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American Novelties. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889
American Novelties. Mechanics and others employed in iron factories frequently suffer some an noyance and no little pain from the ac cidental introduction into the eye of particles of steel, iron filings, etc. All persons engaged in work of this kind should carry with them magnets, tho use of which rareh' fails to remove the foreign body. A man in Lonvale, Ga., drove a piece of steel filing into his eve ball a few days ago, aud a surgeon spent seme time in vain endeavours to extract it. Finally he brought a power ful electro magnet to his aid, by means of which the offensive particle was at once removed. It was over a quarter of an inch long, and its, entire length had been embedded in the eyeball. A jar of corn lias been unearthed near Yuma. Arizona, that gives evidence of having been buried in the ground for centuries. Upon breaking tho sealed top it was found to bo filled with corn, weighing about 30lbs. The corn was snow white, and the kernels large and extremely tender. The cor...
Some Notes about the Conference. FRUITGROWERS IN CONCLAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889
Some Notes about the Conference. FRUITGROWERS IN CONCLAVE. There is nothing remarkable about the opening of the Fruitgrowers' Con ference the other day. With a stranger to the business of opening the proceed ings, there would nrobablv have been some minutes of anxious f ussiness and fiddling about for this or that, but the worthy President had 'been there be fore.' ' Nowi then, Mr. Whitaker.' he said, 'it's 12 oclock. We must be punctual,' and without any further ado, before the stolid old growers could realise that the great 'feast' was about to commence, Mr. Lackey was intoning the preliminaries, explaining the course of proceedure, and ' hum-drumming ' the motions on notice. Then the music changed, and he broke off to felicitate the Conference, expressing pleasure at the representative gathering, and conclu ding with hopes as to 'good fruit,' which was the first joke perpetrated, but afterwards 'perpetuated' through out the sittings. *.fr A As one whose business demanded his pres...
Coroner's Inquest. BATHING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889
Coroner's Inquest. BATHING NATALITY. Ox Sunday afternoon Mr. J. H. Bowdon, tlio Piiminuittu, District Coroner, held im inquest touching the death of a little boy named Thomus McGwire, who was drowned in a creek at the buck of the Itosiiitnl for Insane, PiUTiiniiiUn, on Siiturdny afternoon, ntn point wlicvotlio Toongiiubee' Crook mid tho 1'urra mnttn liiver meet. .Basil Alfood, aged S yciir.', deposed t.lisit the deceased unine to him between 1 1 and l'J o'clock on Saturday morning and asked him to go with him to tho bush to get a unlive polo. When they got to tho creek deceased mifrgosted a swim. Witness would not go in, but the de ceased undressed and went in, saying that ho would wallc out some distance mid then divo in to tho bank. Deceased walked out and suddenly commenced splashing about, but, did not appear to be swimming. ] lo did not say a word, but after splashing about for two or three minutes, he laid down on tlie water, faco downwards, as if sleeping. Witness called out ...
The Fruitgrowing Industry. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 April 1889
Tlie Fruitgrowing Industry. No. II. The want of adequate marketing conveniences is tho chief drawback to to fruitgrowing' in tho colony. It is a cause of very deep complaint, and has only not been more loudly heard because the supply not having yet en tirely overtaken tho demand, iho grow ers have secured remunerative prices. But this stuto of tilings will soon end, probably next year, Jif the season is favourable ; and then it will be incum bent on tin1 grower either to savo ex pense in tho disposal of fruit or seek for an enlargement of consumption. To obtain the latter it will bo necessary to bring the grower and consumer together, without the intervention of middle men; and it is impossible to realise what in crease of consumption might bo brought about if tho general public could pur chase at present wholesale prices. This method has partially succeeded fairly well in the Goorge-storot market ; but it is carried out on much too small a scale to bo of benefit to tho now fast gro...
[COPY OF REPLY.] Council Chambers, April 1st, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
['copy oi' reply. 1 Council Chambers, April 1st, 1SS9. oir, — I am instructed by the Mayor to ack nowledge receipt of your coinmuuioation of the 2nd March, and to inform you that it is his intention to carry out tho instructions of the Council in accordance with tho resolution pas sed at its last meeting on Thursday, March 21, 1S89, to enter into an agreement with the Par ramatta Gas Company to light the lamps for a period of 3 three years at £6 per lamp per annum. I am, etc. , Gimkhe E. Youxa, Council Clerk.
[COPY OF PROTEST.] Pitt Row, March 25, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
[copy of protest.! Pitt Row, March 25. 1889. ?lo Alderman Tiios. Muston, Mayor of Pros pect and Sherwood. Sir, — I wish to call your attention to a ro port of a meeting of the Council hold on the 21st of March, in which it is stated that a motion was moved by Alderman Hollier and carried, that in accordance with tho Lighting Committee's report, a contract bo entered into between the Council and tho Parramatta Gas Company to light the presont lamps and others that may be erected at a cost of £6 per lamp per annum, for a term of three years, and that the Mayor ratify said agreement on behalf of the Council. I hereby protest against you entering into a contract with the Pumuiuitta Gas Company, on the following grounds : (I.) That the Lighting Committee's report was not legally before the Council, inasmuch us the Lighting Committee, from which the report emanated, was not convened according to law. (2.) That it is unwise at present to enter into any contract for gas for such a lengthene...
A Protest. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
A Protest. TO THE EDITOR Or THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. Sir, — Will you kindly publish tho enclosed protest, which I sent to the Mayor of Prospect and Sherwood, and which he has not brought before the Council. Since I forwarded the protest, Alderman Hollier (at a meeting of the Council) publicly denied ever having written, signed, seen or sent any such motion to the Council Clerk, thus at once making the whole matter illegal. I might mention that the business papers issued state £!- 6s ;per lamp, and tho Council cannot legally alter the resolution without fresh notices. . — Yours, etc., HENRY T. JONES.
Fairfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
Fairfield. '; Captain ' D. Dale presided at the adjourned meeting of those interested in the formation of a rifle reserve corps at Fail-field, held on Saturday evening at Mr. Dale's hall. 'Lieutenant' Trivett gave some valuable hints upon the working of the corps, and a draft of rules received consideration. There will be no limit to the number of honor ary members, and subscription was fixed at the minimum of 2s Gd per annum. Messrs. Dale .and Trivett were appointed trustees for the arms and aecountrenients issued to the corps by the Government, and officers were elected as follows:— President, Mr. D. Dale ; secretary, Mr. J. B. Trivett ; trea surer, Mr. T. Henry.
Parramatta School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
Parramatta School of Arts. Thk monthly meeting of the com mittee of the Parramatta School of Arts was held on Friday evening. Present : The President (Mr. E. H. De Low,) and Messrs. John Taylor, II. M. Todhunter, A. C. 'Willis, AV. E. Murray, J. G. Fyall, P. Morgan, J. Arundale, G. Pile and J. J. Brenan, hon. secretary. In answer to a letter from the com mittee, the Board of Techinical Educa tion wrote to the effect that a lecturer was available for Saturday evening. It was decided to reply that it was im possible to get an audience for that day. It was decided to embrace all the schools in the Parramatta Public School District in those competent to exhibit in the School works exhibition to be hold in June. The receipts for the month were re ported to be £134 4s 3d, including Government subsid}'. Accounts for in surance, £2 15s ; interest, £22 15s ; and now books, £25, were passed, and a balance of £98 17s Id was reported. Mr. Todhunter reported collecting £20 for the library fund, ...
The Equitable Life's Gains. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
The, Equitable. Life's Grains. 1.il1'K1VVI|''J'lifH' ??'m''1 stjl.temeut. of (be i^mhiblc I ,Ue Assi.rai.oo So-Ji, ly o£ 11l0 Unitoa States is a remarkable ?1,vi1jhit Wl,,m ii is coi^W tllllt this oon^^y staVt'd Mut tttuilj-iuno your* m mevely tUo 100,000 rsnf - this exhibit of 05,0V2,022-!)li dol 'ol,V present assets, of which 120,791,71,3- lo ► ,vs is undivided surplus over tho reserve jilculatcd on tho stringent four por cent, basis, challenges comparison with anything yet shown in tho history ot nto insurance, me miming tenacity of tha officers and the agents of the Equitable Lite during its history has secured a result commensurate with the efforts made and unparalleled in life iii.surance history. The Equitable stands first among all the life insu rance companies of tho world ill outstanding Assurance, in new business, in tho amount of total income, premium income, surplus, an nual iiuTcasc ia assets and percentage of assets to liabilities. It is solidly in the front as one of...
HAPPY THOUGHT LODGE, I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
HAPPY THOUGHT LODGE, I.O.G.T. Tho usual weekly meeting of the above lodge, held on 'Wednesday even ing last- was an interesting one. Bro. J'. Moore presided. Shortly after the opening ceremonies had been gone through, all business was suspended, the officers and members of the 'Prince Alfred ' Division of the Sons of Tem perance were admitted officially, and received a ngnt iiearty welcome. The following programme was list ened to attentively and appreciated by those present: — Recitation, 'How to cure a Cough,' Bro. Dunlop; recitation. 'A September Gale,' Bro. Eogers; duet, 'Whispering Hope,' Sis. B. and A. Staff ; recitation, 'Eernember,'1 Bro. Symonds ; recitation, ' The Honest Publican's Advertisement,' Sis. Tuck well; recitation, 'I'm not Mad,' Bro. Muir ; recitation, ' The Lifeboat,' Bro. Kiugsborough; song, 'Anchored' Bro. Ison ; song, ' The British Lion,' Bro. C.E. Griff en; song, ' Give my love to all at home,' Sister Alice Staff; song, 'Call me back again,' Bro. J. Pickeri...
The Fruitgrowing Industry. No. III [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
Tne Fruitgrowing Industry. No. III. For many years we have isolated re cords of oranges being safely carried to Europe. But only during this last few /jj -ears have shipments been made with. ft the view of testing the British markets, and studying and bringing to light the difficulties incidental to the inaugura tion of a trade in a new article of ex port. The experiments have eminently brought to surface the difficulties, but none which is insurmountable. The points to be arrived at were— 1. Stage of ripeness when the fruit should bo picked. 2. Month in which fruit should arrive in England. 3. How to gather, prepare, wrap, and pack. 4. Kind of packing-case. 5. How it should be shipped in Sydney and disposed of in London at a profit; and 6. How it should be carried. All these points, except the last, have been satisfactorily solved ; and this last does not rest with the fruitgrower. The results may be set down as fol low : 1 . The fruit SHOULD liE GAT1IK11ED after the change of colo...
"CARRINGTON " TENT, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
'CAKRINGTON' TENT, I.O.It. The 85th meeting of the above Tent was held on Friday evening in the 1 School of Arts, Parramatta. Bro. P. ' Morgan, C. E., presided The correspondence included an in vitation from the ' Happy Thought ' lodge, I.O.G.T., for the members to at tend their next meeting officially, and irom Jiro. lieo. a. -U.ar.ns, resigning mo position as D.E., as ho was unable to attend regularly. Bro. II. Ilalmarick was unanimously elected to fill the vacant position, and he ?was afterwards installed by the C.E. The secretary reported pi ogress re returns and balanco statement
Mr. Byrnes and the Fiscal Policy. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
Mr. Byrnes and the Fiscal Policy. TO THE EDITOIl 01' THE CUMDEKLAXD AKGUS. Sir, — I crave room for even another ' rejoinder,' as I think — and no doubt many of your readers think — Mr. Byrnes has asked for it in his letter of tho 6th inst. Ho takes exception to tho word ' rejoinder,' as applied to my first letter. Thus I quote ' Ogilvie's Dictionary,' in proof that the words ' reply 'and ' rejoinder are almo.st, if not ijuitu synoimnous : so that 1113' mistake, if it twists, is not only (as Mr. Byrnes says) 'slight,' but so [slight as to be hardly noticeable : — ' Eojoinder, n. . Something joined on to ; an answer to a reply ; an answer or reply.' 'Eeply, v.i. : To fold back, to mate a return in wards to something said or icritlen ly an other ; to rejoin ? ' The allusion to 'sleeping dogs' seems silly and unneeded. Iu tho first place, I was too much in earnest to at tempt sarcasm. And who cares about the 'dogs,' waking or sleeping ? Cer tainly not conscientious Freetraders, who are ...
Temperance Notes. CUMBERLAND CONVENTION I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
Temperance Notes. CUMBEELAND CONVENTION I.O.G.T. Ox Saturday afternoon the monthly meeting of the executive was held at the residence of the secretary. Bro. Sium ders presided, and there were present, Sisters Solomon, Goodin and Staines, and Bros. J. B. Price, G. Bennett, Jos. Smith, 0. Gambling, A. Dunlop, and J. Button, secretaiy. The secretary road a letter from J. R. Chanibers, containing1 balanco sheet rrf t.rin Tiivovnnnl meetinsr. showintr a credit balanco of 9s 6d. It was ro solved that the i hanks of the executive be conveyed in writing to those who as sisted in making the public meeting so successful. On the motion of Bro. W. B. Smith, it was unanimously decided, 'That in the opinion of this executive, it is de sirable to establish uuder the auspices of the Convention, a course of study in ' Temperance Physiology,' to_ conclude with a competitive examination.' A sub-committee consisting of Bros. W. B. Smith, Price and Button, was ap pointed to devise the best means of carr...
Coroner's Inquests. A SAD DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
Coroner's Inquests. A SAD DEATH. Ox Saturday afternoon last Mr. J. E. Bowden, the Parramatta District Coroner, held an inquest at Auburn, touching the death of n married woman named Hannah Green, who died on Friday last under peculiar circum stances. From the evidence of Miriam Green, a married woman, sister-in-law to deceased, it appears that the deceased (whoso husband was out of employment at Cootamundra) was enceinte, and as she was in reduced circumstances and had to support herself and four chil dren by taking in washing, she became very depressed and resolved to procure an abortion. To this cud she took nine pills on Thursday night and nine on Friday morning; she also admitted to using an enema. On Friday she be came very ill ; and after fainting, wont into a fit and died. Drs. Furnival and Phillips deposed to making a post mor tem examination. They found tho organs inflamed and considerably irri tated. No evidence of any instrument being used was found. The jury re turned a ...
CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. Hornsby 1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. Hornsby 1st Innings. W. Duffy, c Lambeth, b Barton 10 C. Osborne, c Marshalind b Lam both .. .. .. -11 Hawkins, run out . . 0 0. Osborne, b Burton.. ..28 A. Duffy, run out ... ..0 H. Wild, b Miller .. ..13 H. Gregg, b Lambeth . . 2 W. Foster, c Conroy b Miller . . 0 E. Osborne, b Miller . . . . S T. AVall, b Barton . . . . 0 B. Johnston, not out.. .. 4 Sundries . . . . 1 Total .. .. ..107 Bowling Averages. — Barton, 81 balls, 3 wic kets, i\ runs; Miller, 112 balls, 3 wickets, 34 runs ; Lambeth, 18 balls, 2 wickets, 2-1 runs ; W. Hayes, 18 balls, no wickets, 7 runs. . Auburn 1st innings. C. Hayes, o Hawkins b Wall . . 20 J. Lambeth, b Hawkins . . 1 W. Hayes, h.o.w. b Wall, . . 2 W. Barton, c C. Osborn b Hawkins 29 W. Everett, b Hawkins . . It W. Fenton, c C. Osborne b Foster 28 E. Conroy, b W. Duffy . . 49 G. Miller, h.o.w. b Osborne .. 2 Marshalind, b E. Osborne . . 0 31. Hayes, not out . . . , 20 F. Ayres, b Hawkins . . . . 0 Sundries . . 9 Totul .. .. ..174 x...
DEATH IN THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
DEATH IN THE HOSPITAL. Ox Monday afternoon Mr. J. E. Bowden, tho Parramatta District Coroner, held an inquest at the Parra matta District Hospital, touching the death of a married woman named Eosetta O'Manloy, aged about 36, a resident of Auburn, who died at the Hospital 011 Sunday lust, under what was considered peculiar circumstances. However, tho evidence adduced did not go to prove that that the rumours circu lated had much import. Mary Ann Fur-ness, a married woman, residing at Auburn, stated that she had known deceased for about three 3'ears ; deceased came to her at about 3 on the afternoon of the 21st March ; she said she was in very great pain anil asked her for something to relievo her ; deceased afterwards got some ground ginger ; witness gave her some in hot water; deceased sent for witness about an hour afterwards ; she went and found her in great pain ; gave her some hot brandy and advised her to got some body to sit with her; this advice was followed out; saw dcfeasod...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 13 April 1889
SETTEES AND TELEGRAMS RECEIVE PEOMPT ATTENTION. Undertakers, STATE AND REFORM FUNEBALS conducted in the most respectable manner and at Modorate Charges. Lead, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shortest Notice. Wreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards a Speciality—printed as required. Cfanreti Street, Parramatta, New Furniture Arcade. Furniture Arcade. If you are about to FURNISH YOUR HOUSE Come and Walk through our Arcade, and look at our Goods and Prices. English & Colonial Furniture, Bedsteads & Bedding, — AND — AUSTRIAN BENT FURNITURE. Spring Mattresses, full size, from Kitchen Safes, 10s Gd. los. Kitchen Tables, 8s Gd. Chests of Drawers, from 80s. | Drawing Room Suites, from £11 5s. Hardware, Hollowaro, Brushware, Basketwaro, &c. Colonial Ovens, from 7s Gd. Long Handle Shovels, 2s Gd. Garden Barrows, 16s. Good American Axes, 4s 6d. Wire netting from lft. to 6ft.— 2ft., 50 yds., 7s ; 3ft., 50yds., 10s Gd. Corrugated Iron Tanks— 200 300 400 500 600 gallons...