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

. ' 'Tis not liiovluK In mr.nniuul v.ktisj-. iUil we'll do bettor, K'lnpronius ? we'll ' A Large Stock of Spectacles 111^ & Eyeglasses to select /f^y THE LEADING WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLEE, Goldsmith's Hall, Parramatta. FSGXSX&GS t©e»®©®&«-S- Vm. BENNETT, 1 Jurgical & Mechanical g I. .. DENTIST ?? -| j | Church Street, Parramatta. £ ! [ a ' ' y. * ^ Gas Admini-lcred Daily. % || ? ? | - -0-iKi-€OT0e-^0S»03^

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THE GIPSY'S.. DAUGHTER. CHAPTER XIX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

THE GIPSY'S . . . . DAUGHTER. CHAPTER XIX,— (Coitfinwrf.) ^ ? Tom Beynqlds; the steward? Yes, fc/, ? ^tepne ijrfao jnatried the beautifol gipsy 9 giii, and mourned her death bo bitterly?' *3Ionms it yet. yon may eay. roy 6 h^^eobody torn [?] [?] ' I hope 6he'U do well, I'm sure,' fiiiid Lady Clemence. Then she drove home, with her mind | finally relieved, and wrote that letter, bidding her son come and enter politi- ' cal life. But she said not a woril | either of Lady Lenore Morduunt or of I Rose Reynolds. And Sir Victor, with an intense | despair and bitterness in his heart went toward Paris. He felt entirely discour aged, and never wanted to see his wife again. The thought of her beauty mocked him. If to all her short comings she added a positive vice, and I if she was as incorrigible in this nee as she was in minor faults, was not her case entirely hopeless ? How could he tell his mother or introduce her to his friends ? Was there any asylum where he could shut her up and bury h...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
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Ministerial Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

Ministerial Visit. The Hon. J. Garrard visited Toon gabbie and lilacktown on Saturday, when several matters rerjuiriug atten tion were mentioned. The question of the postal and railway disabilities of the district were again brought under his notice.

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

Brief Mention. Persons waste water, these times, delagiog their lawns. As sach things take plaoe in the centre of the town, offiolfu activities should be beard of. The death of Nurse Kelly caused a deep wave of genuine feeling to sweep through the H.I., jParramatta*. And, in fact, through all Parramatta North. For all manner of repairs to watches, clocks, and jewellery, go to O. E. Richardson, removed Large crowds on Friday and Saturday even* ings crowded the footpaths near the Fiike I'ujvs* office, IrjinR to get full studies of Mr. T. W. Pollock's uew spring millinery and drapery. The Parramatta Bench would take a com mendable step if they directed departmental attention to the manner in which many of the local police prosecutions are conducted. Mayor Byrnes says he is determined to leave the Council's current accounts free of overdrafts at the end of his term. No work shall be done except what is absolutely ne cessary. Alderman Ferris had more to say on Monday night re the obscuri...

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

T. W. POLLOCK, DRAPER. MIL1INEK and CLOTHIER. VICTORIA HOUSE fuller s buildings CHURCH STREET, Is Now Showing .... OftDIKlO 00^11^0 Newest, Most Fashionable, . . . In Each Department 1 I w v)l 1^ an^ Best-selected Stock. Dress Department -5 y/3 Large Bange of New Muslins. ' i Zephyrs in Plain, Stripes and Checks. GaJateas — Strong, Heavy, Good Value. Prints and Sateens, Light and Dark. New Shades in Cambric for Blouses, Fast Colours, Newest Designs. Shirting Prints, Newest Colours and Stripes. Pongees, Llamas, and Delainetts in a large variety of Pretty Designs. 1 Fancy Costume Tweeds. Silk and Wool Mixed Tweeds. Fancy Spring Coatings. Wool Beiges, Crepons. Black Grenadine. I Black and Coloured Cashmeres. 1 Nun's Veiling, etc., etc. - Haberdashery Department This Department is now well assorted with all Plain Haberdashery. Also Novelties in Bead Trimmings. Fancy Buttons. Combs. Brushes, 1 Perfumery. Soaps, i Belt Buckles. - Purses. Baskets, etc., otc. * Millinery Millinery j Ladies1...

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PROSPECT AND SHERWOOD. Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

PBOSPECT AND SHEEWQOD. Hmiicipal ConnciL The Council was held on Monday, 2nd inst Aid. Perry alone was Absent. Incoming Corbespokdbncb. Letter (circular) from Wlckhaxn Conndl, asking co-operation in proposal to provide for election of Mayor from municipal body by the ratepayers.— Received. Letter (circular) from National Aeodstioo, in opposition to proposal to impoee a land tax uu MwnwBUBu «ott ummwnmtiwu wb alike.— The Mayor said he baa always bald that any land tax should be impoeed through a Looal Government Bill : it would be fairer and more easy of collection. He had always held that Local Government should preoede the imposition of a land tax, so that all dis tricts could ' start fair.' He agreed with the contentions in the letter. — Aid. Jones spoke to similar effect. — The letter wasrooeived ; Coun cil's support to be given. Letter (oircnlar) from Municipal enclosing a petition for signature against present land tax proposals. — The Major moved; ' That the letter be received...

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

rjlEA DRINKERS! fJlEA DRINKERS! ' ? | fJlEA DRINKERS 111 Jj ECONOMISE. ECONOMISE. ECONOMISE- - IT IS. AN ADMITTED FACT THAT L1 ^ 2 E'S T 2 WS1 At 1 /- Per Pound. Is Equal to any Tea in the Market at Is .9d. ? ' ' ' M Clb. £ 12lb. Tins. Satisfaction Guaranteed, or Cash retained. - '| IS' TRY IT. TRY IT. TRY IT. . *'\J Sole Propbietob— TOOHBY, | PRODUCE MERCHANT, Comer CHUBCH -t . ' j PHILLIP STS., PARKAMATTA. ^ All Produce at Lowest Market Rates.

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Fenny Postage Radius. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

Fenny Postage Radius. A deputation consisting of residents of Toongabbie, Baulkham Hills, Seven Hills, etc., introduced by Hon. J. Garrard, M.L.A., waited upon the Postmaster-General to urge the exten sion of the penny postage radius so as to cover their district. Messrs. Colbert, Oakes, Pye, and other speakers pointed n,,f. nsonll.r „„.W tbe district they represented laboured in the respect brought under notice. The Postmaster-General acknowledged the weight of the representations made ; but said that it seemed the extension of the radius would only push the difficulty on to adjoining districts. The matter seemed, logically, to raise the question of a general penny postage rate through out the colony. As to the fine levied for insufficient postage on letters re ceived in the districts represented, he thought this might be dispensed with, and would see if the idea were practic able.

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

Dangerous Engines. The ordinary causes of bush fives are always more or less supplemented by the danger from sparks emitted by rail way engines. Only a few days ago at Wentworthville a spark from a passing train was blown on the inflammable grass adjoining. In a moment this was in a blaze, but fortunately the incident was observed, and the fire was fought out by some lads before it could fairly get going.

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

mENDElfe 'W9W- -*? W- HILL, Amhlteot/)^ / Opp. Bank N.S.W., Oeo^^C LOI&, op Thursday. Chennc for -pat — on »e A.J.8. Bank, Pairamat223fr H. Vidnr US favor of James Monro. ^HMnrat stoppA/ Tinder rewarded on ntmi Krto JAB. JtUNBO, Bntoher. Church -Btreetf ? ^ H. O. GUILD, PABBAMATTA. / GRAND Annual excursion, / /llm And SPORTS // '// To CHOWDEB , BA5V \±* ATHUBSDAY, SEPTBMBfiB IB, 1B3S. The fast and oomiuaUouaafeMner Pheasant (Captain tlanoe) will Tram 'Wharf at 8.80 sharp, wiling Mid^vurve^ jSnd No. 4 Jetty, Circular Qiufl?¥nRlaaLnx. Third BeglmairTBand^ Wper, and Violinist E^$0KBTB— Abjilts, * «d; Children, Half Driofc: Svdnev. 2s. Trams leave Qbiaroh-street oomer at 7,M and 8. Tiotate from Committee. . , *? OEliLOW, Hon. S*e.

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

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

Boots i ' Boots i i Boots i i THE CELEBRATED 1 I BOOTS K' & SHOES EASE AND COMFORT. * N WEAR UNEQUALLED, -St. ONE TR&L WILL PROVE THE jAcr. F A LARGE ASSORTMENT at LOWEST PRICES, of Children's, Ladies1, and specially Gentlemen's Goods, of the Best Continental *1 Makers, always kept at ^ H. R. BARRY'S, J Off. POST OFFICE, Jj PARRAMATTA. ' = g; Wanted, To Let, &c. c ? s AGAIN thjp'month all-JJogs have to be ai Regigfr^red. Send -8/9 in stamps, and w partioulaps to FREE PRESS OFFICE, and pi we will attend to the rest. oi EE6..-/W ANTED, Strong Colonie/ ol p B *4J fn any kind of Boxes. w Send lowisf price, and particulars, to ?'AJtos,' ?' this office. ? * ? / ^ DO not DELA^C bnt COME/-o MASON'S Z YEARLYraEMNANT £&LE. No puff. JJ, FOR SAIJ|^£ow8, just on point on cal/ng. tt SpleimymlkeTs. -/* n* ? / 8. R. WAT^NS. OR SALE^B good Milking Cows(chaip). .* App] fjy. DONNELLY, iunctioq^yDoa- g ville and Sftmpy roads, Granville. / FOR 8UJ £ Good Hack ; also, Cifr...

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

INSURE YOUB LIFE. Take advantage of the Netc Life Assurance Table creaUd by the LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND CLOSE ' THE GREAT FERE & LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE WOULD,' Under which only Half the Amount of Ordinary Premiums, are payable by the Assured during the First Five Years, whilst full amount of policy will be payable in the event of death after payment of the first annual premium. Sy ^ EXAMPLE : / ' Age exceeding 20 .. £0 17 11 per annum Age not exceeding 40 . . £1 12 8 per annum „ „ „ 25 .. 1 0 5 „ ? ? 45 .. 1 16 7 „ ? 30 .. 1 3 C „ ? 50 .. 2 7 5 „ ? 35 .. 1 7 4 „ „ „ „ 55 . . 2 19 5 „ The Payment of the Above Annual Premium* m'enre* £100 in the event of death. The-*.- Tennfi are the MOST REASONABLE yet submitted by any Life Assurance Company. Total Assets to 1894 . . . . . . £9,374,598 sterling Total Claims paid . . . . . . £30,431,812 srerling Total Net Claims paid in Australasia £I;904,000 sterling Total Annual Incomc . . . . . . £2,336,563 sterling Head Oilicc for ...

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

THE ATTENTION OF THOSE DEBIBXKG k gPSAI P9MP Superior in character to any yet offered to tbe Public, is directed to H. T. Smith's Patent. It is strongly made, the Pump being ot large size and the best material. All valves and working parts are made of metaL THE/LifflGE COPPEB AIE-CHAMBEU alloire of a continuous stream or spiay being kept up without oonstant pumping. By changing the nozzle the maobinc forms a good Garden Sprinkler, and can be used for washing windows and buggies, extinguishing fires, etc. Its proper use in the Garden or Orchard means SUDDEN DEATH to all forms of Scale Life, Aphides, Codlio Moth, Fungus growths, and other pests which are at present destroying nearly all the orch ards ana gardens of Australia. Has taken the GOLD MEDAL at the recent Hobart Exhibition. H. T. SMITH & CO. 543 Qeorge-st, Sydney. Robt. Lightfoot, BUILDER /AND CONTRACTOR. Efithnafe^given for all kinds of RepsaC AUBURN ROAD, AUBURN. Jas. Munro, FAMILY BUTCHER, CHURjSHW' SOUTH, pabbaija...

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

THORNLEIGH. . [Feom oub Cobeespondent.] - Mr. Michael, who left here a few Kf0mdBjgg;.fo take UP his residence in ^i^''C(^mgfo^ hi&'iiot;been enjbjing the ibc® ifhfeejth lately.; and it. 'ib Stated that he intends to take a soa-trip Et'-*tihortly. A couple of balls are to eventuate in ? our township. One is fixed for Friday next ; the other for that day week. No very startling good news has been received from the liuls, from this dis trict, at Coolgardie. The only find of consequence up to the present reported, was not very encouraging. The party found one morning, that one of their valuable horses had given them tho slip, ? and had crossed the Styx in fact. At latest advices, the boys wore moving about from place to place looking for Great Boulders and Londonderry's. A minstrel entertainment is being organised by some friends in aid of a Richmond River family — that of Mr. j Gaplan — lately rendered homeless : through a stroke of bad luck. The sufferers in this case are rel...

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

DUBAL. Fboh Ocb Gobbbspondent. It is with tbe deepest regret, that I have to report the almost sodden death ot Mr. William Best, whioh took plsje last Saturday morning. The sad news spread through the district very quiokly, and was a shock to all who heard it, as very few residents knew of his short illness ; and those who did know had not the slightest idea that the illnesa was dangerous. Just a week previous to his death be felt a chill whilst ttrnrtrinff In Mo niwilrinrr ab«i1 toklnh Iti * tem days developed into a severe oold with inflam mation of the lungs, bronchitis and pleurisy ; and at the last be also suffered from weakness of the heart's aotlon. He 'was*attended by Dr. Doudney; but, despite medical skill, he suo oumbed, just a week from the time when first he felt the ohill. He was the seoond sou of the late Mr. Thomas Best ; 47 years old ; born and reared in the district, in which he was held in the highest esteem,— having many friends, but not an enemy. His funeral, whi...

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A Interesting Licensing Case. A COMPLIMENT TO THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

A Interesting Licensing Case. A COMPLIMENT TO THE POLICE. A case was heard before the Licens ing Bench, Parramatta, on Monday last, the result of which can only be in terpreted as a strong unique compli ment paid by the magistrates to the reliability of the police ofliccrs in volved. William Miles was chnrgwl with selling liquor on Sunday, 1st Septem ber. Mr. Levien appeared for the defendant. Senior Constable Davis deposed that he and Constable Trevilliau wont to Auburn, on Sunday, 1st inst. About 4 o'clock saw three men enter the Rail way Hotel kept by defendant. Went to the front door ; knocked. Heard some one inside say ' mine's beer.' In consequence of a short delay, witness stood on Trevillian's hand and looked through the fanlight which was then open. Saw defendant handing a long glass containing beer over tbe bar. Said to defendant ' Now, Mr. Miles ; be quick and open the door.' Constable Trevillian then drew himself up, and looked through the fanlight. Shortly after, the fr...

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

GALST0N. It Is proposed to convene a meeting of resi dents to consult with the tru8te«&efthedi(ircb re the legal difficulty that baa Miam over the question of ownership. Tb* (which utands on a seotion given bj Mr, Hobbs) cost something under £190, of whioh amouot £28 remains as a debt. As soon u m amtahlo understanding has been come to, a special effort will be made to reduce this indebtedness An agitation is now on foot to secure the opening of a direct road from Calabash ri^e? to Berowra Creek, so as to enable growers to* send produce etc. by river to the metropolis.

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Interesting Court Cases. "AT CURTIS'S HOTEL." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 14 September 1895

Interesting Court Cases. 'AT CURTIS'S HOTEL.' On Monday last, at the Parramatta Police Court, before F. W. Edwards, P.M., and Messrs. R. Harper, and F. Beames, J.P., William A. Crane was charged under the Licencing Act, with refusing to quit the licensed premises of C. Curtis (at Auburn) when requested on Mrs. Curtis deposed that on the day mentioned in the information defendant was kicking up a disturbance at the hotel. He refused to leave when called upon to do so. Subsequently he was arrested on the premises, by Constable Macnamara. The defendant went into the box. He said Mrs. UurtiB B Drotner waB nailing up the door. Mrs. Curtis accused witness of smashing in the door. He denied having done so. Mrs. Curtis told him to go out. He went out. He was at present on leave, under the First Offenders' Act. The Bench inflicted a fine of £1, levy and distress. LANUDAOE. The same man was charged with using obscene language at the same time and place. Mrs. Curtis again gave evidence. Sfittt...

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

PENNANT HILLS. (fbom our cobrespondekt.) Now that we have got to tha dignity of a proper line of coach coounnaication with Parramatta (a boon which we hope the business owners of the ' historic ' will appreciate) we may urge some im provement in respeok of our mails. For long, things havs- been far from satis factory. Letters from Parramatta to persons Qui in parts of our district havev stranee to sav. to cm rnnml Kv Hurlnn,. . a state of things which means much delay, and is calculated to induce heat, and temper, and ' language ' ; and to bring about business loss. Why cannot we have an improvement in respect of the looale of our post-office : why cannot it be fixed at Mr. Thompson's (tore ? ^ That gentleman would, we are sure, give ms attention to the office; as he and his family are admittedly well qualified to give satisfaction to the district in that particular. And why cannot our mails to and from Parra matta, be carried direct, and delay and. loss obviated 1 Echo answers why ...

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