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Current News [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Current News Tim Rev. P. J. Stephen, who has occupied charge of the Parramatta Circuit for nine or' ton months with considerable acceptance, will preach his farewell sermon to-morrow week. Mr. Stephen returns to Bahnaiu, where he wns located before accepting tho position rendered vacant by the demise of tho much-rospected Mr. Olden. The new Parramatta minister, the Rev. Matthew Henry ^Parkinson, has scon service in the colonies for about 20 years. iimioiiteu at the jAicnmoncl College, .London, and hailing from Lincolnshire, ho boasts of a somewhat close similarity in these particulars to many sterling men who have taken a lead ing pat tin the AVeslcyan Methodist Church. Most of Mr. Parkinson's colonial experience was obtained in Queensland. For seven years ho was in Brisbane, aud during tho last seven years ho has occupied charge of districts, four years at Queensland and three years at Bath urst. He has u slight penchant for lecturing, but his discourses are said to be carefully pr...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

CRICKET. Eosoliill v. Albert.— This match was played on the Ilosehill wicket on f arm-day last and're sultod in a win f,.r Albert by 02 runs. Albert batted first and put together 82. Sorle-,- (17) aud Veitch (17), playing tho host gaine for Albert. Kosehill made a very poor stand, being all disposed of for 20 runs, Shepherd and Booth playing best. Scores : — Albort. Pauley, b ?hepherd . . , . 2 Bonn, b Shepherd .. . . (i Longhm-st, h.o.w. b Shepherd . . (I Turkiiigton, b Wesley . . 2 Tliwuitc, c, b Shepherd . . ;s Sorley, 1. Wesley .. ..17 Crisp, b Wesley . . . . a Louglmrst. b Shepherd . . 0 McLaren, e, b Miller.. ?? r. Veitch, not out .. ..17 Gould, b Shepherd . . . . -l Sundries .. ..17 Total .. .. .. K2 Bowling analysis.— Wesley, :--t balls, ;i wickct.s, :S7 runs'; Miller 18 balls, 1 wicket, 5 runs ; Shepherd, 00 balls, 0 wickets, 25 runs. Kosohill. Shepherd, b L iujhurst . , n Miller, b Thwaito .. . . (i Wharf, b Thwaite . . . . 0 Pile, c, b Thwaito . . . . 0 Muscley. li.o.w. b...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE CASE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Fruitgrowers Conference. ( Continued, from page S.J Mr. Lilley seconded tho resolution and supported the principle of selling tho case with tho fruit, which he lengthily contended was to tho advan tage of the fruitgrower, both financially : and on tho grovncls of sanitation, as tending to obviate tho introduction of many diseases into the orchards. Mr. W. Stimson pointed out that tho proposal to sell case with tho fruit ?would act against tho fruitgrower when fruit was cheap. In any case the peoplo would only pay the price of the fruit aud would not pay for the case. ±ur. \ v . oacme supported rnas viow, but contended that the question could only bo effectively dealt with when they got proper market accommodation. Ho lost £40 a year in cases, but lie believed the proposal to sell tho case with the fruit would cost him moro. The conference) then adjourned till 10 o'clock the following morning. THE CASE QUESTION. Mr. John Goll (Gosford) moved, — _' That in tho interests of fruitgrower...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

BOAVLS. Ghhat interest was taken in the final contest for Mr. J. AV. Cooper's five-guinea trophy, open to competition iimomwt tho members of the KinchiH Bowling Club. The match for supremacy came off on K.-it unlay last and after an exciting hour and a half play, Mr. T. M. Shepherd defeated Mr. .11. W. 'l.MiUagarb.vsix points. Tin; latter gentleman, as runner up. takes Mr. 1 J.. Taylor's trophy (a pair of bowls. ) Mr. Fnllagar ntaftcd witli two iu the first heail and Mr. Shepherd returned the compliment in tho next head. From this pointMr. Shepherd gradually worked away till the jjamo stood Shepherd 22, Fullagar 1 :!. Mr. Fiillagar then S'ored a. bit faster and when his oppment was 25 ho stood at 1 !) ; and some time uf tor the. game stood, Shepherd 28, Fullagnr 25. Tho ex-champion of tho colony however did not score any nun-o and Mr. Shepherd, adding 3 p-iints, was landed a winner by 0 points Good players statethat the game was the most excit ing over played on the rink, the drawin...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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FRUIT CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

FRUIT CULTIVATION. Mr. E. 'Whitakor moved — 'That under an improved system of fruit cul tivation, fruitgrowing would bo a much more romuneratire occupation.' In the eourso of a paper, Mr. Whitaker advanced tho following in support of his motion : — In this colony there aro some -mi lmitgrowiug districts, eacli or which lias its peculiar and favourite varieties, early as well as late, so that by making tho question a general one and culling out of each district those sorts not adapted to the climate, and only cultivating choice varieties of approved sorts, we should all be gainers. We have too many kinds in cultivation. Wliat we really want is to reduce the number, and in doing this to choose the most remunerative kinds that can be grown, I go even further and say that under such a system more money 'would be made than by tho mode at present adopted. To bring about a reformation iu fruit cultivation, wo want a horticul tural garden conducted on improved and scientific principles — a ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MARCH 30. THE FRUITGROWERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

THE 1-HUrTGROAV.EKS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY. MARCH 30. THE FRUITGROWERS' CONFERENCE. The holding of tho first Conference) of the fruitgrowers of Now South 'Wales may fairly be said to mark the beginning of a new opooh in tho indus trial history of the Colony, as regards ono of the chief staples of tho land. Up to date, the interests of the New South 'Wales fruitgrower havo been but little studied : henceforth, a different tale will havo to bo told, or we are much mistaken. The Conference, was a thor oughly representative one, though natu rally tho delegates from Central Cum berland wero tho more numerous. 'When, however, it is taken into con sideration that, besides Central Cumber land, tho important districts of Anni dale, Albury, Bathurst, Brnidwood, the Clarence, Camden, C'oi'owa, Oarconr, Durham, Eden, Forbes, Gosford, Goul burn, tho Hastings and Maiming, the Maeleay, tho Murriunbidgoe, the Murray, Hawkesbury, the Hunter, Wellington and Young, wore represen ted, in most instances by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

CUMBERLAND BUILDING LAND AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. LIMITED. CAPITAL, £100,000. Paid up capital, .WO.OOO Uncalled otipitnl, £15,000. Rcvcrvo fund £?2000. Money received on Fixed Deposit at tho fol lowing Rutea : — . For 12 mouths, 7 per cent per annum, (i months, 6 per cent, per annum, And o per cent, at call. Savings Bunk liranch. — Deposits of One Shilling and upwards received, and six (6) per cent, interest allowed on the Monthly Balance, ftud no notico required for withdrawals. JNO. JAS. MILLER, Manager. Office— Masonic Hall Buildings, George-street riHHE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK 1 BANK. PARRAMATTA BRANCH. Paid up Capital .. .. *.')00,000 'With power to increase to XI ,000,000 KesorvoFund .. .. JCSJIO.OOO ] ntercst allowed on Fixed Deposits at curren rates Bills discounted and advancos mado ou ap proved security. Drafts issued on nil the principal cities in the H. M. TODHUNTER, Mtiuager.

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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Local Topics. AVk would heartily congratulate live parish ioners of St. Andrew's, Sydney, on having tlmiiov. Mr. D'Arcy Irvine appointed as their pastor, though their giiin will prove an exceed ing- loss to the parishioners of St. John's, ran-itmatta, amongst whom, for some while past, in tho capacity of curate, thai genuine earnest Gliristi.m has lived the life of an active minister, loyal citizen and thorough good man. Our hest wishes go with Sir. Irvine in his now and wider sphere of usefulness ! 'While- .such men as he are to bo found i:i the rank and iilo of the ministry of ihe Anglian Church it will be well with llmt institution— for lie is one, who, while staunch to his personal con victions, knows neither narrowness nor prig ishncss nor pharisaism. Jle well merits a special (and undenominational) ' scud oil.' 'With all due respect to the Venerable Arch deacon of Gamden we humbly conceive that a company of young- men might do a deal worse than study the principles of .'Buddhi...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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MR. FARNELL AND THE TO-TALISATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

MR. FARNELL AND THE TO TALISATOR. Ix a recent interview with a repre sentative nf the ' Sunday Times,' Mr. F. Farm-ill, M.I1., unburdened his mind on tho subject of his Totulizaiur Bill, thereby revealing tho fact that ho is very sanguine nf being ab lo to per Kiuule Parliament to endor.-o his pro posal — a proposal which (as ho is reportedto havo said) moans tho 'wiping out of tho jackolls of tho turf, to no body's loss but their own, and to the gain and credit of tho turf as it should bo.' It will bo remembered that in the parliamentary sossion of '79-'8O, Mr. Gakkett did his best to porsuado tho Assembly to endorse his Totalisator Legalising Bill, but in vain. Ho made agoodiight, add.ucingwb.at in our opinion wore good logical reasons for, at least, giving tho proposod measure a trial ; but, as ho said after his defeat, tho champions of tho convontiolo and tho champions of tho ring wero banded togother in opposition to his Bill — tho very peoplo who professed to bo most anxious t...

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There was no Danger. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

There was no Danger. A nice young man approached the Duck Eivor tramenr, and saw to his de light the only vacant seat was by the side of a young lady acquaintance. He made for that seat with joyous .strides, aud her eyes answered his with de lighted looks. Bus just as he got there, an elderly party walked up and dropped into tho coveted seat. Tho young man approached more slowly, and accostod tho vonnn- ladv. ' How is your brother '! ' ho asked ; ' is ho able to get out. V '' 'Oh yes! ' sho answered. ' Will ho bo very badly marked ''? ' ho continued, and tho old gentleman grew suddenly interested. 'Oh no!' she stud, 'with tho ox coption of a few marks on his fore head.' 'Were you not afraid of taking it?' the yound man continued, while the old gentleman broke out in. a cold perspira tion. 'Not at all,' sho replied ; ' I have been vaccinated, you know.-' The seat was vacated instantly, the two innocent young hearts boat as half a dozen, and the prattle of the ' nico talk' strewed tha...

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Toasting the Queen. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Toasting the Queen. The following is a verbatim report of a speech, in giving tho toast of 'Tho Queen,' at a recent agricultural show dinner in Scotland. Tho chairman be gan — ' Noo, gentlomcu, will ye a' fill your glasses, for I'm aboot to bring forward 1 Tho Queen.' (Applause.) Oor Queen, geutfo.uen, is really a wonderf u' woman if I may say it ; she's ano o' the guid auld sort, nao Whigmuloeries or falde rals aboot her, but a douce daecent body. She's respectoblc beyond a doot. She has brocht up a grand family o' weeld faur'd lads and lassies — her auldcst son being a credit to ony mother—and they're a1 wool married. Ano daughter is nae loss than married to tho Duke o' Argyll's son and heir. (Cheers.) Gen tlemen, ye'U maybe no believe it, but I ance saw tho Queen. (Sensation.) I did. It was when I took my auld brown coo tae Perth show. I remember her weel — such colour, such hair!' (Interruption, and cries of 'Is it tho coo or tho Queen yo are proposing'?') ' Tho Queen, gentlemen...

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How the Late Emperor Won his Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

How the Late Emperor Won his Wife. ' What a dear good woman my wife is,' said the lato Emperor Frederick ono day. 'and how warmly she loves mo! She is an excellent house wife, careful of everything, superin tending the kitchen as well as tho ball room. It is now fifton years esinco I married her, and every year has made us happier jjul x mu^b luil %-uu now x won jilt. I was only twenty-four at tho time, and Count Moltke accompanied mo to Eng land as my adjutant. Vicky was a mere child, but so clover, so good and true! Her father and mother, too, were the best parents I have ever known. After a few clays I was in lovo up to nry ears. I could not resist her. I confessed my infatuation to the Prince, who good-naturedly encouraged mo. But the mother was not so kind hearted, and decided that Vicky should know nothing of my suit until after her confirmation. 'However, tho Fates worked in my favour. Late ono afternoon, shortly before my departure, we were riding together in tho shady lanes...

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. SATURDAY, MARCH 23. (Before Mr. H. Byrnes, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Parramatta Petty Sessions. Saturday, Mahcii 23. (Before Mr. II. Byrnes, J.P.) Peter Craig-, lockod up for protection, was discharged. John McOormack was charged with stealing a bay pony, tho property of Sydney Ashton. Constablo llnrkins, stationed at Pott's Hill, stated that from hiforinationreceived ho followed prisoner from Pott's Hill to Sydney Eoad, and found him with a bay pony, branded HI) near shoulder ; arrested him and charged him with stealing tho horse, tho property of Sydney Ashton ; he re plied ' All right ;' ho was under tho influence of drink ; ho said afterwards that tho pony belonged to him. Sydiioy Ashton doposed that lie was a groom in tho omploy of Sandorson, of Bankstown ; ho owned tho pony branded 111) near shoulder ; he bought it from tho 1 Sanies town Pound on tho 28th February, for tho sum of £1 Hs ; on Friday morning McCormack (tamo and asked him if ho would soil tho pony ; ho replied, 'Yes; I will soil it for £.?!,' to which tho prisoner remarked, ' You wa...

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Carlingford. FOUND DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Carlingford. FOUND DEAD. A atAGiSTEHiAL inquiry was conducted by Mr. Henry Byrnes, J.P., at tho re sidence of Mr. Jeffrey Grime, Carling ford, on Saturday, concerning the death of the Chinaman Ah Won, whose sudden death we reported last issuo Mr. Grime deposed that deceased had worked in his orchard over six months. Last saw him alivo on Thursday oven ing, about 6.30 o'clock. Deceased had boon working all day, but did not com plain of being unwell. About a month ago deceased went to see a doctor in Sydney. He returned in a couple of days and resumed work and continued until tho day of his death. Deceased appeared to be a weak man and seemed half starved. Dr. Bowman deposed that death resulted from failure of the heart's action, duo to fatty disease. Tho stomach and intestines were in a state of chronic catarrh ; thero was old disease of tho lungs ; but no external marks of violence or indications of poisoning. Mr. Byrnes found that deceased died from natural causes.

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American Stocks for Phylloxera. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

American Stocks for Phylloxera. A coiittESL'OJTDEXT signing himself ' Pennant Hills ' thus replies to tho article published in our last issue, on titlod ' A Curo for Phylloxera,' taken from tho 'Herald ' : — In a sub-loader of your issuo of tho 21st instant you treat of tho success which has followed tho experiment in France of thero introducing tho hardv American varieties of tho vino as a remedy for phylloxera, and suggests that tho method bo adopted hero in placo of eradication. Did your dis cription of tho application of tho ox pcriment result as you state, we should have by its adoption a remedy against this pest which would obviate any Act; but, unfortunately, as described, tho application would not so avail. As is well known, phylloxera is a disease which affects principally the delicate Europoan vinos, and is caused by tho ravages of an insect which burrows in to and destroys tho roots. The more vigorous and coarser native American vines aro not subject to attacks by this in...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Convicts in Clover. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Convicts in Clover. The bagnio in Now Caledonia is cer tainly not a region of bliss, but neither is it a purgatory, as sometimes repre sented, and the conditions of penal ser vitude aro less sovoro than is generally believed. Tho convicts aro divided into fivo classes according to their conduct marks. In tho courso of abou6 four years a convict witu a goon record, is promoted to tho first class, when his lot is such as to excito tho envy of any French farmer or small property owner. A first-class convict obtains a 'concos- sion,' i.e., fifteen acres of land and a house. He is at liberty to marry a female convict, and lives like a country squire, provided he is a good manager. At Boureli I saw families of convicts who used to drivo to church on Sun days. One of the settlors, aged Go, a native of Normandy, named Poro La Choyimetto, said to mo : — 'I havo now boon ton years at tho bagnio, and for the last six years I havo lived on my concession. I havo sent to France for my two sons, a...

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County Members at Work. KENTHURST ROADS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

County Members at Work. KENTTfTTTf.ST H.OATIS Department of Public Works, Eoads under Trustees, Sydney, 21st March, 1889. Sir, — Eoferring to my letter of tho 20th instant, in reply to ono for warded by you from Mr. J. Homers, of Kcnthurst, on a subject of a devration at the oast end of tho road from Bound Corner, at Dural, to Eouso Hill, I havo now tho honor to inform you that tho papers having been returned to this ofiico from tho Surveyor General's De partment, it appears therefrom that the survey of tho proposed now routo will bo commenced at onco, tho local surveyor being now in tho neighbour hood. — I have, etc., William C. Bennett, Commissioner and Engineer for Eoads and Bridges. — To F. Farnoll, Esq, M.P.

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The Chlorination Works at Clyde. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

The Chlorination Works at Clyde. On Monday last, through tho courtesy of Mr. Downey, in tho absence of tho manager, one of our staff was favoured with a glimpse of the complex machinery in course of erection in tho new chlori nation works at Clyde. Probably there aro many amongst our readers who are entirely ignorant of this most improved method of extracting minerals, and to thorn the following rough description may prove interest ing : — The nninbor of men employed is about 25. A 2o h.p. engine (Mar shall's make) is tho prime mover of tho whole plant. The crude material is first subjected to very rough treatment at the hands of a giant crusher, having been previously carefully weighed ; it is then elevated to a ' hopper ' about 25 feet above tho crusher ; thence it Jiasses in liquid form to tho automatic feeder, which is a five foot Huntingdon roller mill, and performs precisely tho work of a battery, reducing the crude material to a line consistence. This mass, leaving the automa...

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MONDAY, MARCH 25. (Before Messrs. S. Crawford, T. F. Mackenzie and J. Pearce, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

Moxuay, March 25. (Before Messrs. S. Crawford, T. F. Mackenzie and J. Poarco, Js.P.) James Keefe was fined os or 24 hours for drunkenness. George Curtis was charged with dis charging firearms in a public place. The defendant plea-led guilty and stated that ho was shooting flying foxes in a garden in Phillip-street. He did not know that ho was breaking the law. He was fined 2s 6d and 5s costs of court.

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Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 30 March 1889

. Agricultural and Horticultural. (By Westmead.) To -1) am A Smaix Creek. — For small creeks, clams of very siinplo construc tion, will bo sufficient. Whore the height required is not mores than four feet, a dam of earth, brush and logs may be made to answer tho purpose. These dams have a foundation of mud and brush which bind together very inti mately ; tho brush always being laid with the butts down stream arrests all floating or siispended matter which is brought down with the current, and thus adds constantly to the material and tho strength of the dam. Into this brush is interwoven logs and sticks, limbs and stems of trees, and stones so placed that the pressure of tho water tends to hold them down, and tho inter stices aro filled in with earth which is also thrown upon the submerged ends of the timbers. Our smaller illus tration shows a soction of a dam of this kind. A dam made of piles and rock is shown in our larger illustration. This form of dam is suitable for river beds i...

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