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TOONGABBIE. Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

TOONGABBIE. Season. The past winter has been the severest in the memory of oldest inhabitants. The dry weather, though exceptional, could have been battled through with out extreme loss, but the intensity of the frosts killed what tbe drought spared, or might have spared. Added to this is the destruction wrought by bush fires.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A. and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

A. and H. Association. A meeting of tbe council of the Castle Hill Agricultural and Horticultural Association was held last week, tbe president, Mr. J. W. Foster, in the chair. A letter was received from Mr. J. Garrard, M.P., stating that the De partment of Lands had consented to the taking in of an extra 2}a. for the show rrmttnrf. A notif.isin tra.« roftPlVAd. nrfiV ing the association to alter the date of their annual show from Easter Monday to Anniversary Day. After a lengthy discussion the matter was referred to the annual meeting. Mr. P. Hockley was elected vice-president, Mr. C. Gibbs councillor. Messrs. Wood, Moore, Hockley, and the secretary were ap pointed to report on the financial position of the association with a .view to improving same.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

REVISION OF THE TARIFFll -GBEAT SEDUCTIONS AT- 1 FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE 1 KIPPERED HERBINGS ) I ENGLISH JAMS, from 5|d per tin. i DIGBY CHICKS \ 7*D PER TIN. ? ? | FINDON HADDOCKS I | SARDINES from 8}d. Best Brands Only. -| Special Attention is directed to the fact that one of the Largest Stocks in the District is on Sale at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE; in fact,. i it is questionable whether any ottnr House buys as largely FOB CASH — hence the secret of LOW PRICES AND FRESH GOODS. Iu addition to tbe Largo 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 m route from London. Five (5) Ton of Best ORO WN SOAP for Sale at 16s per Cvvt. ? Arnott's Biscuits, from 2|d per lb. Arrowroot 4d Alum 3d Baking Powder — Bathos 8d; Champion's, Aunt Mary's, 'Waugh's, Joe Hart's, Burge's, Soyer's 2/9 per half doz., 5/3 doz. Barley (Pearl) 2Jd, or 61bs...

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THE LUCK OF THE OUTRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

THE LUCK OF THE OUTKAM6. A wire from West Australia says: — 'Some rich stone that has been broken in the Hands Across the Sea mine has been forwarded to London by the local director, Mr. P. G- Heid. The stone shows gold freely, and Mr. Ecid is satisfied that the rich stone continues right down.' This is the mine which was discovered by the young men Outram, late of Parramatta.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

[?] A return match b«tVeen ? School and All Bftlnts' College at Bnthuret was played on the Agricultural Ground, The teams were as follow All -'Saints' College: Full-back, Kin znatoh w *obs-idde3 affair, 'the VlaltorBbeing try, j the'g«MmrobtipP*Se9ii |or Sing's Sflhool ;

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THE GUILD EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

THE GUILD EXCURSION. One of the most attractive outings of this spring, will be the Guild Excursion — on the l£th inst. We prediot that (given fine .weather) A big orowd will he transported down the river, to the popular picnio ground mentioned in connection with the. event. Mr. J. Dellow (secretary) «nd his co-workers have got eveiy- j thing 8hip-ahape ; an/i ihp plppiPniB mpHnjrffir j good, lots bf fan, and much quiet enjoyment j will sot be absent on iThnrsday.

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CASTLE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

CASTLE HILL. [PBOll OUB CORES SPONDENT.l Miss Evelyn Bayly, organist at our parish church, was the other day pre* sen ted with a purse of sovereigns by her fellow church workers. The young lady has for a considerable time past rendered good service at the organ, and thus helped materially to beautify tbe musical part of the services ; and as she iB now leaving the district with other members of the family, it was deemed advisable to mark tbe parishoners* appreciation of her good work in the wayindicated. — The business wbiob tbe family have carried 1 on for so long at tbe top of Rogan's Hill, will be managed in future by tbe son, Mr. A. Bayly.

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ON THE ASYLUMS, AND FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

ON THE ASYLUMS, AND FIRE. Speaking at Bathnrst, rc Benevolent Asy lums, the other day, the Hon- S. Smith, Mem ber for Mines, said,— 11 The Legislative Coun^ cil had thrown out an item of £70,000 in the Loan Bill intended to provide proper accommo dation for many who were now in -the asylums and were caged together, and who, If a fire oc curred, would-be burnt to -death. The item would be reinstated in the next estimates, and he hoped it would meet with more favourable consideration.'

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Rosehill v. Royal Oak [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

RosgUU v. Royal Oak A match was played last Saturday between the above clubs on Rosehill's wicket, resulting in a win for the Bosehill by 20 runs. Scores ; Rosehifi Mobbs, 1 and 11 ; Lacey, 8 and 0 ; Miller, € and 7 ; McCroan, 0 and 2 ; Clarke, 5 and 0 ; Newliijg, 0 and Q ; Brown, 8 and 0 ; Tuckwell, 7 ana 4 ; Card, 11 and not out 1 ; AuchterJonie.OaDdOt'Wolker, not out 6 and 1 * Bqnd^es Q apd * f totol, 68 and 30, Bojal Oa£— Tyrkington.6 and 11 ; Nagle, 6and 21 ; Cadden, 0 and 0 { Bates, 9 and 1 ; Gallagher, 0 and not out 0. Brown,! Md 2; Towpdr, ?Sand 3 ; B. Browii^knd 9 { Brown, Ihot out 8 nod pi J.Brown, 0, and HoUiday, 0 and 0 'i sundries,^ and 2 ! V tbtals/81 t&&i47-

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UNIVERSITY LECTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

UNIVERSITY LECTURES. In the Parramatla School of Arts class-room on the 2nd J'rofe.-sor Jose delivered his fourth lecture of ihe present series of University Extension Lectures, on 'The Growth of tho British Empire.' There was again a very good niten-lunc^, including Mr. I). P. OTt-illy, M.h.A., Vuj, An'hdc.icon Giuithcr. and other prorair.iii! t-v,\ri?i.ien, and most of the ladies of the local reaidng circle. The lecturer rin.nl t with tbn ' nni of liiscoverv ' frnni Llip time of Diaz and Da Gunni ; the discovery of Aiiieiic.i und the European expeditions (from Sjiain, France, and England) which visited the New World in search of treasure or in the interests of exploration and trade. The story of the rise of Holland to' a great colonis ing power ; and the peculiar self»govcraing character assumed by British settlements ; the fall of Spain ; and tbe drawing together of British settlements in America brought the history down to the era of William III. when Colonial development first ...

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Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

[?] Britannia v, ^airfield at Parramatta.— B,C.C. : Napthali, BUnber^^vqrs, Bachelor, Brown- Hunqs, I/adkiQ, WWteford, E. HowfH, Tunks, H. Richardson, Carey. ,7 ?, k Union*. Bpndas.flt Pairamatta.*— Unions — Thelte,' Jopes, ; Tafcwiliwii 'Rtigeralj, Bourke, Petars, Wiakhim; Praner 8,, Arnndale^artifis, Oarjick J., Bproaie (I3), -hierln J. (18).

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Local and General. SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

Local and General . SCHOOL OF ARTS. The usual monthly meeting of the eoiuuiitioc was held last Fridaj evening, there being present: Messrs. ? H. M. Tn-llumter (in the chair}, and DcLow. Steber. lllidge. t^uirk, Coates, Muiray, and Hill (lion, k-c.) The minutes of the previous meeting were con firmed. The treasurer's statement showed re ceipts for the month to be £H» 4s (id. \c counts were theu imiv-oJ for payment. The request of the Philharmonic Society, for the tuning of the piano, was agreed to. Mr. Coates then moved that during tbe enduing winter, dancing be discontinued iu the hall of the Institute. Mr. DeLow seconded \tr»t /o niw, and after somo discussion, further consideration was adjourned for a mouth. The purchase of a multh:cript wjis dccided upon. The practice of some subscriber-; of making Jiur^iii.tl /ioIck in book* Jenl (hem, was coiMtlurud, and it was ordered that a cautioning notice he placed upon the library connter. Tlu.- vi-'jiiest of the cliess club for a board a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

/^^ra^6fcB:1SEAS0N.: /// ? -mpare.fpursdves jtefc«i.j?oM $easo-ifby getting in ihehouse Virtoe^s weU-^own^ Irish Mly ^ chemlri nod , sl a OUR LANCERS. Becrnits for the LaDcera and the Cadets will lie wdpomed. It Js always an honoijr lo get (J)t« eiilj£r ol thest? fine norpe. Ijads looking the ' »i)ks should jn|«rvjew KMwk Xbe monthly meettng of the Seven Hills Vigilance Committee of the Fruitgrower's Asso ciation was held in St. Andrew's Schoolroom, Mr. G. W. Pearee in the chair. On the motion of Mr. Meirant it waa deoided to alter the rules so 6s to admit to 'membership all residents of district interested u-frulferoMoc. '. xtio eitinotion of the fire at D. n.ffihderBOns'. oo 'Monday Mi t ti tfieJreditot the B»n»ni«H-teq«H' ? '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

FAMILY EMPORIUM, Churcli Street Noi»th, Parramatta. m R. WILSON'S CASH PRICE LIST. Six lb. Sugar and lib. Good Tea, 2s Sperm Candles, (id per 11). Parafm „ 4^ ,, Pago, 71bs. for Is Tapioca, 7 lbs. for Is Oat Meal, 71b. bag, Is ' / j y//^- Fine Salt, 81bs for 6d Washing Soda, 81bs. for 6d Whiting, 81bs for 6d 3 tins Jam for lOd Safety Matches, 2d per dozen Wax „ 3d per dozen English Pickles, 6d per bottle Champion's Vinegar, 8d bottle ; Fresh Salmon, 7d per tin Large Sardines, 6£ per tin Small „ 3Jd .. Fresh Oysters, 6d Fresh Herrings, Hoffman's Starch, per box C. S. Co.'s Golden Syrup, 5Jd j per tin j Ditto Treacle, 5(1 per tin Corn Flour, 4d per packet Epps' Cocoa, 5d ,, Hover's Baking Powder, 5d tin American Brooms, 6d each j Large Salad Oil, 7id per bottle | Small ,, 4}d „ ! „ Castor Oil, 4§d i Large ,, 7£ ! Crown Soap, 4d, (id, and 8d per j bar Sand Soap, 4d per bar Sunlight Soap, lOird per box Extract Soap, Is per dozin Germea, Is per packet Granunia, Is per packet Biscuits, 3d...

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The "Thornleigh" Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

The 'Thornleigh' Horticultural Society, Thebe was much truth in what [ell from Mr. Hall, the President of the Hornsby and Thornleigh horticultural society, at the meeting of that body on Wednesday night. There has been slip-shod man agement; and the members who con sent to elect dead-men to positions of power and responsibilities — on com mittees , and so on — must take the blame when things grow limp and discredi tublo ; and when good, keen, able men tilk strongly aDout ' declining to oe associ ated with anything discreditably man aged, or dwindling.' It is to be hoped that there will be an effort to galvanise tbe erstwhile worthy society into new ' life. Good men abound in the district, and their hearts are in such work. - Weneed not mention such men by name. Their enthusiasm in the earlier years of tbe society's existence has hall-marked - them in the eyes of all growers and enthusiasts throughout the' district. i; - Why should they not consent to take up Ij. the reins again, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

IF YOU WANT A PIANO WRITE TO US.; , We will Bend our 50-page Catalogue Free, 1 valuable information. We are SOLE AGENTS for the beat | makers, such as STEINWAY RICH. UPP & : UEBEL & L EITER, We make it easy to deal with us wherever yon live. Our Prices are Most Reasonable, for STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS PIANOS. WE SELL ON EASY PAYMENTS. We take old pianos in exchange. We quarantee satisfaction, or Piano to tie returned to us at our own expense. /y PALING AND CO., LIMITED, 338 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. (Established 1853.)

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

Births, Marriages & Deaths. | Prepaid Advertisements under those headings 1 24 words, 1/- ; over 24 word-, '2/- each j insertion, ; MARRIAGE. | BABB— AYNSLEY.— August 14th, 1695, otJ parramatta, by the Rev. P. J. StephojK I .^William S. Barr, eldest Bon of the/latf //ft. 8. Barr, of Ipswich (QueenslajroJI; to / TSmily E. Aynslcy, fifth daughter of / Thomas Aynsley, of Parramatta. DEATH. KE^LY. — On 9th September, 1695, at ifie »/ Hospital for Insane, Parrniup.tta, yKcr.se //J Elizabeth Kelly, of Longford -M*mty, / ? Ireland, in her 25th year. ? / GOODMAN, — 31st July, at Bamsbuiy, Wilt ihire, England, aged 65 \ the behoved V /mother of Aleithea Smith and^Jiomas //^Goodman, Church-street, PflrAmatta, / also, Oscar Goodman, RichmondA'ictoria. THE ®ttmln-rlaitii fm p«ss. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

Parramatta River Steamers and Tramway Co., _ . Limited If TIME-TABLE. STEAMKBS leave Sydney for PaiT&miittii 7, 9, and 11 a.m. ; 1, 3, and 5.15 p.m. Returning : Trams leave Park Gates to meet Steamers, 8.4-5, 11 a.m., 1, 3, and 5 p.m. SUNDAYS. Leave Sydney for Parramatta : 9, 10.30, 11.30 a.m., 2.3C, 3.30, and C p.m. Returning : Parramatta Park, 8.30, 10.45 a.m., 12.10, 2, 4.10, and 5 p.m. Manly Trips every Second Sunday. ALL HOLIDAYS. Every Hour : 7, 7.45, 8.45, 0.45, 10.45, 11.45, 12.45, 1.45. 2.45, 3.45, 4.45, 5.45, P P.rn st -;*ow-', ARCHITECT & QUANTITY SURVEYOR, Corner of CHURCH iind MACQUARIE STREETS, PARRAMATTA. A All jjfcLsses of Building and Renovajdorib, etc., undertaken. / CHAmELDlTlfoOWN, ICE K B ye, YOBS, GEOE&B^&rr^ABEAMATTA. W. 'Watters, SIGN WRITER AND HOUSE DECORATOR, CHURCH-STREET, PARRAMAffTA. /My ? f /Estabjjbhkd 16 Yeajb. Thorpe's Hotel, CHUBCH STBEET, PARRAMATTA NORTH. jg~ENRY THORPE, Pbophietor. The following Brands always in S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

OU A Bit KAK FAST 11ELISH. ; Tr:v Oc-n COUX MEAL I1RKAD Ami WHEAT MEAL BREAD. The (wo lx--t Things' in IJrcad (hat h*nr U-.-- n offered in Pnmtiuattu. j W/$WA- EVi:KVW'i:hi:^/ 'J. Gkangek, Machine Bread Factory, Church St., Parramatta. [Tj-xki'Honk 27J.

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Select Poetry. DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

Select: Poetry. DBOUGHT. The days ate hot, the nights are warm, The grass is p&rch'd and dry, And when the clouds portend a storm, ? Tbw pass unfruitful by ; They threateningly obscure the sky * Before the sun has set, Bnt ere the night has well began, - The stars in heaven are met. All calm and bright in azure fields, »?-??? No sign of moisture there, 'Each passing day successive yields '- ? - A tribute to despair ; ? The earth is shrunken by the heat. Great cracks run through the plain Like open mouths agape with thirst, The thirst which calls for nun. ?.**. ; Denseclonds of smoke come sweeping by From tracts by fire laid bare, And the great sun's red fiery eye ' Bends forth a sickly glare; Day followB day with heat intense, v: . ' And 'when a storm sweeps o'er, Tis but arush of smoke and dust, Some rain spits, nothing more. Jo the great stream beds, muddy holes, Where onee was water deep, . Are filled with rotting carcasses Of cattle and of sheep *, - ' Along the banks in...

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