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NEW SOLICITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

NEW SOLICITORS. . Messrs. Smith, Cummins and Elwin an nounce to-day that they have commenced practice is Parramatta in the C. B. h- A I. Co's premises. They are a reliable firm.

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RYDALMERE. Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

RYDALMERE. Municipal Council. The fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Counoil was held on 11th instant. Present : Aldermen Ryan, Jenkins, Cowell, Humphreys, and Steven9. The Mayor was absent through illness. Aid. Jenkins was voted to the chair. Incoming Cohrespondenoe. Letter from Council Clerk, re communica tion from T. McKee, to the effect that he had never oeen ratea ior certain property.- — lle- ceived; Mr. McKee to be referred to the revision court. Letter (circular) from Munioipal Association, enclosing petition against proposed land taxa tion. — Aldermen Humphreys and Cotvell de precated the introduction of political questions Aid. Ryan moved that the letter be received, and the Council co-operate. — Supported by Aldermen Stevens and Joak'ns, and carried by three votes to two. Letter from the National Association, re same matter. — Aid. Humphreys moved that the letter be received, and the Mayor be desired to call a public meeting to consider the withdrawn, and the letter was...

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The Parramatta Asylums. IMPORTANT DISCUSSION IN THE ASSEMBLY. MR. O'REILLY ON MR. MAXTED'S DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

The Parpamatta Asylums. IMPORTANT DISCUSSION IN THE ASSEMBLY. MR. O'REILLY ON MB. MAXTED'S DEPARTMENT. On Tuesday night, during a discussion in the Assembly on a proposal to vote £75,000 practically for the removal of the Asylums for Infirm and Destitute irom their miserable and disgraceful conditions in Parramatta to better conditions at Rookwood, Various sneakers, including the Premier condemned the provision made for the old i men in the so-called asylums at Parramatta. Mr. O'Reilly said : I have very great plea sure in endorsing every word which has fallen from the lips of the Colonial Secretary with reference to the soandalous state of our char itable institutions so far as Parramatta is con cerned. As the result of the last election I came back with the fullest local authority to advocate the removal of these plague spots — for so they are regarded there— from the old town. \Ve feel it a personal disgrace that there should be 1,100 old men confined in a building of five storey...

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Trinity College Examination. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

Trinity College Examination. The following particulars as to the' sooring ' ot our young musicians at the late Trinity College examinations will prove interesting to those interested in educational and art matters : Comvsnt op Mkboy Sgbool, Pabrakitti. Senior Pass and Honors — Katie Donne, Annes Dolan, Marv OnJfe, Senior Pasls — Amy Dellow. | Intermediate Pass and Honors—Eliza Oasaok, Ethel Downey, Lucy Doyle, Stella | Hams, Jane Jiffies ^welll, Mary j Ring. I Junior Pass and Honors— Helena Creagh, I Alioe Gatty, Getty Mulroney, Eunioe Mc 1 Donald, Muriel Swain, Ethel Ward, Vera Taylor. Junior Paas — Annie Draper, Bdle Doyle, Maud Manning, May MoGovem. Mb. a. Misses Punu. Junior — Fanny Andrewsr fh ; Daisy Gib* bons, h ; 0. Murphy, p. Intermediate — E. A. : Feltonf ph; J. B, ph. . , Miss Cu&tB'a Sd&ob - Junior— L.D. Coxr*;'.B. A. Hibberd, ph; M. B. Hassall, p ; F. Bi B. Henson,-p; N. M. fitrioUiuiil. p t V. . .*»- fljutlar__ L B.Barber, ph; M. B. Oaimes, pb; G. T. Ma...

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The Guild Excursion. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

The Guild Excursion. The weather was not the brightest when the friends of the A.H.C. Guild left The Corner, Parramatta, en route for Chowder Bay. But before long, the passing showers had given place to glorious sunBhine ; and nature was in one of her happiest moods again. The journey down vm MumtinbJ In en1en-lii) ntvle hnt any farther dissertation on this point is ren dered unnecessary when we mention that the popular river veteran (Captain Henry Mance) was at tbe wheel of tbe Pheasant ; and Mr. Ford was superintending everything in con nection with the despatch from the tram wharf of the merry load. A number of interesting sights were seen on the way down. The tide was at tbe full ; and the river looked at its best. The Graving Dock came under the eyes of the pleasure-seekers, for Captain Mance on this trip ran on the inside ot Cockatoo Island. A stop was made at Ciroalar Quay, where all were very much interested In the chance of seeing the s.s. Port ChalmerB, which, as our reade...

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THE POMONA YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

THE POMONA YAKDS. The fowls here run on orchard land. They are worked in three sections, as it were. First may be seen, in four yards, of something like equal area, 'the masses' (as we may style them)— the scores and hundreds of hens kept ? to sunntv POL'S, not fnr fnrirv hropdinrr hut. for eating. Klwcwhere are to be seen the breeding pens; and in a third lot, the chicks. The 'masses ' command interest; just as among humans they are at present beginning to do! Not becaose of their attractiveness, as in dividuals ; for no one would take them, on look *ng at them, to be out-of-the-way birds. They appear business-like, peckish, assertive ; -anything but sluggish or over-fed. They are a commonwealth of feathered gold-mines, bred by the keen-witted boss of the estab lishment for egg-producing qualities ; and seem a blend of Minorca, Leghorn (white&ndbrown, and Andnlusian). There arc 450 or 500 birds ; and the average of eggs per da? right through is homothing phenomenal. The str...

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MORE SENSATIONALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

MORE SENSATIONALISM. Some local sensation mongers have, during the last few days, been entertaining the publio (through the columns of various metropolitan dailies) with a ' harrowing ' and exaggerated representation of a somewhat distressing case j in town. It would appear that for some time ; a family named Booth, residing in Argyle street, have been receiving reonlar assistance from the Benevolent Society and from various i kind-hearted persons In the neighbourhood. ; Mr. Booth has, of late, become a sufferer from ! consumption, and last week two ot his daughters were, successively, taken ill with typhoid fever, and Dr. Kearney's services had to be obtained. On Sunday, Mrs. Booth', who almost single-handed, hod attended to her sick husband and children, broke down under tbe strain ; and a well-known gentleman who had befriended the family for some time, was hastily sent for. Taking in the situation, he used all his influence with Yen. Archdeacon Gunther and Rev. P. J. Stephen tow...

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BANKSTOWN. A New municipality. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

BANKSTOWU. (Bv ' Fiikk Pen.') A New Municipality. Some three miles to the south of Rookwood — Rookwood with its great necropolis, that sad, solemn city of the dead — lies the chccry little township, now an infant municipality, Banks i Australian roads in general, -runs straight as j the path of duty. There are one or two hills I on the way to ascend ; and by far the easiest method of accomplishing the journey, this weather, is to avail oneself of Mr. Henry Hatpin's coach. A little further on than the new commodious Asylum, on the opposite side, the traveller will pass the Potts Hill reservoir, that lonks to be of sufficient capacity to meet t he demands nf an rmdloss drought ; aud then, in a few minu'es more, he finds himself confronted l-v ilic hospitable portjils nf Mrtjuillmrs Hotel llunk— town. At Mcquillan's, therefore. M the traveller stay awhile and rest nnd r^-upiM ito his exhausted energies, in-foiv sallying forth to tako a stroll around the vicinity. When the Local Governm...

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PHYLLOXERA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

PHYLLOXERA. The Minister for Agriculture is endeavouring to prevent the spread of phylloxera in thecolony . The importation of grape cuttings, rooted vines, and grapes is prohibited, exoept through the port of Sydney, where they will be examined, and, if necessary, disinfected. Cuttings and nv\tA-l vinos mnid nnt be remov^ Irom Cumberland and Camden until passed, and, if necessary, diainfeoted by as inspector. Owners of neglected vineyards are also to be called upon to uproot them. A vineyard near Liverpool, which is badly infested with phyl loxera, is being treated with bi-suIphJae of carbon, and trenched. A number of the best phylloxera resistant vines are being propagated at the department's experimental farms. Cut tings of these wili, later on, be distributed. In France considerably over a million acres have been re-planted with these vines, and the Cape Government are importing 800,000 cut* tings of these stocks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

revision . of ? TPaaae; TAaggx-jgroRM | — ' -&EEAT REDUCTIONS AT- * i FAWLEY'S CENTRAL tM STORE | KIPPERED HERRINGS ) I ENGLISH JAMS, from per tin. -?- || MOBY CHICKS ? 7*n PKKTIN. ? j ? ? M KINDON HADDOCKS J J SARDINES from 8£d. Best Brands Only. |g Bpocial Attention is directed to the fact that n:u* of the Lnrj^st Stocks in the District is on S;ile .it FAWLKY'S CENTRAL CASH STOilE ; in fact, ^ ^ it is questionable' whothur any other House buys as largely FUR. CASH — lieuce tho of tY)\\ PiUCl^S AND I* RLSH GOODS. I11 addition to the Lar^c .Stock on Hnwl jit, FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE, he Ims in Bond fit t'tc presoat time, awaiting: the Removal of the Duty. a. hfgc Shipment ?? of Goods of the Choicest description ; and two other Shipments rn mHtr from London. Five (5) Ton of Best CRO WN SOAP for Sale at !(-.?- por Cwt. Arnott's Biscuits, from 2 Ad per lb. Arrowroot -id Alum #d Baking Powder Batho's 81I ; Champion's, Aunt Mary's, Wnugh'B, -Joe Hart's, Burge's, Soyer's 2/9 p...

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THE WILD ROSE. "WIND-UP." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

THE WILD ROSE. ' WIND-UP.' On Thursday evening, the popular little Pazramatta Duieing Olob-^the 'Wild Rose ' — held ibelr last meeting' of this season. Coming so late; It cannot be noticed qaite as fully as we would like. The ladles .'present inoladed .Misses h. Dan bar, £. Brown, ft. Auans, :i. crown, e. WUHnaon, Mrs. Hey. nolde, MlBseeGrnniBhaw.Tj. Davie, E. Williams, E. Fitzgerald, M. Brleri, Mabel Tollls, E. Costello, E. Tollis,'A. Holliday, E. Taylor, A. Franklin. F. FranVlin/Mrs. J. J. Lee, Venters, Miss Gralg, Hiss Cutler, UlsaBonlston, bibs tt. jsawaras, .buss uauaway, uisses Chambers, £. Holliday, A. Rochester, Ada Bobertaon, J. Chapman, 13. Jenkins, Jl Jen ldn», Galway, West, and Brogden. Some' very tasty dresses were wora. Among the gentle tnen vine Ur. H. HoUiday{U.-J,),atid Messrs. F. Oampflr, F. Blown, J- Buokley, HopkinBon, 0. Srown, E. A. Boys, and j. Batter--quite a number being In fancy ireM. - Sirpper vulaid »t IS; and 3andiu%at kept up fill *£80 aim. -rheniiuUans...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

CHATFIELJ) & BE0WN, j^IOE flDBVEYOBS. GEORGE CT., PABRAMATTA. Thorpe's Hotel, CHUfiCH -SXSEEX, . PAKKAMATTA' NORTH. |''|'ENRY THORPE,' Proprietor. The following Brands always in Stook Shamrock Whiskey (qts.) ..5/* . Burke's *** Whiskey .. .. 4/-b't'le. ' Brown's 4-Crown Whiskey ??.4/8 Usher's Special „ , . . 4/6 „ Guinncss's Stout and Best Brands Enolish ✓ Ale, 10/- per Dozen. ys /y/3 — / Lott-ndea' Bum a Speciality. Visitor* will And this one ot the moBt Comfort ftbje apd Homely Hiotela is Parramatta. — =— Tkuiui Mprir.R^TE. — — /?

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SEND-OFF TO MR. FRASER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

SEND-OFF TO MR. FRASER. On Wednesday evening, the officers of H.M. Gaol, Parramatta, met at Thorpe's Hotel, Parramatta, and sat down together to a supper, in honour of one of their departing comrades. Warder W. Fraser, who isabont to visit the old gaol, occupied the chair. The toast ot the evening was drank with enthusiastic honours ; and a very pleasant time was spent by alL It is understood that Mr. Fr&ser has leave of absenoe for six months ; and goes to the old country to.seoure a windfall of fortune by which tbe family has been benefited lately.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

S IlJIDIEg! YOU LIKE GOOD TEA I 'A THEN DBINK THE CELEBRATED «'J0HN BULL' BLEND. S0LD BY ALL STOBEKEEPERS. A Quality ? Is. 3d. per lb. B Quality (Pure Ceylon) ? 1b. 6d. „ C Quality (Perfection of Tea) ??? Is. 9d. „ Should you be unable to obtain this Tea from your Local Storekeeper, Send to us and we will see you get it. J. A. BULL & CO., Ltd. IIS CLAHEICE STREET, lYDKEf. ! (WHOLESALE ONLY.) I' Australian Home Journal ' Paper Patterns. «. Serge is always fashionable, aod I don't i think will ever become oat o! date. Our illus tration No. 711 is for a plain serge dress. ^ This pattern is designed for both plain and No. 629-A New Sleeve, diagonal serge, and is emin*otly salted to ahov off the dainty lawn col lan aod cuffs worn wlih tbe The yoke, you will see, is quaintly shaped, and tbe bodice part of the blone ia placed under tbe edge of the yoke, and then riitebed with two rows of silk. Tbe sHrf ia the fall godet shape, and bangs in flutes all the way round. A fall blouse sl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

I mm IT WON'T TAKE YOU A MOMENT yrate i | TO READ THIS! -^6 ? JBsL-; | raj TTAVE you ever triM E. J, PERRY for Provisions? If not, do so at once. He keeps L rrji JUL everything you can mention in the provision line, cooked or uncooked, winter or summer, its - HHJ jjg all the same. If you can't call or send, WRITE A NOTE— it will have the same attention. jnj] [S BUTTER, for instance, is one of his special lines. Quality and Price cannot be beat. Send for a Ira j=j| sample ponnd of his Creamery Butter, or send word to the shop for the cart to call. liACON— He j=±l Jgy keeps the very best Hand-cured from 4d lb. PORK, Fresh and Pickled Dairy fed. This vear he is ' 151 [m getting in from Mr. Bennett's Farm, Castle H ill, SUCKING PIGS to order. POL'LTJiV of every |gj J=«l description. Fowls, dressed, from 8/- pair. We also dress your own poultry, sent for and delivered all ready for the table ut a |=J [gy small charge. Poultry Bought, Sola or Exchanged. All Kinds of Small Goods, Cooked Me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

1 'Bijou' performance, Cumberland Hall, Auburn, on Thursday evening. ^THEN IN W A T oT SADDLERY, Or any Kind of / /^/^ABNESS, /Ac Don't Joiyet to call on . / y F. H. Taylok (Fbom A. E. Mj&hvbh), CHURCH STREET NORTH, k (Next to Atkins* Hotel). Repairs Neatly Executed. ' j All Work Guaranteed. Terms Moderate. FRUIT TREES, Shrubs, Bulbs, &o.» Ac. — Oranges, Lemons, Mandarins, Aprioota, Apples, Almonds, Cherries Currants, Gooseberries, Guavas, Grapes, Figs, Loquats, Medlars, Nectarines, Plums, Peaches, Persimmons, Pears, Quinces, drc., die. Cornelias, Roses, Azaleas, Gardenias, Pelar. /jO aoniums, Palms, -feo., -fec. / Please mspeot, or send for Catalogue^ rfore purchasing elsewhere. E. ATKINS, Jun., e EULALIA NCBSEKV, » Ennington. /V /L The Old Australian Grocery House, I W. GATES, A GEORGE STREET (Near Church Stkeet), B I Established in 1863], R Continues to Supply the Very Best Value3 in Choice TJ5A8, B PRHISH HOA.STBD OOF FEES, and General Orocariea. ft Fj With regar...

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"The Ladies' Daffodil Ball" GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

'ThetadieB'' ' D^fibdil' BaU ' tj, ? OBANVILLE. .'twinMinp mth ^ m^ridsy [?] ' their best frocks of course. Mrs. Tetley (to secure whom as a partner is a luxury, once enjoyed, never to be for gotten) was tastily attired in black and amber ; Mrs. J. C. Henderson — the queen of the evening's event — wore buttercup veiled with black lace ; Mrs. Sutherland, the merriest of tbe happy throng, (lanced in heliotrope and black, and near her was seen Miss Lucy O'Connor,4 in deep cream and butter cup. As we were carried along, nolens volens, on the swift tide of good humour j and social vivacitv, we made a mental , „t tha i;nhV www: Ui *'b' L '''''''J from the eyes of Miss Wilkins* (of William street, Granville) a cheerful dainty soul, in sea green crepon and myrtle green velvet sleeves and cream lace. Mrs. M. Bourke was one of tbe Government Ho ? that is, one of the managerial party, in a black silk gown trimmed with jet. MissLouie E. Jones' (Pitt street, Parramatta) looked as she always does...

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SOCIAL AT FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

SOCIAL AT FAIfiFEELD. Mrs. H. Sims, of the Railway Hotel, claims the distinction of having brought to a suooess fol issue on Wednesday 11th Inst, the first aootal ev^T held in Fairfield* The hall was converted into a veritable fairy bower with festoons of wild flowers and wattle, blossoms forming arbours about the room. A few his toric pictures completed the festive scene, har monizing beautifully with the bright dresses of the ladies. The genial Mr. Cameron proved a capital Master of Ceremonies. The music furnished by Mr* W. Penny (Liverpool) was highly appreciated by all present. Refresh ments were served at eleven o'clock and again at two. Songs etc. were rendered duriug the i evening. 41 Cabby knows his Fare ' by Mr. Woods deserves special mention. Among those present were Mrs. Sims in vieux rose crepon and black lace trimmings ; Mrs. Creed, black «ilk and jet ; the Misses Brownlow, pink silk, covered with Indian muBlin ; Miss M. Hole, dark blue silk and lace ; Miss S. Lane, Fre...

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DESTITUTE RELIEF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

DESTITUTE BELIEF COMMITTEE. A meeting V S»3DwHtiit«, Belief Committee washeld |o iheffinmcii Ohjunbers on Wednes day er^ng,b^^ brefeot tteMayorMr. C. J. ftymea? 3h\^B^i^1^jHesars.-Bodenhainl J atf Mm, reoe ived Irpm - The rJtisnbe cwan ipumd. 'lor payment a third concert l^^»6ifledj^.Two|OTllpatioD»tca'yelit3 imrjARN for fuller ^inlonnatiozL Mr., khitTdflloe. ^e prasidwil -aa^. ibpuarer to] ii^nall chelae*.

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S. S. CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

S. 8. CRICKET CLUB. A social gathering, organised by Miss Hasemer and Mr. Leslie, was held in St. John's schoolroom, ou Wednesday evening. The object of the meeting was to open a cricket club in connection with the school. The Yen. Archdeacon Gunther (patron) oc vupicu WIO vtiOAi , nuu UCUIHW *u- teresting address. Various rules were pro posed, and adopted, after which Mr. Harper read the names of the officers, whioh were accepted. The following programme was creditably given : Recitation, E. Gowing ; solo, Miss M. Hasemer ; recitation, L. Hasemer ; song, Mr. Champion. Refresh ments were here handed round. In the second part, H. Gowing played a solo, whioh was followed by a song, from A. Olaughton ; solo, Miss Coogan ; recitation, H. Gowing ; duet, H. and F. Gowing. Addresses were also given by Messrs. G. Champion and Watkins.

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