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FRUIT-PRESERVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

FBUIT-PBESEBVING. 'How shall we overcome this diffi culty of surplus fruit and falling and vanishing markets?' That is the question with which every fruitgrower, and every business man whose prospects are wrapped up in the fruitgrowing industry, are brought face to face. Many are the theorigff-put ?fcnjard to meet the djflwri^ ; many are the'Tni?; gestiong.i) cover the requirements of the' cose : but somehow or other, though our growers remain still in the land of the living, and in the main out of the realm of bankruptcy, tbe evil to which they are looking with so much dread does not seem to them to become les sened to any satisfactory degree. Many of our fruitgrowers are having a hard time of it at present. Fortunately for them, hard times do not mean so much actual physical suffering as in dustrial hardship does to labourers, clerks, and artizans as a rule ; for tbe formers' homes, unless mortgaged, are their own, and no rent having to be paid by them, things are hard indeed if f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

T-AULKHAM HILLS GROCERY. O Burns. GENERAL OROCEB, PROVISION' AND 1'HODUtE MERCHANT, WINDSOR ROAD, BAULKHAM HILLS, / All kinds of Produce kept in St^cU. // Bone Dust from £2 per ton\ J I (n Kf\(\f\ *° I*0* &t 0 % ™ sums from JbOUUUjESOOMpwards. G.H.MOBBS. fkC\f\ per annum, Cumberland Model JQ4AJ Farm, Menylands; % 4, 10-acre ilocfa. G. H. MOBBS, Parromalln. ? P1 AA Pennant-st., Brick Cot 3i/JLUU tagc, land 47 x 880. fcift. Inspect. G. H. MOBBS, P'ta. \C}-i K(\ 10-acre Orchard, 1 hour Jt/ xOXJ from Sydney. £15 d*'U Q. H. MOBBS, P'matta. ? Qj Jrjrjrv Merrylands ; W.B. Cottage? 2&UVy{- rooms, land40xl20,p)fled. ft. H. MOBBS, Parramatta. ? lC}l~7 EACH, Splendid Building Sot; i Sites, Hayes' svbd's'n, P'ta n'th. hi deposit. Tomans. G.H.MOBBS. IT HAVE reliable tenants for Cottages, 4 and \ 6 rooms, 10s to lGs week. MOBBS, Haase Agent. ? ? Weston and Co., WOOLPACK SALEYABDS, /|/fMABSDEN-ST., PARRAMATTA. /L /SALES EVERY TUESDAY & FRIDAY, At 1 P.H., / Of Live Stock, Po...

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Alleged Assault with Intent to Rob. A SENSATIONAL STORY. UNCLE AND NEPHEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

/' Alleged Assault with I te(it to Rob. A SENSATIONAL STOI Y. UNCLE AND NEPHEl r; On Wednesday night quite n sensa tional story was current in Pan imatta North, to the effect that an o 1 man named Wainwright who hi been lately residing in Sorrell-street, ear its junction with Pahner street, VkA been lured away by a relative to tl i wild nesses of Bosebill after da) , and there assaulted and struck dor i, and an attempt made to rob him ofbnoney and valuables. |l The victim of the assanl*4-John Wainwright, an elderly labourirk man —has lived in the Parramatti.Car lingford district for abont 17 1 years. Some time ago he went away tofcn up country goldfleld ; and, we undebtand, 'made expenses and' a little kver.' He returned in May, and for eomt time, has been living (to some extent ly the consideration of the owner loft* pro perty) in one of the cottages neir the BorreU-Pakner-Btreet-borner. ' \ Bale (the accused). Ma distant ]oon nection of bis by mamage, and usually addressed him as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

The Establishment )f a New Paper for I Parramatta fnd District. I | — - — E^BBBB^^M T? ^aT 8reat P^asure in intimating ' H& vRt^^V'vI to lur numerous friends in the 9ft& i^nAflf fl^l Parramfcta District, and Central Cum- , Bg^MMlr^s^^si berlandi generally, that we have com HI^^SES^^^^H mencea business as General Printeh;, Publishers, and 1 Statjoners, 1 in those CouvenieuUy-situatedJPreniises, next to Messrs.' Giles' I Bros. Furniture Depot, I CHURCH STREJT, PARRAMATTA. — '^~ — All the members of ir Firm and the men employed 1 throughout oui Establishmen were till lately employes of the I original Proprietors of the 'fumberland Mercury' and Fuller's I Lightning Printing Works, lud not only have they, by their long years of sen-ice in theinterests of Pnrramatta Business, I acquired a facile touch with lie publishing needs of this centre : J of the Colony, but, whaiis more, their homes — already ?- established here — make up*, far from inconsiderable element i in the b...

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IS LOVE A DREAM? [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

IS LOVE A DREAM? - Night was falling — s grey, damp '. October night — on the great wilderness '. of London. Night pierced tylhe sounds of the vast city, which strike so mourn ' fully »t times on the ear of one who vaguely listens in the Eolitude that is loneliest of all, the solitude set in a crowd. . Buch a solitude was George Brandons S8 he aat over the ire in his luiurious , furnished flat in South Kensington. The. flat and the furniture were alike new as well as costly. A year ago he bad been very differently housed, a straggling young journalist in dingy rooms in' Camden Town. Those poverty stricken days were over when he hardly knew where his next dinner was to come from. The. death of on old cousin, who left no will, and from whom he had no eipectatij^, Had given him compara tive weaWr.-Binl he-wM 'rising into re 1 pate as a clever writer. But as he sot now, musing, with the unopened magazine on his knee, he did not look much happier for Iub pnange bf fortune. He was dreamin...

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A GREEK WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

v^ GBEEK WEDDINGS The Interior of the Greek OluoheB are ds ooratedtoa bright, 11 not gadyeffMt. Tht ceilings an (sinM gaily,, and (Us pulpits en riched with liberal ornammtjulon of gold. Bailings. at. one eaS enclose ettpe. leading to picture, of eslnta, winch an sainted ?ndatiwd j it all the opngregatlon'on entering the chnroh.j iuua are piaoea wmruiaH railings.- un tne ooeMlonof ,a wedding the oBnrchcs are croirfea WUh;peonl», whVlaughSanaktjllt wM-obV». .rtralnfc. The bride «rfiriaj^m«Di«rlng, they are pnoeded by twojox wjnrjota, clad. In purple; thdr robes «nbroUHgS^go!d. OnSfiTiieads are tall WadtJ^t^V neathwUohlheiiUngblMklalrWC™,,, Thfrftrlde is dree«d- -'B%^JH^1 front of the tibk, ttofc ,oi,l£e7otder atSB ,|JW^a_ttis-:TO^^Bad^rtaai^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

G-eorge Hill, THE WELL-KNOWN, OLD-ESTABLISHE] TAILOB, CHUEOH-ST., PABB&MATTA NORTH, 1 His In Block ! A splendid selection of Tweeds, Serges, Clothi J Diagonals and Coatings, just the thing lo 1 ' this season of the jw. fy/ - : 'A good fit and an experience of courteor, t straight-dealing ate two of the business fcA t tnres which George Hill's customers havK - learned to safely expect, when placing theiH ? orders witk him.' That is the spontaneous t tribute of 'those who have ever proved thyl ? value of a business call at G.H.'b well-knowS t x_ / establishment. IS 2/' — ii Pnce?-The most reasonable, consistent witHf . / thoroughly good workmanship. 3 j TU- OTIC 1* J ts- FURTHER REDUCTIONS I t I'll// ~**~ I ' /J// J. Paul's « / DAILY PARCEL DELIVERY I f To and from City and Suburban Districts. 1 J FAB LESS THAN RAILWAY COST. I * Leaves City Depot, 121 York-sL, 1 p.m. dail* ? „ fiuA Office, Ghnrch-st., P&rramatb //^*- 7.15 a.m. daily. J Par/tels Bate, direct to your Hou...

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Poetry. THE TWO SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

poetry. , ? THE TWO SHIPS. ;' As I stand -£(§&£ ofois on the lone moontam's .4Loi^^ii»iaint-em,: '' ' ,Inth«*o«ft.:bt fla*oou-t»ln * ship lies at ? rest, ' ? And one sails away tram the lea ; ►— — Oee spreads Us white wings on a far-reaching 1 . track;11'' ? ???? ? With nennant and sheet flowing free ;' One hides in tin shsjov with Mils laid abaci,— The Bhlp (hat is waiting lor me I But lo^in the distance the clouds break awayl The Gate'e glowing portals I see ; And I hear bom the oqtgomg ship in the bay The song of the^ailotn Ik glee : So I think of the lumlnons footprints that bore The comfort o'er . dork Galilee, And wait for the signal .to go to the shore, To the ship thatls'smlting for me.

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School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

Sohool Concert. On the 7th inst. a very successful concert was held in the public school, Prospect. The effort was for the pur pose of augmenting the school prize fund, and proved a great success. A stage had been erected at one end of the schoolroom, and the hall was prettily decorated. Seating accommodation had been provided for about 800 persons, and the room was comfortably filled. The programme was lengthy, and of a varied character ; and comprised songs, dnots, recitations, fancy dances, and Indian club swinging. The takings amounted to over £0, which result was considered very satisfactory.

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PROSPECT. "Damages" Case. EVANS v. McCARTHY. THE ACCIDENT ON 28an MAY. LIABILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR. AN UNLIGHTED TIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

PROSPECT. 'Damages' Case. EVANS v. McCAETHY THE ACCIDENT ON 28an MAY. LIABILITY OF THE CON TEACT0R. AN UNLIGHTED TIP. At the Parramatta Small Debts Court on Wednesday, a cose of some importance come before the Bench — Mr. F. W. Edwards, P.M., and Mr. E. xiaiper, ti.jr., presiding, a. £,vans pro ceeded against P. McCarthy for dam ages, the result of an accident on the evening of the 28rd May. Plaintiff, an accountant and pay master, in the employ of Proudfoofc and Fletcher, sued the defendant for leaving a heap of rubbish, etc., on a public highway (the Prospect-Blacktown road) at night-tune without any lights, as a result of which plaintiff, while driving down the road, was thrown out, his vehicle damaged, and himself injured. — Mr. Gardner appeared for plaintiff ; Mr. Richardson for defendant. Plaintiff deposed that on the night of 23rd May, he drove from the railway line with a friend to Smith's public house, Prospect. After having a drink there he started for home, driving a vill...

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Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

[?] ''Sn Thursday, 18th inst., a very VuV cessfnl ball was held at Mr.' James W-jt'e residence. The occasion of 'the festivity was the ' coining of age ' of Mr. James Watt (the youngest son of Hi.' James Watt, Behr, of Prospect)-^ lad well-known and liked in the distort, anfl a popular trooper in the Parramatja Laticera. A large marquee (60x20) had been ereotea tor tne occasion, wfejnp W8*\ decked with evergreens, blooms'; «to. A permanent floor (calculated to delight the soul of a dancer), hadJnen bu£ too, and no expense had ipeen sparedio make the affair whaiyt was— «. mnnfc nrnnnunRAfl fmftflAiuli'* -fKtt tetfests seemed to know what If .'ffoW be? and oame, full of ft great faith in the ihojt's power of providing enjoyment. Xhey turned up in large numbers Votbt 800-people were present, . 'These YtojK pnsed friends of the hero of the occa sion bom Parramatta and Sydney, and1 most of the residents of Proipect. Dancing was commenced shortly _ after B'b'olooki and)he large crowd, %jj...

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Parramatta Borough Council. AN EARLY ADJOURNMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

i Parramatta Borougffi I' Council. ' '' ' am 1. 1 ? -. . m AN BABLY ADJOUENMEOTaf The fortnightly meeting ol the Boropijh Conn oil of Parnunstta was bela last ' Monday evening. Present; The Mayor (Mr. 0. J. Byrnes), Aldermen Taylor, Johnatone, Wither, Hion, Campbell and Miller.' After Ihe reading of the minutes, Aid. Into »°?,«l]f ' ?Jinnmment nt ifeo (VinilcU till the IOHoWUr day at 7.80 p.m. ont of consideration for tie Illness of ex-Aid. Alrey, and the entertainment in progress that evening. Aid. Johnsto s seconded. The Mayor spoke Bjmpttthetica. p la support, and said he qnlte concurred .m i the spirit of the motion, and -the terms i which ex-AId. Alrey had been referred to ' the mover. He (the Mayor) felt that in ei porting the motion he was but assisting paying a deserved tribute to a ma wl , I Eow'™r much he mkjht have differ^ fr- I himucif, had done bis best for the town I public and private life. The motion was th | ? put and unanimously agreed to.

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BAULKHAM HILLS. Wedding. (MR. C. I. WATT—MISS E. PRICE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

BAULEHAM HILLS. Wedding. (ME. 0. I. WATT—MISS E. PBICE.) On Tuesday (11th inst) the district of Banlkham Bills was thrown into a kate of pleasurable exoitement over a wedding, in which the residents of the township took no little interest. Mr. Chas. I. Watt, of May's Hill, Parramatta (son of Mr. Chas. Welt, late Government Analyst of N.8.W.), led to the altar Miss E. Frioe (nieoe and adopted daughter of Mr. I. W. Phillips). The Bev. E. Hargnwe Anglican oj-rgrman of the Castle iJUI Janlkham Hills parish) tied the nuptial knot, the oeremonr being performed in the drawing room of the bride's nsidenoe. The bride was attired* in a handsome silver-grey costume, trimmed with velvet, and the l*dy wore a gold brooch, set with pearls, and gold bracelet set with rabies and amethysts (the gift of the bridegroom). The bride's .travelling dress was a, dark-brown serge with velvet bodies, .toque to matoh. The bridesmaids] were— UIm XTUU VAim. nfotA* ft* 4ha ii*4iiA « aHJ in.. Ed|e .Watt, 'W« «« 't...

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Blue-Stone Quarry. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

Blue-Stone Quarry. In, the Assembly on the 11th inet., Mr. Griffith asked the Secretary for. Lands : (1), Is the blue-stone quarry at Prospect the property of the State ? (2), Has it been leased to the Emu Uravel (Jompany ? (8), If so, at what rental, and for what term ? (4), In not this the most -' conveniently-srtaiated blue-metal quarry available for liotol ling the Westem-road and railw*iine ? — Mr. Young answered : (1), Yfe. and is held by the Board of Water pipply and Sewerage on behalf d? her. Majesty. (2), Yes. (8), ^8»i per' annum, and 6d per ton royalty i w any quantity of Btoneover and aboveft 2,000 tons per annum, the Compiji,, to expend £10,000 or such lesserVun as may be found necessary to open!ii|i the quarry and construct ' a trftmvay. Period of lease, 20 years, with!-i]ition of renewal for ten years further, (i),

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School Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

School Items. The enrolment at the Public School during the quarter has been 99, with an average attendance of 76. Satis factory progress has been made in all classes, and the Inspector's report of the examination whioh he held on 28rd and 24th April, was of a very en couraging character. , Mr. Mulholland, the headmaster of the School, has received a notification that Hon. Jacob Garrard (Minister for Public Instruction) was to visit the School yesterday (21st instant) at 10 o'clock. What his object was, is not known; but Mr. Garrard's visits usually end with a half-holiday for the children.

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GRANVILLE. [?] fortune. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

Mffl^j' ^^^I^Enrtune. ^^^^^^^^HK^IL of the truth'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

'; JUST PUBLISHED— Al new and original TREATISE ON MAtilJEES jSrilltaeir; iponon|MrjM^^^ninerod6 ' ^jloj)fe %ietratixM etc., et&^Mhainp&sb with Reduced Price List, will be forwarded i j *kee on application by post .6r personally. A Further Bftp^^f#tion, March, 1895. Write or Oall at once, for Price List - ,3 The Sydney Meat Preserving Company, Ltd., Bookwood ; or to tEJbpe & Co., Macquarie-street, Parramatta, Brokers to the Company. I ^ N.B.— Send for above Pamphlet at once. Delays are sometimes dangerous and always unprofitable. In thfe'ifeantinie do not be imposed upon by apparently cheap but really dear imitations of GEE'S FERTILISERS. IS* Eggs are/Eggs. THORPE'S Patent Poultry Food will double the productioiLl Try it THORPE & CO., Macquarie St., Parramatta, or yirtir Storekeeper ? ' ~ ? ~ ? : ? '' ? ' ? ~~ll^:L v- ' '?- ^ ' - ' ? : ? : ? ^ ? Second C^rea* IVI^xiiMiLotlx Salej LOOK ^ for/ - I ? ^ SECOND ' MAMMOTH A CHANCE W-k LIFETIME. Second ftuii...

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CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

CONCEBT. Oe Wednesday last, a eoncert took place in St. John's Schoolroom, in aid of the Sunday school Fund, Miss E. Harter being the organist. There was a very fair audience, and the following ladles-and gentlemen contributed to thft nnwmmme : — Mrs. 'Wilson. Miss Davies. Mrs. Newcombe, Miss Ghuighton (a Uttk girl), Miss K. Harper, and Messrs. FroudkMftpur . aess, A. S. Walker, F. Brown, and Knlayson. '*'?' The Anbum Orehastra also rendered a couple of items. Archdeacon Ounther ocoupied the chair. !

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CARLINGFORD Gallant Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

CARLINGFORD Gallant Cricketers. -? Sfe On Saturday last, the 16th inst., the Vk North Bocks Cricket Club, at the close ' ' of the cricket season, gave a dinner to ..V (be ladies of the district. It appears '??.? tpat the Udies of Carlingford and but doundin? district have, from time to time, during the present season, not only given their presence and patronage to the. club, but also have at their own cost and charges provided refreriynegts. including evening teas, &c. The mem bers of the North Bocks Cricket Club therefore, determined to acknowledge their deep appreciation of man; past kindnesses, and issued invitations to dinner on the club ground, Carling ford, at 1 p.m. on' Saturday last. As no building in Carlingford could enter tain the guests it was determined to hold it in the open-air, under the shade of the tall gum trees. Among the many guests present were — Ber. and Mrs. F. Hibberd, Bev. and Mrs. G. Mclntosh, Mr. and Mrs. P. Hoc'dey, Mr.-fcd Airs. B. Bay, Mr.andMr...

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DURAL. Our School. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 22 June 1895

DUEAL. Our School. The attendance of pupils at the public school has increased considerably dur ing the paet few months. The roll book now shows something like sixty scholars, which is, I believe, an un beaten record for the public school here. Our worthy teachek:, Mr. Sullivan, is already becoming very popular, especi ally tunong the children ; and, from information received from the district whence he came, it seems characteristic of him, as he has both the tact and the genial disposition to win the children's affection ; and, doubtless, this is one of the chief reasons of the regular and large attendance. Tenders have at last been called for painting and general re pairs to the dwelling-house and^thool, and not before it was sadly needed.

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