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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

Local Topics. Unless public spirit and Iovo of fair play is extinct in the breasts of the lieges of Parramatta they should certainly take steps, in public meeting duly assembled, to protest most ener getically against any credenco being placed in the grossly conceived misrepresenuttions of the propagators of tho statement that Parra matta is plauue-smittlen ; whereas, in sober truth, both the quantity and the quality of the disease now existent within the borough and suburbs is by no means abnormal for the seas on of the year. That there is room for many local sanitary improvements— that succossivo Governments have been much to blume for postponing (or preventing) the construction of an urgently needed local sewerage system — we do not deny : but, at the same time, wo are free to maintain that, notwithstanding evory sin 'whether of omission or commission that can bo charged against the Borough Council— notwithstanding all tho laches of Gov ernments in tho past — tho vital statistics...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sports and Games. ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

Sports and Games. ROSEHILL RACING- CLUB. Following are the handicaps for the meeting of the Rosehill Racing Club, which commencos to-day and will bo continued on Saturday next. The extraordinary entries recoived for the meet ing should make tho sport unusually attrac tive : — Fibst Day, May 1. May Stakes. Six furlongs. st. lb. st. lb. Keith ... ... 0 10 Shooting Star ... 7 2 Mauton . ... 9 8 Commissioner ... 7 0 Paddy ... ... 9 S Komisch ... 7 0 Volcano ... 9 0 Liidy Alice ... 7 0 Steel Arrow ... 8 10 Hoppicker ... 7 0 Nonsense ... 8 7 Marvel ... ... 6 12 Industry ... S 7 Ohio ... ... « 12 Centaur ... 8 7 Creeper ? 6 12 Amiua ... ... 8 5 Bonn Vista ... 6 12 LaValottc ... 8 5 Scatterileld ... 6 12 Nectarine ... 8 5 'Wilbeiforce ... 6 12 Lord Prix ... 8 3 Margot ... ... 6 10 Gagcd'Anio'r ... 8 3 Quicksilver ... 6 10 Spoilt Child ... 8 3 Bracmur... ... 0 10 Golden Crown ... 8 0 Butterfly ... 6 10 Glen Elgin ... 8 0 Tho Telegram ... 6 10 Cinaron .. ... 7 12 Alarm ... ... 6 10 Talisman ....

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Unslaked Righted at Last. CHAPTER XXXVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

Unslaked Sighted at Last. CHAPTER XXXVIII. He passed on, with that insensibility to the fato of others which characterises people when in dreamland. His feelings were numbed as his eyes wero dimmed. Tho sense of humiliation at tho utter failure of what he had believed to bo so ..'certain of success .produced ono pain of which he was conscious, and which no drugs, fatigue, or reason had power to subdue. If the money had been his own, ho could huvo borne with comparative calmness the over-throw of his hopes and the ridicule of thoso who had from the first called his project folly. But dospito tho assurances of Mr. Shield and of Mr. Shield's solicitors, Philip had never regarded tho money otherwise than as held in trust ; and tho loss of it was as bitter as the des truction of the beautiful palace he had built in air. Cullen The only bit of ballast left him was the dogged conviction that the princi ple which he had endeavoured to carry into practical effect was a right one, and would b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

THE AND I FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED EVEEY SATUEDAY MOENING AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS | OF 1 PARRAMATTA AND SURROUNDING I DISTRICT. ' »? d Subscription, per quarter, in advance 2 0 Do. booked .. ..23 ; Single copy . . . . . . ..02 I Teems op Adveetisino : ; s. a. i Three lines ? 10 I Six lines ? ..19 ! One inch ? 2 0 ! Each additional inch . . ..20 ; Births, Marriagea and Deaths | (each) .. ... .. 1 0 ) Spcuiiu terms for advertisements ordered by I the quarter. ; Casual advertisements must be prepaid, cx i cept in the ease of firms or persons having ; running accounts with us. S Persons ordering advertisements on behalf of I nny olul) or society -will ho hold personally re \ sponsible for the payment of same. ? Advertisements must state upon the face of ! them the number of times they are to bo in - sorted, otherwise they ?will bo continued and .! charged for until countermanded. i LITTLE & CO. ; September 24th, 1887. \ CHATPIBI^D & BROWN, \ riCENSED SURVEY...

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The Population of the United States. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

The Population of the United States. According to the latest official report from America the population of the United States number no fewer than 61,702,000 souls. The first noteworthy increase in the number of the population of the States took place between the years 1800 and 1870, when thero was an influx of 7, 000, 000 of persons added toth© normal population ; again, between the years 1870 and 1880 the addition to the indwellers of the States was quite 12,000,000. The decade from 1880 to 1190 bids fair, according to present statistics surpass all previous esti mates, as the population is expected to reach no fewer than 15,000,000 ; thus more than doubling the numbers of twenty years ago. Up to the year 1888 the number of persons of different uationalities who, from many causes, had ceased to find a foothold upon their native soil was given as follows : — Of Englishmen in the United States there are 114,000; Germans, 110,000; Italians, 40,000; of Norwegians there are 18,000 ; Sw...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

Agricultural and Horticultural. [By Westmead.] Memoranda for May. — Subjoined memoranda are from Shepherd's Calen dar : — Flower Garden. — This is a busy month in the Flower Garden ; it is the best for planting nearly all kinds of hardy shrubs, including Hoses, Abuti lons, Sweet Yerbena, Aucabus, Brug mansias, Buddleas, Bos, Oestrums, Daphnes, Deutzias, Diervilleas, Ery thrinas, Escallonias, Habrothamnus, Hibiscus, Hydrangeas, Justicias, Neri ums, Philadelphia, Spirtcas, Tecomas Yeronicas, &c, £c, &c. Should a growth in Fuchsias have takenplacetake off the cuttings, when from one to two inches long, and put in a well drained pot with some peat and sharp sand; place them in mild bottom heat, and plants can be grown from them four and five feet high, fit for exhibition in November or December. Put in cut tings of all soft wocded plants. Con tinue to shift into larger pots Calceo larias, Cinerarias, &c. Look out for thrip, rod spider, and other diseases on young...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE C. H. SHOW SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

THE 0. H. SHOW SETTLING. Although tho course which tho pro ceedings took at the settling-up after the recent Castlo Hill Show and Sports was less objoctiouable than that which so unadvisedly was followed at the pi e vious year's settling (when holeinthe cornerism reigned supremo), it was not by any means ono to bo commended, as we fool perfectly certain a calm perusal of tho report of the meeting in question (which appears in another column) will compel tho candid reader to admit. Tlio most poculiar conduct of the chairman Mr. C. E. Fuller (ono of the vice presidents of tlio Association) speaks eloquently for itself. Could anything, we venture to ask, havo been more in delicate than that conduct? We trow not. Mr. Fuller, with extraordinary iurpudonco, coolly confessed to having ' disinterestedly' utilised his vicepresi dential position to tho furthering* of his own businoss interests 'for tho good of tho Association' (!) — to having as a vice-president sanctioned expenditure (that h...

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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MAY 4. THE BOROUGH AND ITS "PLAGUES." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

THE FEUITGKOWBKS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MAY i. THE BOROUGH AND ITS 'PLAGUES.' Thixgs municipal in Parramatta nre in a bad way, because of a sorions nuisanco arising out of the solfisli in consistent conduct of certain members of tho Borough Council, as of certain 'outsiders,' who find a profit in speak ing ill of all local action that is not performed precisely at their bidding. And this very patent nuisanco is in tensified by tho oxefaeding limpness of the present occupant of the Mayoral chair. Mr. Beajies makes a bad Mayor: lie allows aldermen far too much latitude ; avid, instead of ruling, surrenders himself a meek victim to tho tender morcios of such cruel ob structionists as Aldermen Taylor, Kitciujk, and Booth — hence questions of vital import to tho truo welfaro of tho Borough drift into tho condition of those suits of law, which bj' tho chicano of attorneydom becomo ' botli infinite and immortal.' Mr. Alderman Tay lor, whoso duty it should be, as mem ber of Parliament for the...

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Maloga Mission to the Aboriginies of Australia. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

Maloga Mission to the Aboriginies of Australia. TO TIIE EDITOK Ol' TUE CUSIM5RLAND AKHUS. Dear Sir, — It is gratifying to us who lire engaged in this important work to mark the growing interest in religious circles on its behalf. After fifteen years active service, and succes ful labour, Mrs. Matthews and I aro about to pay a brief visit to the old country. We sail (God willing) from Melbourne with two of our dear blacks — Paddy and Jenny Swift — who aro brisrht, and haunv specimens of God's con verting grace. Our object is to illustrate to Ihe people of tho United Kingdom, the power of the Gospel to raise tho fallen and degraded blaoks of these Southern lands. It will be known to many of your readers, wo are no longer connec ted with the Aborigiuies' Protection Association of Sydney. We have been led to see that we can more effectually go on with tho work as we originally did from 1874 to 1886. Letters may.be still addressed to the Mission, or to 'R. W. Johnston, Esq , 15 Swanstou-...

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Canley Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

Canley Vale. St. Paul's Ciiueoh. — Sunday last was a joyful day for the xicople of Canloy Vale. It was the occasion of the opening of the New Church. Tho Archdeacon of Camden was present to l'epresent the Primate. Ho was assisted by tho Rev. John O' Conor, who is in charsre of the district, and the Rev. Mr. Vidal, iCurate of Liverpool. The Service com menced at 3.30 p.m by the Archdeacon reading Psalm 24 according to the dedication service. Prayers by the Archdeacon, Psalms by the Rev. John O' Conor, and tho lesson proper by tho Rov. Mr. Vidal. The responses were takeu up heartily by the Congregation and tho singing was good. The sermon by the Archdeacon was practical and to the point, and was much appreciated by a largo congregation. It must have been very agreeable and- pleasing to those who took an interest in church work at Canley Vale to see their efforts crowned witli success. The day kept fine and the people were glad. The people here are thankful to the friends outside the d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

/lUMBEKIiAND BUILDING LAND \J AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. LIMITED. CAPITAL, £100,000. Paid up capital, £20,000 Uncalled capital, £15,000. Revcrvo f und „ iI-2000. Money received on Fixed Deposit ut tlio fol lo.wing Elites : — For 12 mouths, 7 per cent per annum. 0 months, 0 per cent, per annum, And a per cent, at call. Savings Bunk .Branch. — Deposits of One Shilling' and upwards received, und six 16) per cent, interest allowed on tlio Monthly Balance, and no notice vequhed for -withdrawals. JNO. JAS. MILLER, Manager. Office Masonic Hull Buildings, George-street) rpiIE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK ! BANK. PARRAMATTA BRANCH. Paid up Capital .. .. .£500,000 With power to increase to £1,000,000 Reserve Tuna .. .. £310,000 Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at ouiren vutcs Bills discounted and advances made on up proved security. Drafts issued on all the principal oiticB mthe H. M. TODHUNTER, Mumiger.

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Parramatta Licensing Court. THURSDAY, MAY 2. (Before Messrs H. Byrnes, N. Stewart and J.E. Manning, Ls.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

Parramatta Licensing Court. Thursday, May 2. (Before Messrr. H. Byrnes, N. Stewart und J.. E. Manning, Ls.M.) An application for the transfer of the licence of tho General Bourko Hotel, Church-street, from Robert Jlorwood to Timnihy Scanlon, was granted. An application fur tho transfer of the licence of the Royal Oak Hotel, Rook wood, from John Madden to Patrick Lohau, was refused. The billiard licence of the Albert Hall, Urun villo, was transferred from Alphaeu,s Hess to Joseph J. Hyiucr:

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

CRICKET. Albion v. Field of Mars.— This match was played at Fiold of Mars on Saturday last and resulted in a draw. The Albions were first to bat and only put together 58 runs, Andrews going all through the innings for 31 (not out) At the call of time Field of Mars lost 6 wickets for 44 runs, Spurway playing best for 8 not out. For tho Albions Andrews bowled well, his average being 72 balls 8 maiden overs 4 wickets and 12 runs. Kirby bowled best for Field of Mars. Albion — 1st Innings. Andrews, not out . . ,.31 Sprowlcs, run out . . . . 7 Egans, b, Kirby ? . ... 5 Orai-lick, c, b Kirby . . . . 2 Brotherson, b Kirby ... .. 0 Peters, b Kirby . . . . 1 Jno. Smith, 0, b Spurway . . 2 Wilkinson, b Spurway . . 1 Dalton, (sub) b Kirby . . . . 1 Fitzgerald, (sub) b Kirby , ? 1 F. Guerin, (sub) b Kirby . . 0 Sundries .. .. 4 Total .. .. 5S Field of Mars— 1st Innings. Kirby, run out . . . . 8 Co well, b Andrews ... . . S Spurway, not out . . . . 8 Savage, b Andrews . . . . 5 Webb, c, b Androws...

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CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. Coates v. Auburn. — This match was ad vanced another step on Saturday last when tho Coates completed their innings for the respectable total of 242 runs. Spears, Bennett, Nagle, and Sweeny being the principal contributors. Auburn at the call of time had lost three wiekets for 51, Fenton, Marshalena, and Conroy being the batsmen disposed of, Lambeth, Barton, and Miller bow ling well for Auburn, as did Byrnes and Spears for Coates. Owing to the bad light, the Aub urn lost three good wickets, it being impossible to see the deliverises of the bowlers. The fol lowing is a detail of the match as far as it has gone : — Coates 1st Innings. Bennett, b Barton .. .. -18 Calver, R., run out , . 23 Byrnes, J., b Miller . . 1 Spears, J., b Barton. . . . 89 Tunks, M., b Miller.. .. 6 Tunks, H., c and b Miller . . 12 Sweeny, W., b Lambeth .. 18 Doimen, b Barton . . i Nagle, not out , . . . 20 Tuuks, 'W., b Lambeth . . 10 P«ton, h.o.w. b Lambeth .. S Sundries . . . . 0 Five wic...

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Mrs. Cunynghame's Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

Mrs. Cunynghame's Case. We clip the following letters on the above subject from tho 'Sunday Times' of April 28th. : — Sir, — I am glad to notice that you, as well as other journals, have called attention to the very arbitrary and indecently sudden removal of Mrs. Cuuynghamo from the position of superintendent of Macquarie-street Asylum, a position which, as a trained nurse, she has filled for a period of some fourteen years to the satisfaction of the late manager, Mr. F. King, tho medicnl men, clergy, visitors, and members of the Press, as also to tho inmates themselves, What peculiar qualifications or Asylum knowledge has Mr. Sydney Maxted shown that he should be so suddenly promoted from an officer of tho P. O. School, Parra matta, and boarding- out officer, to the im portant position of Director of Government Asylums? And why should an old public servant be so summarily dismissed at the caprice aud upon the mere dictum of this nowly appointed director ?— himself probably un acqua...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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CENTRAL CUMBERLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION. The committee of the Central Curaberhmd Cricket Association mot in the Cumberland Akgus office on Saturday evening, Mr, T. D. Little, vice-president, in the chair. It was ordered that should the Coates-Auburn Cup match he finished before four o'clock, play should immediately commence for the final con test. Some discussion ensued in reference to the Clarke memorial match, to be played on tho Parramatta Cricket ground on Queen's Birth day. Admission to the ground was fixed at sixpence, and the secretary was empowered to get tickets printed for the match. A meeting of the eommitteo to select teams — Town v. Country — will bo held at the Akqus office this evening'. Complaints have again reached us concern ing tho use of filthy and horrible language by some cricketers and their supporters in the vicinity of the Albert cricket ground, Parra matta, last Saturday. Hopes are expressed that, if tho Park trustees do not take action to put a stop to the ...

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Cumberland Poultry Club. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

Cumberland Poultry Club. THE ANNUAL MEETING. Tip, annual meetinK of the Cumberland Poultry and Kennel Club was held in tho feohool of Arts, Parramatta, on Wednesday evening l»,8t, Mr. vice-president E. J. Brown, presiding-. In the absence of Mr. W. Salter, the secre tary, the chairman brought forward a short report, winch stated that the show hold under too auspices of the society last year wus a pro nounced success, so far as number and oualitv oi oxmmts wont, but tho financial result was* \, \ of £12- oausea h? tho heavy expense attondent upon providing coops for the largo number of exhibits. However, this deficit had boen wiped off 'by the grant of £20 received a 1 the winding up of the Central Cumberl™ 3 Agricultural Association. They had now a bank balance of £7 8s 5d. The entrance * 30 charged for exhibits last year did not pay ?«-r the erection of the coops. However a co] n pany was now boing formod for tho purpose- of built mg a number of coops, which would, bo hired out to ...

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From Private to Colonel. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

Prom Private to Colonel. Bombay has just lost by retirement one of its most popular officers. Col onel Sexton is one of the few men who. rose from the ranks in Crimean days to- a high position as a combatant officer. At tho ' soldiers' battle ' of Inkerrnam Colour-Sergeant Sexton, as senior effec tive non-commissioned officer, assisted1, in collecting the reports and calling the- roll of the survivors, when but eighty men of the 95th Regiment answered to 'their . names. Subsequently Sexto' n served with his old corps in India d U1._ iug the Mutiny as lieutenant and *dciiu tant, and not long afterwards ior lo,i iho Indian Staff Corps. He W- -^3* India a full colonel and xek Wceipt of a pension of over £1,1Q» a r jar_*0 bad thing for the reornrt wi-'.0 joined the British army with TO rt'ja~lilte Napo leon's soldiers-^of: e«rr,ying a marsn£i-s baton m his knajs*^ 01. °ven coionei-s allowances.— St Jr,,jm's Gazette.

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Our Worst Enemies. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

Our Worst Enemies. The worst enemies of the Human Race are the doctors who try to pro long our miserable existence in a worldi that is full of death-traps. One medico1 tells you not to eat or drink what you relish because you will eat or drink too much ; another saj's you must only eat what you fancy, because otherwise vou will bolt your food without giving to each morsel the thirty-six mastications: which are necessary for digestion. You', must wear a respirator over your mouth,, a pad on your chest, and a swathe of flannel round your lions. If you live in town you will die of fog, if you go to the country you will be poisoned by bad. drainage. If you drink water you are tempting the typhoid fiend ; milk spells scarlatina ; and tea-cake is sudden death. Do you shun these tempestuous pleasures of the senses and take refuge, in the recreations of the mind ? do you borrow a novel from the circulating library? that is to import the germs of disease into a healthy household. Tho volume ...

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Parramatta Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes and E. Ellison, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 4 May 1889

Parramatta Small Debts Court. Wednesday, May 1. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes mid E. Ellison, Js.P.l Paterson v. Marshall, Claim, £3 JJs for rout. V erdict for plaintiff, with 4s costs. Edward Harrison v. Shcillard. Claim £2, Verdict for plaintiff, with 4s costs. Holdsworth and Co. v. Eorsyth. Claim £ 8 Ms. Verdict for plaintiff, with 5s costs. Williams v. Wright. Claim £2 8s Id. Verdict for plaintiff with 4s costs. Hart and son v. J. Molonoy. Claim, £1 lGs 5d. Verdict for plaintiff with 4s costs. Samo v. Mark Stanton. Claim, £5 13s 4d. Verdict for plaintiff, with 5s costs, Crass v. Burton, Claim £7 for goods supplied in connection with cement decorations etc., for tho Granvillo Town Hall. Defendant ntated that tho plaiutiff hud not supplied all tho goods in tho contract, aud ho had to go olsowhoro for tho remainder, thereby putting him to extra expense. Ho brought tho plaintiff in his debt £2. Tho goods charged for in tlio bill wero out of proportion to tho contract. Ho had been fined ...

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