and R. Harper, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

AVxcDXKsDAY, 'Oct. 10. (Before Messrs. H.. Byrnes, Ctias. Lloyd and it. Harper, Js.P.V Matthew Stafford, 74 years of age, was charged with having- been drunk' iu Cliurcli st-rcot. Discharged. Charles Brindloy and Phillip AValkor plpadod guilty to having boon drunk, and wore' each fined 5s ; in default, 24 hours imprisonment; '?' Kuutsford won't impose Normanby on South Australia as Governor, sentiment iu that colony being opposed to the idea. Sir Anthony Musgravo, Governor of Qucons lnnd, died suddenly early on Tuesday morning. A clover man unsuiteil for his position. General rain. '?.'?'. . i Ivo Bligh thinks that England is not superior to Australia in cricket.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Potts Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

Potts Hill. An inquest was held at Pottj Hill, on Sun day before Mi J E Bow den, Pan unutta Coroner, upon the body of a man named Joseph Darling, who suddenly diopped dead on tho preceding evening while conversing -\wth some men in his tnnfc Deceased -ms about hftj years of age, a native of Lngland, md unmarried. A po\t nwi l- in examination, made by Dr. Phillips, cWloicd the cause of do ith to be disease of the htnit, and tho juiv returned n verdict accordingly Some three hundied men cmplojcd it Pott-s Hill by Messis Oummow and Co , the ton tractors for the restivon, stiuck last viok Men were gotting Id pel loidfoi fillmj and aud carting oft soil iiom plouch d lind, demanded 5d pei load, oi Ss poi d ij . Tho contractors .declined to accede to tho n quest, and consequently tho men struck.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parramatta Petty Sessions. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes and R. Harper, J'sP) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

Parramatta. Petty Sessions. ,!- ^ ,r SATUliDAY, October g. (Before- Messrs. H. Byrnes and R. ? Harper J'sPJ Gee 1 oo (acquitted on a tcchiiicnlpoint at the Quarter faessions, ou Friday, of havins obtained goods and money from Joseph Cadcly by means of a valueless cheque, uud immediately roar rested) was charged with having induced David felling to sign a paper purporting to bo a valu ab o document. Ou the application of the police, accused was rcmnntled until tho follow ing Thursday.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

MEW, YORK.' -LIFE7 IHSimAHCE ?:?/ V\l ????\W0AXY. ;-i^-;:i: ESTABLISHED ;.' - - - 1846. ' ': LI Fj . A S S U It A: NCE ON L Y. V V 11 V, L Y M U T U A L. - ,,: ? ALL ritQFlTS ' ? KTCLONG: TO'-- TOLICY- HOLDERS. ; Accumulated Ftuuk'ni .Jcmuari/^188H .. -. - £17,001,018 1 ?- Income tor year 1887 .- - ? : '- - - '' -' £-1,537,010 Surplus over all Liahililics and Reserve. .Fuml according ? to Valuation made by Government - ? £2, '137,613' .; ;; Paul to Policy Holders in 1887 - ; - -:- :' - ?'; ? ' - ' ' £!.,i)(il,977 .. Ncw-limincss in 1888 : - - -' - £21,961,875 ..;?-? JOSIAH- nOWEIJJ,'.--:GEN-i'nt'ATv---MAXVGM!r '???;. .'?? ' ? ''.'.--???. .'?': . ' ' bcpiirliHent'of A.ustruln.-.iii. . ..' . ' SYDNEY OFFIC.EiBoua-.sf-reot. Ciiuinljer.s, BomT and Georyo Breok Dlt. J3KADLEY VIOLETTE, Medical Examiner for .PaiTumuilii & District.. ' LOCAL AGENT: Isaac Ferns ? ' ?? ' ' '(Messr^ l-'EHRIS, WILSON & CO.), . '?' - ' '' ' ? Parramatta. I ? ? ?.-' .-???':- ~ ' ? ? ! ? — Cumberla...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9. UNDEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

Tuesday, October 9. Undefended Casks. Goo. Thomas v. :' 'William Henry Landor, claim for £1S Is Gd; Mr. Richardson for plaintiff. , No appearance of defondant. Judgment for amount claimed, with ? one witness's expenses. . ? ; J Mnneo v. Jns. French,. claim for £2 as 3d. Judgment for amount claimed, with one witness's costs. F. Lasseter v. Poroy Dove, claim for £10 Is Cd. Judginont for amount ciaiined, with one witness's costs. J. Granger v. W. H. Bashford, claim for £1 2s 9d. Judgment for 43 Od, debt incurred since defendant's insolvency, with ono witness's exponsos. Ferris and Co. v. Thos. Baker, claim for £72 4s 7d, goods supplied. Mr. 'Richardson for plaintiff. Judging for plaintiff, with ono witnos's expenses. J Cartwright v. J. Stewart, claim for £6, instalments on purchase of land. Mr. Richard son for plaintiff. Judgement for plaintiff, with three witnesses' expenses. S. Nichols v. Jns1. AVilliams, claim for £5 18s. Mr. Bowdon for plaintiff. Judginont for plaintiff, with ono w...

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 8. (Before Mr. Geo. Wickham, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

Monday, October S. (.before Mr. Gco. AVickham, J.P.) jonu xjosiio, oliarged by Constable May with having been dmnk in a railway carriage at GranviUe^plcaded guilty, and was fined 10s or ?lb hours imprisonment ; and for having made US3 ot obscene language in South-st.eet, Granvillo, lie was. fined 20s ; iii default, 7-duysV imprisonment.''-' ' .v ?? - .'?''; ? ??. *:- '

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Prospect and Sherwood Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

Prospect and Sherwood Council. The ordinary forlnfohtly meeting wus held on Tliuv* dny oveninpr. Present: His 'Worship Ilio Mnvor CAW. H. T. .Toiiei), niul Aldermen Aiicy, Hollicr/Mualoii, Anstiss. Patnn, iind Kenyon. ' ' The Finance Committee's report, rcooimneimiti' inv mont of salaries und accounts to (he uuumut of S'J7;l ISs 2d, was received uml adopted. The Mayor reported with respect to Aid. Mnston's motion (referred to Finance Commit I c-o), n. tlie'npnoiiit incnt of giiiiirors, Hint tho Committee had passed a resolution to tho effect tlmt the matter lie left in the hands of the Mayor to act, should the Overseer recom mend such appointments being.made. Tho following correspondence was dealt with.:— From (lie Cumlicrlimd Bnildinjr, Lund and Invest ment Society, calling attention to the furl; that, in Victoria Parade, Victoria Pm-k, (he earth tnfccn from the street and the waterways has ueeu plnwd on the path in front of the houses owned bv the Companv, with tlio effect that th...

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Parramatta District Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 8. (Before His Honor Judge McFarland) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

Parramatta District Court. Monday, October 8. : (Before His Honor Judge McFarland) His Honor formally oponed the Court at 10 a.m. and, in consequonco of the clay having been proclaimed a public holiday, adjourned it until tho following day at the same hour.

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9. (Before Mr. Henry Byrnes, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

_ . Tuesday, October 9. (Jioloi-o Mr. Honry Byrnes, J.P.) Joim west and Gco. AVatsford. for haviu' been drunk, were each fined os ; iu default, 24 hours' imprisonment. ' Joe Tom, Michael Joseph, and. Hand Postarncm, wore charged with. horso .steojin'.'' Constable Liuogar deposed that; he ree'eivod' the throe persons from the Windsor Polico ; ho produced receipt for a buy horso. from In«iis Md bons, Sydney, which herecieved from Mnw lorn, who was m company with the prisoners-. Mary Gordon, residing at North WiUoughby, deposed that her husband had a draught mare on JOtli August last; did not know how she was branded ; ropoited tho loss of tlio mare to tho polico at North Shore ; had seen the maro siiico with Mr. AVm. Moxham, Parramatta; her ihusbaud was with ]»er; they 'claimed her as then- property ; identified the mure outsido tho. Court; ; her husband l|ad not sold the maro to anyone. William Moxhan), l|or.spdpitler', Parrumalta, deposed to having bought tho mure from t.lio tlu-eo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

MUIMUMIXUU ? IIHIIIIMI ? Ill ? IIWIHr«'l l.irMI.IH JllHUIggm d~1UMBERLAND BUILDING LAND -O AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY LIMITED. CAPITAli, £100,000, with power to Increase to £200,000. Money received on Fixed Deposit at the fol lowing Bates : — For 12 months, G per cent per annum. 0 months, 5 per cent, per annum, And 4 per cent, at call. Sayings Bank Branch. — Deposits of One Shilling and upwards rccoived, and six (0) per cent, interest allowed on the Monthly Balance, and no notice required for withdrawals. JNO. JAS. MILLER, Manager. Office Masonic Hall Buildings, George-street rpHK AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK JL BANK. PARRAMATTA BRANCH. Paid up Capital .. .. .€500,000 With power to increase to £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .. £310,000 Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at current rates. Bills discounted and advances made on ap proved security. Drafts issue 1 on nil the principal cities in tho world. H. M. TODHUNTER, Manager.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

THE AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATUEDAY MORNING ' AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS '. -:'?. OF ' PAREAMATTA AND StrRKOtfNDING : . DISTRICT. s. d. v Subscription, per quarter, in advance 2 0 Do, booked .. .. 2 3 Single copy ? 0 2 1 Terms op Advektisino : ; s. d. Three lines ? 10 Six lines ? ..19 One inch ? 2 6 Each additional inch . . . . 2 G Births, Mfti-riages and Deaths (each) ? 10 Special terms for advertisements ordered by the quarter. Casual advertisements must be prepaid, ex cept in the case of firms or persons having ? running accounts -with us. Persons ordering advertisements on behalf of any club or society -nail bo held personally re sponsible for tlie payment of same. Advertisements must state upon thofaooof them the number of times they are to be in serted, otherwise they will be continued and charged for until countermanded. LITTLE & CO. September 24th, 1887. CHATFIELD & BROWN, . TIOENSED SURVEYORS Speoially licensed under the Real Property ...

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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

Local Topics. The ukase has gone forth from Tommy Tit m 'Use Esq. (in whose sensitive ears the sound of tho word Aeous is an abomination)— horiceity is that his journalistic employees csohewthi courtesies of decent dignified journalism. andgi around warbling, ' - Oh ! No ! we never mention it ; Its name lollta mnst infer : . Our pens are now forbid to write That nam sheets monniker ! Oh ! No 1 ! we never mention it,— and yet if wo (the A nous) laid awake o'nigh^ for a twelvemonth it is doubtful whether we could devise a better mode of advertising onrv selves in the bi- weekly Titmouse (presuming that we desired so to do) than the indirect bul telling method which that newssheets' manage/ ment haa blundered upon in its quite too delia ious ostrich-like stupidity — and ape-like spitp. Mr. Brunker says that in running the Lanas he will know no man and will not swerve to the right or tho left, but will act with that trio and even-handed justice which is essential to tho interests of the...

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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13. THE FRUITGROWERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 October 1888

THE AXD FRUITOROAVERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13. THE FRUITGROWERS' UNION. The business transneted at tho Inst meeting of the above named association was more than usually important. The secretary's report was a well-propared and vigously written document, contain ing, however, ono or two debateable points, notably thoso criticising in a hostile spirit the Vino Diseases Act. With regard to the propositions in the report that the society should hold an annual exhibition of fruit ; that it should from, a library ; and that it should do its utmost towards promoting the scientific classification and naming of fruits, we consider that the members of tho Union will bo recreant to thoir dutios if thoy fail to carry out thoso proposals. AVhat gave special interest ! to tho proceedings of tho meeting in question was the plain-spoken discussion on the administration of the Vino Dis eases Act by tho Vine Diseases Board, in tho capacity of the mombers whereof to carry out their functions p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 20 October 1888

rnilE ROSEHILL. BAND, Parramatta - JL Under tho Conductqrsliip of Mr. William Walters (lato conductor of Cumberland Band), is now open for Engagement. Winner of first prize at tho lato contest. J. BROGDEN, Hon. Treasurer. W. CHAMBEES, Hon. Sec, Marsuon and Huntor streets, Parramatta. 'VT O- AV ! ! P IT B L I SHED. And to be Obtained from various Lociil Stationers, the GUHBEELAND ARGUS Cricketers'' Guide For' tho Season 1SSS-89. The 'tluido' contains an interesting- resume of tho performances of all Parramatta and County Cricket Clubs last season ; some com ments on the coming season ; tho complete fixture lists, and names of officers and members of tho following clubs :— Parramatta, Coates, Albion, Brush Farm, True Blue, Field of Mars, Hornsby, Hospital feft- Insane, Albert, Col lingwood, Rosoiiill, Grnnville, Independent, and Galatea. Also, ? the Officers and clubs belonging to tho Central Cumberland Cricket Association, tho Trophies presented, ami tho draw for tho first round of t...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 20 October 1888

THETUHF. ?the Jilnclitown peoplo ar.; thinking of holding hr^rpiS1;,;^!.1'- ***?- vs&x-r

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PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 20 October 1888

PIGEON' SHOOTING. There is to be .1 srnnd limiilieini uigioi m-itcb ?.! lllacktown on Monday week, (Ltober ^1. T lie ,'t prize is Mo, second fill), and the third £',. Nominiitio, is llxed nl 'Jos nnd inusl be mnde with the secretui'v Mr. .1. I'il/.sinnnons. Blaoktown, bv Mo,,, aV nexV Two nominations will be allowed. Mr. .1. Himiill in s hnndieiippei', and (he match will be eonduetod 1111 der Sydney (iun Club rules. 'muuui uimu

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ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 20 October 1888

,,r.. „ ? ]!.0SI':»I.M' 'AC1NG CLDB. for Noveinberalindu!, 1. J' loven™' onNof.^'huTT0 nve'!'Vri,^M 'r'-lr' r''('J- °» ''- «™ 'Siv'lJSS Hurdle Sce^ll^ovs.!' niilos- 'i^^]i.^f!'B 12.risovs., II mile and 10(1 vai-ils.'v,, ,«,.,.,. ir ? !i ... ,',''.'. furKfla,'l'w;,/'rri'f ^'^Shu™ m*l ^ to^iu'tln'd^.f^^Sc^^ll^^h'o^r^f'r'V ,,11 the money hits lie™ unrn^i for n™m-*l wiuTe'l-tSm,™0'1'11111 il '''' ''''y 'K'l Uhl' ' miter l' art,, ',' '1'ni''l'mr:',ls '''' ''' mM^ f''' «-0 gieatei pallnta very re.-isonnb C rale of inli,,-n«l \ huge linn of auctioneers nro the n-imiiv 11 'l 1 , V gowIus!:, LttlKSttft: ''V' in tlio Hurdle, und Alice seems ni 1 1 tve K ml H, ' ? the Nin-seiy Handicap. Leiehhardt, Sloth d] fcei may night out (ho lini.sh of Iho October Handicap Otto and Busy Bee 7.!); The Miner. Clenie.it, ™ „'-' stick 7.7; Kingsgrovo, Teddv Vuilje, Hoeluit if. ? Tim Hiriini-K Kai-b, 2| lniles.-Colbuiiar l-'sl -II. Beli,ingerl2,piinstrelB,lyll.8,ke.M,lveI0 ,,M, J-, '^ 10.r-, Marksman 1(1, Avrs...

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