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Parramatta District Court. MONDAY, MAY 6. (Before His Honor District Court Judge Wilkinson.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

Parramatta District Court. Momiay, May 6. (Before His Honor District Court Judge Wilkinson.) James Granger v. John Naylor. Claim, £2 2s 6d. Verdict for amount claimed, to be paid at the rate of 2s 6d per week. George Hudson v. H. Duke. Claim, £14 14s 2d. Verdict for amount claimed, to be paid at the rate of os. per week. Hordern Bros. v. J. Armstrong. Claim £12 12s 2d. Verdict for ulaintiff with three witnesses' expenses. Bulletin Newspaper Company v. C. ? E. Moulton. Claim £29. £10 was [. paid into Court. Verdict for balance. ! John Eayner v. Walter Henry Danks. jjj Claim £1G os lOd. Verdict for plain- || tiff, with expenses. p Frederick Edwin Barker v. James . || Loban Ivell and wife. No appearanco |i of plaintiff. Defendant stated that his [N wife was not in any way liable. Struck il out, 10s costs awarded to defendants. r James Granger v. Mary Hourigan. Ij Claim £1 16s 3d. Verdict for plaintiff. | Alice Bustin v. John Aldred. Claim f £11 7s 6d. Defendant disputed the \i correctn...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Fruitgrowers' Union of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

Fruitgrowers' Union of New South Wales. The monthly meeting of the Council of tlio Fruitgrowers' Union of Now South Wales was hold in tho Assembly Hall, Parramatta, on Saturday afternoon. Present : Mr. J. Cox (who was voted to the chair), and Messrs. J. ?Franks, C. W. Mills, J. Tamsett, P. Hockloy, C. Gambling, J. Luke, S. Tuekwell, W. Cox and J. Harrison. A letter of apology was received from the secretary, Mr. E. 'Whitaker, and tho representative of the Cumberland Aiusus was requested to act in his absonce. Thosecretary'sroportwasasMlows: — Skcuktav's Retort fob Tin: month of May. Oontlcmon,— I havo tho honor to report that .sinco tho hist regular mooting o£ Council on tho Uth ultimo, a spcoinl oiio was liolcl on tho Kith, to vntiKulor the advisability of milking sugges to tho Committee appointed by tho conference, to draft a Fruit Diseases Bill, wlien it was unanimously resolved not to counsel that Com mittee as to how the Bill should be framed, as it, (tho Committee) represented...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

L ocal Topics. H.U!or.n Stkpkes should havo been supported iu his endeavour to gut tho Assembly to endorse the wholesome principle, that all clubs, or other houses, whoro liquor is sold should bo required to pay licenso fees, yet nono of our local Ms.P., wo regret to say, thought it worth thoiv while to vote in favour of his praiseworthy effort. Wo udinit they didn't oppose it. All our local numbers save Linsley (who mado no sign oither way) voted for tho Govern ment's Darling Island purchase) proposal. And rightly so — tho land iu question being ovcry way suitable to meet tho requirements of the increasing railway cool traffic. LongNoso'a turn will como somo other day. When tho Assembly was counted out on Tuesday, not a local member to tho fore— but sineo there was no business of consequence before tho Houso, no blame's to be attached to them, thcrcaucnt. It is muchly to bo hoped that the Assembly's Standing Orders Coinmittco will roport in favour of Mr. Waddell's sensible proposal...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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"Wright" or Wrong. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

'Wright' or Wrong. TO THE UDlTOlt OF THU CUJIDKIiLAXD AlttlUS. Sm, — I havo a most peculiar task be fore mo this timo. I have to prove that ' Wright' is wrong. Literally speak ing, this is a contradiction in terms, but it might turn out that 'Wright' is not altogether wrong. However, the gentleman in question is to bo compli mented upon his letter in your issue of the 27 th April, and in so far as he really LWUWl^O Ui.i.U |n;illl,ij H.V AOOUVf J- JILL LOU VlVllJ. with them. Before doing this, I beg to welcome Mr. Wright as an incipient singlo-taxer, for in paragraph number five occur these words : 'Taxing land is unobjectionable as a piece of iisctil nolicv. and the basis of such a tax. whether for State or muuieipal pur poses, ought to be its value irrespective of improvement.' This is just exactly what I advocated in my first note, re ference to which will bo soon. But Mr. Wright, like somo gentlemen I know, fails to apply tho system in its entirety, for ho goes on to say : ' In t...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MAY 11. MRS. CUNYNGHAME'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

THE AND fruttghowbrs1 advocate. SATURDAY. MAY 11. MRS. CUNYNGHAME'S CASE. The papers presented to Parliamont in tho case of Mrs. Cukyxghame. lato Matron-Superintendent of the Mac quariu-strcot Asylum, contain without out doubt very severe charges against that lady — charges that if sustained by complete proof would more than justify her dismissal from the public service. But theso papers do not contain such evidence as in a court of justice would be accepted as aDsoiute prooi oi mr Diiuxi'oii Maxted's charges. His in dictment or rather indictments (for there is a supplementary serice of accusations to the ono first put in by him) may be said to rest mainly on surmises and suppositions of delinquency on Mrs. Ouxyjjghame's part. Tho statement of Dr. YioijETi'B is less a corroboratioii of Mr. Maxted's allegations than a sep aruto list of charges. After a careful perusal of theso documents, wo adhore to our proviously expressed opinion on the subject, that, in view of tho long services ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Old Fruit Markets. THE CITY COUNCIL MOVING. A QUESTIONABLE PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

The Old Fruit Markets. THE CITY COUNCIL MOVING. A QUESTIONABLE PEOPOSAL. Tub matter of the George- street Mar kets and tlio site of the old Central Police Court came on for discussion at the last meeting of the City Council. A letter was read from the Department of Justice, in answer to a request from the Council to have the site of the old Central granted to them, asking what tho Council intended to do with those ' unsisrhtlv buildina's known as the Goorgo-street Markets.' In the discus sion which followed the aldermen were unanimous in expressing the opinion that the markets were a disgrace to the city, but whether it was advisable to havo them pulled down and have new buildings erected or to turn tho whole block into an ornamental reserve was a question upon which thoy were divided. ? Alderman young said, that the pro perty was very valuable and belonged to the people, and not merely to tho council. By turning it into a square the properties in the vicinity would be enhanced in v...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

In rospept to tho memory of tho lato Rov. J. R. Blomfiold, All Saints' Church, on Sunday last, was draped iu mourning, and tho bolls) woro muffled. At tho morning service, the Rov. J. Dono reforrod in a feeling manner to the death of tho late incumbent of tho parish. Ho spoko of tho esteem in which ho had boon held by thoso whom ho had visited in their hour of trouble and siokness ; also to tho amount of suffering ho had hud to ouduro. Ho threw out tho hint that it would bo but a graceful act to establish somo tokon by which the memory of ouo who had laboured so long amongst them might be cherished and kept in loving remembrance. A little boy named William Evans, aged 10 years, son of Mr. Evans, Argylo-street, Parra matta, met with a rather serious accidont on Tuesday morning. Ho alighted from tho train bef oro it had stopped, at tho Harris Park rail way platform, with tho 'result that he was thrown heavily onto his head. lie was picked up in mi insensible condition and conveyed to ...

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The Single Tax Controversy. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

The Single Tax Controversy. TO HIE EPITOE OP THE CUX1JEKLAXD ABOUS. Slit, — As a firm believer in the jus tice of a single tax, allow me to say a few words with reference to Mr. Wright's letter of April 27. I quite agree with him that differences of opinion on the welfare of the human race are inevitable. After having painted a very gloomy picture of the frail forms and careworn countenances, which (he says ) are asinng the question, 'is lite worth living ? ' he goos on to assert that all plans hitherto propounded for the universal good have failed. This is a very honest admission, and if Mr. Wright is really in earnest on that point he will see the absurdity of introducing a Protective tariff into this fair land of his and my adoption — a tariff which'has failed in every country where tried. The single-taxer, he says, professes to have discovered a panacea for all tho ills of our complex civilisation, which he must know is not quite in accord ance with facts. All that is said in it...

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Current News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

Current News. Tub appointment of tho Kev. Matthew Henry Parkinson, to bo AVesleyan Chaplain to tho Parramatta Gaol, vice the Rov. P. J. Stephen, resigned, has been gazetted. Tire acceptance of tho following tenders is gazetted: — Kellyville, addition to residence— AVilliam Gazzard, £109 10s.; Prospect, class room—George Coates, .CMS 12s 7d.; Fairfield, two weathorsheds.also gravelling playground — 'Williimi Gn'/yjivfl ?{U't In Insolvency, Sequestration orders ; Emma Best, widow, of Church-street, Parramattu, grocer. Mr. Morris, official assignee. AVnlter Henry Dawos, of Railway-cresent, Granville, plumber. Mr. L. T Lloyd, official nssignc. Tub Rydo arson case took what may truly bo regarded as a sensational turn on Tuesday evening iu tho Assembly, when Mr. Frank Faruoll, M. P., offered an apology to Mr. J. E Maiming for falso accusation, which lie had been led to make against him. Theso accusa tions wero mado in connection with tho cele brated Rydo arson case, in which the Rov. Mr. ...

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Cyrus Edgar Fuller v. John H. Wordsworth. AGAIN DECLARED A PARTNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

Cyrus Edgar Fuller v. John H. Wordsworth. AGAIN DECLARED A PARTNER In the Supreme Court, Sydney, on Wednesday, before the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Windeyor, and Mr. Justice Poster, Mr. G. H. Reid instructed by Mr. H. W. Williams, appeared for Alfred Mason, the trustee of tli9 estate of Cyrus Edgar Puller, and moved to sot aside an order by the Judge in Bank ruptcy declaring Fuller a partner of a bankrupt named John Henry Words ,i -» r A Tn Ci* ? —.~..1 TIT.. worcn. mr. .«.? -tu. wLiujjauii mm .'**? Gordon, instructed by Mr. E. A. Smith appeared for Mr. L. T. Lloyd, in the estate of J. H. Wordsworth, to show cause. It appeared from the statement made by counsel for appollant that from 1885 till 1888 Wordsworth carried on business at Parramatta as a grocer, and about the middle of 1888 his estate was sequestrated upon his own potition. Some time afterwards Mr. Lloyd, the official assignee in Wordsworth's estate, moved |to have a declaration made by the Judge in Bankruptcy that Cyrus...

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Righted at Last. CHAPTER XXXIX (continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

Bighted at Last. CHAPTER, XXXIX (continued) He drove straight from Liverpool Street to his chambers. They had been left in charge of one of the office lads, sent from Golden Alley for the purpose. This smart youth informed him that no one had called and no message had arrived during his absence. He dismissed the lad and, with a dogged determination to master his nervous excitement, attacked the ac count-books and vouchers once more. His head was painfully clear now, and ho was surprised ? at the sudden development of a hitherto unsupeeted capacity for figures. He threaded the mazes of those long columns wit'h what was for him singular rapidity and accuracy. He was rewarded by . finding everything perfectly correct : .the balance, although largely against him, was strictly in accordance with tho items- entered ; and for every item, there was the voucher beside him. TT. ? T ? «n»nnr1 irril rin +!l Q ?? n/liYI O* light compelled him to rise and light the lamp. , There was no mistake ab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

(^VMPKKIiAXB BUILDING LAND j AXD INVESTMENT COMPANY. LIMITED. CAPITAL, £100,000. Paid up capital, £20,000 Uncalled capital, £15,000. llovorvefnnd £2000. Money received on Fixed Deposit at the fol lowing Kates : — JFor 12 months, 7 'per cent per anuuin. i! months. G por cent, per annum, And o per cent, at call. Saving Bank Branch. — Deposits of One Sliillnnjnnd upwards recoiveil, and six (--) per cent, interest allowed on tho Monthly Balance, and no notice required for withdrawals. JNO.JAS. MILLER, Manager. Office— Masonic Hall Buildings, Gcorgo-streej ri-uK au^t^llTx~joTnt~stook JL BANK. PARRAMATTA BRANCH. Paul' up Capital .. ?? £500,000 With power to iuorcuso to £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .. £310,000 Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at curren rates Bills discounted and advances made on un proved security. Drafts issued on all the principal cities m tho H. M. TODHUNTER, Manager.

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Smithfield and Fairfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

Smithfield and Pairfield Council. Tile regular meeting was held on Friday ovening. , Present : The Mayor (Mr. F. A. Kenyon) and Aldermen Lackey, Stimson, Anthony, jDale, and Downey. A letter was read irom Messrs. fctiomo and Whitaker, valuators to the Council asking for an extension of time to com plote the valuation. The extontion was granted and application ordered to bo made to the Government for further time. A report from (ho Works Committee recommended the construction of a cul vert on the roadtoWetherill Park, near Daltons, and tho cutting down of the hill for the purposo of making approaches. The Council wont into a Committee of the whole for purposo of considering the report and the plan and specifications submitted by the Council Clerk. This was adopted and tenders ordered to bo called for the work. On the motion of tho Mayor, the sum of iM wns votud to purchaso a corjwrate seal for tho Council. On the motion of Alderman Anthony, tho Council wont into committeo of the whol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS RECEIVE PBOMPT ATTENTION. Undertakers. STATE AND REFORM EUNEEALS conducted in the most respectable manner and at Moderate Charges. Lead, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shortest Notice. Wreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards a Speciality — printed as required. Church Street, Parraniatta, New Furniture Arcade. Furniture Arcade. If you are about to FURNISH YOUR HOUSE Come and Walk through our Arcude, and look at our Goods and Prices. English & Colonial Furniture, Bedsteads & Bedding, j — AND — AUSTRIAN BENT FURNITURE. Spring Mattresses, full size, from ! Kitchen Safes, 10s 6d. 15s. j Kitchen Tables, 8s Gd. Chests of Drawers, from 30s. j Drawing Room Suites, from ;£11 5s. Hardware, Holloware, Brushware, Basketware, Sc. Colonial Ovens, from 7s 6d. Long Handle Shovels, 2s Gd. Garden Barrows, 16s. Good American Axes, 4s 6d. Wire netting from lft. to 6ft.— 2ft., 50 yds., 7s ; 3ft., 50yds., 10s Gd. Corrugated Iron Tanks— 200 300 400 500 600 gallons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

PUBLIC NOTICE. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED MONTHLY, Of FURNITURE, Crookoryware, Glasswaro aud Genoral Ironmongery. No Reserve. Frederick Stack & Company (Lato F. A. Artlott.)

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Parramatta School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

Parramatta School of Arts. The committee of tho Parramatta School of Arts mot ou Friday evening. Present : tho President (Mr. K. H. De Low) and Messrs. D. Hookins, H. M. Todhunter, W. R. Murray, A. C. Willis, T. Quirk, J. Arundale, J. G. Fyall, J. 3' Brenan, (honorary secretary) and R. S. Richardson. Apologies wore reoeived from Messrs. P. Morgan, and J. W. Hill. Tho latter suggested that, in view of the timo for holdingtho show, the various sub-eommittoes be appointed. He suesrested that a naner might be printed in connection with the show. A letter was received from the Board of Techn ical Education, Sydney, stating that thelecturer Mr. Mackay, would be available for Wednesday June 5. Owing to tho show being held about that time, it was decided to ask the Board for a date in July. The musical competition sub committee's report, in roference to school singing contests, was received. It was stated that several schools wero practising for the contests. Tho treasurer (Mr. Todhunter) r...

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Sports and Games. ROSEHILL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

Sports and Games. ROSEHILL RACES. The very popular Rosehill Raoiug Club was rewarded with a largo attendance for the first day of their May meeting. The handicap Hurdle Race was won by Albert, carrying 9st. 31bs., Eurolgi 2nd, Attraction 3rd. Soldier's 'Wind won the Selling Race, Artizart 2nd, Fenella 3rd. The May Stakes went to Too Soon, 7st. ' 81b., who got home just in front of Amina and Lady Kingsborough. The Tyler won tho Nursery Handicap, Marvel 2nd, Sophy 3rd, The Pythian Prize fell to Fernandez, lOst. 51bs.; Home Rule, 8st 111b., 2nd; Lifeboat, lOst. 71b., 3rd. The meeting will bo continued to-day, when the following interesting programme will bo contested . — The Rosehill Mile, st. lbs st. lbs Keith ... ... 9 0 Soldier's Wind ... 7 0 Manlon... ... 0 5 Lady-in-Waiting ... « 12 Honeydew ... 0 3 Lady Claudia ... li 12 Paddy ... ... 8 10 Jack ... ... 6 12 Volcano... ... 8 8 Cloffs ... ... a 12 Invader... ... 8 6 Dalley ... ... 0 10 Steel Arrow ... 8 G Lady Kingsborough 6 10 Wyc...

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THE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

THE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. Thews was a committee moeting of this Association on AVednosday evening, at Lea's Temporanco Hotol, tho new president, Mr, W. M. Thomas, in the chair. Thoro woro also present : — Messrs. Ewart (secretary), Blacket, Baker, Soager, Wright, Taylor, and Dr. Fur-nival. A.pologios wero made for Mr. R. A. Ritchie and Mr. Burt, unavoidably absent. The chairman, on rising, acknowledged the honor conferred upon him as president. Not knowing much about tho past history of Auburn, ho had looked over the minutes of former meetings, and had been astonished to find how many things had been dono by the Association for the good of the inhabitants. He could not hopp to oxcel others who had preceded him in office, either in zeal or know ledge, but ho would give all tho timo ho could spare, with as much ability as ho possessed, to further tho work of the Association and pro mote tho common good. Auburn was one of tho highest places ou tho suburban lino, and lie believed it was...

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Auburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

Auburn. Early in the wook a daughter of Mr. D. Larkin, about eight years of ago, had a fit. Dr. Furnival wiie sent for, bur. when he saw the child she was quite dead. Though there wore no reasons for questioning that it was a case of douth from natural [ought it not to be ((/(-natural ?] causes, ho was unablo to give tho usual certificate. Tho coroner was therefore informed of tho circumstance, but it was not deemed necessary to hold an inquest. Although not many persons aro inclined to quarrel with tho vordict recorded against tho man Derome, for improperly disposing of night soil, at the Quarter Sessions, some commissera tion is expressed for the accused, owing to tho fact that ho has undergono several surgical operations in tho mouth, interfering so much with mastication that ho can only tako soft food. Subscription lists havo therefore beon circulated, to enable his family to make up the £20 fino. It is likely he will soon regain his freedom, and if the result should bo to make ...

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CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 11 May 1889

CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. Coates v. Auburn. — With 3 down for 51 in the first innings the Auburns resumed play, bill though it was a splendid day and perfect light, the remaining batsmen failed to make a long stand and the first innings closed for 96. Having to follow on an even poorer score re sulted, the total only reaching 70. Byrnes and Speurs secured all the wickets in the first innings and did not bowl in the second, and Bennett, Calver and Paton were the destruc tive agents in this attempt. The Coaics C. C. thus won by 76 runs and an innings to spare. The final Cup match will bo played between tho same J clubs and will start to-day on the Albert wicket. Coatos 1st Innings. — Bennett, b Barton . . . . 48 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 Donnen, b Barton . . I Nagle, not out . . . . 20 Tunks, W., b Lambeth .. 10 Paton, h.o. w. b Lambeth . . ...

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