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PIGEON HOMING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 20 April 1889
PIGEON HOMING SOCIETY The committee of tho above society held their fortnightly meeting at Messrs. Chatfield and Brown's rooms on Wednesday evening. It was decided to get the advice of Mr. Wight (of the Sydney society) on tho matter of the purchase of a basket for tho purpose of carry - ing the pigeons on race occasions. The schedule of races for the season was completed by tlie addition of two young birds races, ono for a 40-miles flutter and the other for 70 miles, to como off in January next, competing squeakers to bo stamped with the club's stamp in the month of August. Mr. T. D. Little, one of the vioo-presidents, promised a trophy for the first race of young birds. Sundry accounts were passed for payment. Granvillo v. Minmi Rangers. — The above match will be played at Clyde to-day, when a most interesting gamo is expected, Tho fol lowing players will ropresent Granville, and they are requested to bo on the ground ft 3 o'clock :— Runicer, Baillie, Mitchell, Piokeu, Bray, McKenz...
The Washington House of Repre-sentatives. AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 20 April 1889
The Washington House of Repre sentatives. AT WORK. ' ll'mn Jln/cc'« American Commonwmlt/i.) The room in which tho House meets is in tho south wing oi the Capitol, the Senate and the Supreme Court being lodged in the north wing. It is more than thrice as large as the English House of Commons, with a floor about equal in area to that of Westminrter Hall, 139 feet wide and 36 feet high. Light is admitted through the ceiling. There are on all sides deep galleries running backwards over tho lobbies, and capable of holding two thousand five hundred persons. The proportions are so good that it is not till you observe how small a man looks at the farther end, and how faint ordinary voices sound, that you realise its vast size. Tho seats are arranged in curved con centric rows, looking towards the Speaker, whose handsome marble chair is placed on a raised marble platform projecting slightly for ward into the room, tho clerks and tho mace below in front of him, in front of the clerks the offi...
Parramatta Licensing Court. THURSDAY, APRIL 18. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, N. Stewart, and J.E. Manning, Ls. M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 20 April 1889
Parramatta Licensing Court. Thursday, Ai-bil 18. (Before Messrs. II. Byrnes, N. Stewart, and J. E. Manning, Ls.M.) Applications for renewals of licenses wero granted to Mrs. Goddard, Richard Cullen, and Christian Stein. Thomas Road Barber made application for a conditional license for a house at Castlo Hill. Mr. Kompthorne appeared to support the ap plicant, nnd Mr. W. II. Piggott appeared on boluilf of the police to object to tho grunting of the license. He handed in a petition measur ing IN teet -i menes, praying mat me license ue not granted. Thomas Read Barber deposed that ho was the applicant for tho license ; tho neurets house to the ono ho proposed to put up wrs 21, miles away; ho considered that a good houso of accommodation was absolutely necessary fov the requirements of the neighbourhood. The Rev. F. Elder, examined, thought he know all the people who signed the potition : hu be lieved that no person under the ago of l(j|years had signed it ; thero wero -335 signatures. T...
ST. PAUL'S. PENNANT HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889
ST. PAUL'S. PENNANT HILLS. The annual vestry meeting was held at St. Paul's schoolroom, Pennant Hills, on Easter Tuesday, the Rev. G. Mclntosh in the chair. There was a large attendance. The church accounts were passed, and a credit balance of £5 9s carried forward. The old church is in a bad state of repair. One half of the church floor has been taken up and a new hardwood R. Ray. The church roof and fences are in a wretched condition. There is no church glebe in this parish; all sittings are free, and the Church Society only contributes £75 per annum towards clergyman's stipend. All engagements have been met by the parish of Pennant Hills and Ermington. The sum of £57 3s is paid annually to the Church Buildings Loan Fund. A new organ has been purchased for St. Paul's, through tho kind aasistanco of Mr. Rhodes. The churchwardens for the present year are : — Trustees', Mr. F. C. Cox; Peoplo's, Mr. C. S. Gow ; Clergyman's, Mr. AV. Spurway. The usual votes of thanks wero passed. Sever...
ST. MARK'S, ERMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889
ST. MARK'S, EKMINGTON\ The annual vestry meeting was held at St. Mark's, Ermington, on Easter Tuesday, the Rev. G-. Mclntosh in the chair. The finances aro in a very satisfactory i condition. After meeting all expenses, there was a credit balance to tho church account of £20 16s lOd, and to credit of parsonage fund £21 18s 6d . This has been the most prosperous year that tho church inc pninvprl. Tim inforinr nnrl nxfp.rinr of t.Tin church are in excellent condition and the grounds in good order, with no debt and a credit balance to begin the year with. The old churchwardens, who have been exceedingly attentive to their duties, and are a pattern for all church officers, were again elected, as fol lowa : — Trustee's warden, Mr. Joseph Stevens ; people's warden, Mr. R. Cowell ; clergyman's warden, Mr. AV. H. Smith. Arotes of thanks were proposed and carried to. all church work ers, including organist, choir superintendent and teachers of Sunday school, the ladies who got up the school ...
ST. MARK'S. GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889
ST. MARK'S. GRANVILLE. The annual vestry meeting of St. Mark's; parish at Granville was hold in the Church on ?Tuesday evening. The' .vicar presided, and 17; parishioners wore present. The warden's statement shewed an incomo from offertory of £185, and expenditure to the samo amount. Messrs. L. J. Olson, H. G. Burnell, and H. A. Blomfiold were elected wardens. At the p.rmp.luKinn of the vestrv meetinc the annual meeting of the Auxiliary Church Society was held. The treasurer's statement shewed an income of £119,, with ft credit balance of £2 9a. The committee for tho current year was elected, of which Mr. H. G. Burnell, is trea surer and secretary.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889
J. PAUL, /GENERAL CARRIER, Etc. Vans for Hire by the Day or Hour. Furniture Removed with Care. MACQUARIE-STREET, PARRAMATTA R. O. BARTLETT BEGS to intimate to his Friends and the Public generally that he HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS : : as a ' SHOEING SMITH, :iu those centrally situated Premises adjoining Whitemaii's Cornstalk Hotel, Church-street, Parramatta, and hopes by Strict Attention to Business and Good Workmanship to merit a fair share of Patronage. : ; A UCTIONEEES' SPECIAL NOTICE. TO LADIES and GENTLEMEN LEAVING the COLONY. FREDERICK STACK and COMPANY Beg to intimate that they are prepared to conduct SALES of every description, outdoor or at their new Auction Rooms.: -. Parties giving up housekeeping will find it to their interest to communicate with us, as our large connection and experience in Furni ture and General Merchandise places us in u position ito offer special ? advnntages to those who favour us with their business. FREDERICK STACK and COMPANY, AUCTIONEERS and VALUERS...
CHRIST CHURCH GUILDFORD [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889
CHRIST CHURCH. GUILDFORD. On Easter Day throe services- wore held in Christ Church, Guildf ord. Tho ohuroh was tastefully decorated, and all the services wero well attonded. On Tuesday was held the vestry meeting, when the wardens presonted tb,eir accounts, showing an incomo of £82, leaving, after payment of all claims, a oredit balance of £16. . : Messrs. J. Bellinger, Fitz A. Boyd, and I*'. Nicholla wero; ro-electod wardens.
ST. JAMES'S, SMITHFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889
ST. JAMES'S, SMITHFIELP. The annual vestry meeting was held at St. James's, Smilhfield, on Easter Tuesday. The number of persons present was tho largest for many years at a vestry mooting. Tho treas urers financial statement was road and received All claims have been met during tho past year, and'all debts paid off. This is very encourag ing iii a now ? district. The following gentle men were olectcd as Churchwardens : — Messrs. Carter, Simpson and Kenyon.
SECTION III.-POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889
SECTION in.— POULTRY. Coops in order ranged Of tame villatic fowl, — Milton. Colonial game was the fancy, but they oven were not well represented. The British bird, the king of all the feathered tribe, was ignored and no prizo offered. Strange. Duckwings were third class, Whites were good, and Henfeathers were good. Blacks were badlyrepresented (we mean blact game fowls). Black reds, what there was of them, were good. Two entries in each class was about the average. The white Leghorns were very fine, as was a pair of White Cochins, shown by Mr. M. Savage. W. H. Tuckwell, jun., showed some good dark Brahmas. Following are the awards : — Colonial Game, black red, best cock and hen. 1st prize, 5s; 2nd, 2s 6d. Thomas Thompson, 1st. Thomas Thompson, 2nd. Colonial Game, 'Duckwing,' best cock and hen. 1st x-rize, 5s ; 2nd, 2s 6d. Thomas Thompson, 1st. Thomas Thompson, 2nd. Colonial Game (white), best cock and hen. 1st prize, 5s; 2nd 2s 6d. Sam. Hancock, 1st. Edwin G. Crane, 2nd. Colonial G...
SECTION 4.—DOGS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889
SECTION 4.— DOGS Mastiff, greyhound, mongrel grim, Hound or spaniel, braoh or lym, Or bobtail tyke or trundle-tail. — Shdlicsperc. This section, was well represented, the Greyhounds, . Cattle dogs, and Terriers being well to the front: — Best Greyhound. 5s. Thomas Thompson, 1st. Best Beagle. 5s. Thomas Thompson, 1 st. Best Harrier. 5s. Thomas Thompson, 1st. Best Fox Terrier. 5s. Robert Gascoigne, 1st. Best Fox Hound. 5s. William Fagan, senr., 1st. Best Sheep Dog. 5s. John Wood, 1st. Best Cattle Dog. 5s. J. W. S. Campbell, 1st. Best Terrier, smooth black and Tan. 5s. . F. R. Black, st. Best Terrier, broken hair. 5s. George Deemon, 1st.
CASTLE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889
CASTLE HILL. Tho following wero elected at the annual Easter meeting : — Messrs. J. AV. Foster and E. G. Crane, Peoplo's AVardons ; Mr. E. H, Acres, Clergymen's AVardeu. At the conclu sion of the meeting Mr. Acres, in a few friendly words, handed to Mr. Elder a purse contain ing an Easter offering of £27. A similar off er ing of £10 was also handed to Mr. Elder at Baulkham Hills on the previous Sunday evening.
SECTION 5.—VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889
SECTION 5.— VEGETABLES. He spread his vegetable store. —Goldsmith If Goldsmith had been at the show on Monday, he would possibly have revised that line of his after he had seen the vegetable display, and qualified it thusly : He spread his vegetable store, But it wasn't up to much ! To tell the truth (and our orders are 'always to tell the truth,' in opposition to Some of our contemporaries) the vegetables were very poor indeed. There was little and in some classes no competition. Mr. William Fagan was tho only exhibitor in the general collec tion, which comprised 14 varieties, in cluding pie, iron bark, preserving and Bio pumpkins, potatoes, turnips, melons, and cabbage. None of the exhibits call for special mention. Mr. F. H. G. Eogers showed some very good pre serving melons. The tomatoes shown by Mr. Fagan were small, but very fair considering the season. The best ex hibit under this heading was in the non-competitive, in the name of Mr. J. W. Foster, of Castle Hill. . He showed...
ST. JOHN'S. PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889
ST. JOHN'S. PARRAMATTA. The annual meeting of St. John's Church, Piirraniattii, was 'held on Tuesday evening. 'ho incumbent, Archdeacon Gunthor, presi ded, and thero wore also present tho Rovs. G. D'Aroy Irviuo and H. Tato, and Messrs. R. Harpor, H. Byrnes, H. Hughes, T. F. Mackenzie, C. W.Lloyd, F. J. Wiokham, F. T. Watkins, H. M. Todhuuter, T. Dixon, John Taylor, W. Nollor, H.' Camper, Kcmmis, Lucas, C. E. Fuler, Dr. Johnson, H. Cham pion, R. H. Do Low, :W. Dalmas, J. L. Byrnes, H. C. Harpor and H, Edwards. :, . Tho church wardens' statement of accounts for tho past'year gave the following particu lars :— Pew rents/ receipta, £235 6s 3d; ox pondituro, £182- 8a lOd. Offertory Fund, receipts, £503 lls 8d ; expenditure, £739 17a 7d. Evening collections, £215 lls 8d; ox pondituro, £148 12s 8d. The Parsonago aiid' Glebo Rent Accounts statement showed the total debt on the Par sonage to be £1350 lls 8d. The endowment fund amounted to £1531 J2s 8d. Tho glebe rents amounted to £413 19s, a...
SECTION VI.—FRUIT (and Flowers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889
SECTION VI.— FRUIT (and Flowers.) Gardens of golden fruit that had not robbed Tho glittering foliage of rich-scented bloom, And tapering bunches of thich-clustoring beads Which seemed to look tho suushino in their veins. — Austin. Your voicelsess lips, O Flowers, are loving preachers, Each cup a pulpit, every leaf a book. — jr. Smith. All things considered, the fruitdisplay was very fair, although few exhibits woro up to show standard. It has to be calculated, however, that the season is very late, and that the past year or so has been decidedly averse to fruit grow ing. The display was not to be com pared to the exposition at the Cumber land Akgus Fruit Show last February, which would not have been beaten anywhere, and it is a pity that tho county should be called upon to make a display of its staplo industry at such an inojiportune timo of the year. The best exhibits under this heading were the dessert apples shown by Messrs. AV. H. Allen and D. G. High, of Castlo Hill. Both showe...