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

WESLEYAN CHURCH. This church was largely attended on Sunday evening last, when the Rev. P. J. Stephen gave an eloquent address on ' Shipwrecked Lives.' The choir, under Mr. Barry's leadership, gave two anthems ' Lord we pray Thee,' (Dr. Roberts) with solo by Mr. Barry, and ' Turn thy face from thy sinB,' (Sullivan).

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
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THE COLD SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

//ffiE COLD SEASON. ^ pfepare yourselves for the cold season, bv getting in tne house Virtue's well-known Irish Moss, which will cure all kinds ot colds, and set you up for the winter. To be obtained only from W» L. Pye, chemist and druggist (late Bv M. Virtue), Chnroh-st. *

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

THE RAIN. Mr. Russell says that the rain came first in I at Port Darwin, has crossed the continent in a | south-easterly direction, and has worked more | rapidly than usual into this colonj. The depression developed since Saturday, and, I happening as it does between two high pres- 1 Bures — one in the west and the other In the east — is, so to speak, wedged in, and has shot in like a tongue between the two, bringing tbe electrical disturbances we experienced In the early part of the week. /

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The "Little Folks' Return." PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

The 'Little Folks' Beturn.' PABBAMATTA. Perhaps it was because of the joy all felt at flu rain coming down ; perhaps it jras. becaqn vigilaot dancers at ' theLittle.Folk's Be turn ' included the soeiable/irfendly, genuine demote it) pur district life' ' whatever was the reason of it, — the affair at ' the Masonic ' on Monday evening, was most successful — unique, so far as en joyment went. The weather was warm, so warm that it was a relief to be a re porter, and to be under no obligation to dance more than, say, one jig out of every three called np. The gentleman who has personal obligations towards f the ladies present (and obligations un connected with good-natural chat, in type, about them, on Saturday morning) looked flushed and 'profuse' at the end of each dance ; and the ladies in variably met you with the remark, ' Pretty warm ; isn't it.' Hut for all that, as said before, the pleasure limni fetit abroad was remarkable. For there was no caste flouted ; no reserve beyond that ...

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U. E. LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

U. E. LECTUBE. Professor Jose, on the 9th inst., delivered the fourth series of the ' University Extension lectures in whioh he dealt with the story of Indian Conquest from the fall ot the Mogul Empire. He traced the rise pf the Mahratta power, the spirited efforts of Dnpleix to establish Franoh Aftmtn.i4rui imri thA rnnnliu! of French and native, aggression by tbe geniuB of Bobert Olive. He next sketched out Olive's romantic history, and gave the story of tbe capture of Calcutta by Suraj ah Dowlah and the terrible episode of the 41 Black Hole,' followed by. the retribution march of Clive and the A^toric victory of Plassey. Olive's ' Civil Service reform ' and the gradual extension ot Dritisn domination ; the development of the EX Company; and the exsinng days of Warren HastinAs, Franois, and Imfrey were dealt with. The lecturer declarod that Wnjttiliiy'e famous criticism ms most partial anrunjust. Hastings1 aubseqaent oonaact in the matter of the Bob ilia war, eto., and the effect ...

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Manchester House, and Spring Goods. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 21 September 1895

Manchester House, and Spring Goods. Messrs. H. Mason and Co.. the well known drapers, of Parramatta north, .'nd whose advertisement appears in another column, are shewing in their spacious shop windows their new spring goods ; and ladies passing tbe dainties ' there displayed may be expected to stop, and study the triumphs of taste ana skill which the millinery department can show. In dress-goods the old established business can boast of novel - [ ties, fashionable, and reasonable iu ; price ; and in the more prosaic lines of clothing, furnishing goods and mercery there is much at Mason and Co.'s to command favourable attention, and the housewife who wants to do business on reasonable lines need go very little farther than the corner of Pennant-street. The window-dressers of the establishment may plume them selves on having secured behind the plate-glass fronts, some very creditable effects — with the aid of laces, fancy nets, chiffon, Guipure, bright silk goods, aud summer wear in ...

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

K kT.T.v v 1 1 .T.T.. {rlWS! OliiCOMWHPOSVlSKT.) A lady, formerly connected with the China Inland Mission, was announced to $peak at the Advcntist Church on missionary work in China, on Sunday evening the 8th inst. In thejeourse of her remarks, she wandered from thewahject announced into the peculiar doctrines of the Adventist body. This,— considering the chair limn and the majority of the conuremvtion Kivsent were members of other churches, who ad come expressly to hear of China and the mission work there, —seemed to be quite out of 1 1 ice She rcferied to Sunday nnd seemed to indicate that the people who observed that day were worshippers of the sun, and also warned them to come out from all other churches into the Advcntist church. The speaker referred to the doctrine which I believe has its origin umonj; the Christndelphiims, concerning the supposed sleep of the 60ul nfter death. She gave au interesting account of China, its cities, religion, population etc. etc. Some of the det...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

PARRAMATTA DIVISION— Continued. Ihi ' I ~ ? i ll if' -= Surname of Person Objected g, Ground of El I HC to, in full. Residence. : Occupation. 1g Objection *J/ § Christian Name in full. ! ?£ |(Drleflj stated) If 580 Dodd, Charles Rosehill st labourer disqualified. COO Drescher, Rasper Marsden st watchmaker ditto 613 Drisooll, Denis F. Church st innkeeper ditto fi2i Duffy, William Wentworth st blacksmith ditto p# u4]|EDHOP, James Grose st porter ' ditto r-12!Kdsor, Robert Churcli st painter ' ditto IWVGIIU Edwi:iW. Harriet surveyor ditto liliOJEnmnuel, Alfrc.l H. Macqunrie st brewer 1 ditto (ilil Emerson. Charles Domain .labourer j ditto (1115 Euficne. Joseph 'Sorrell st Iblacksmith ditto (17fiFAHHELI,, Robert Church st labourer ? ditto OSIllFenis, Edward Gcarge st gardener ditto (-88]Ferris, Isaac B. Macquarie st auctioneer ' ditto 70l|l''itzgerald, James Median at labourer ditto 702 'iUKerald, John Mcchan st labourer ditto 704 Fitzgerald, Michael Barrack Lane bootmaker ditto 730 Flo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

Sj3|i|]j!ii|]jBiiii]]i!i^^ 1 Wgm IT WON'T TAKE YOU A MOMENT JKf^.: ; 0 | ^Sm ?/?-?, ? TO READ THIS ! ? ? j/MjL \ H~~ ' iVE you ever tried E. J. PERRY for Provisions? If not, do so at once. He keeps Jf^Ed^BBU^ n everything you can mention in the provision line, cooked or uncooked, winter or summer, its ^^s^^^^^^T^jV * I! Cil all the some. If you can't call or Bend, WRITE A NOTE— it will have the same attention. d^^SH^^a&^tr1 P rjj BUTTER, for instance, is one of his special lines. Quality and Price cannot be beat. Send for a t^^^^SBjPB^^g'j H S\ sample pound of his Creamery Butter, or send word to the shop for the cart to call. BACON— Ho WfTPr^ V r '- V SI ieeps the very best Hand-cured from 4d Ib. PORK, Fresh and Pickled Dairy fed. This year he is 55s*S^Si?«Si. ' 1! ra getting in from Mr. Bennett's Farm, Castle Hill, SUCKING PIGB to order. POULTRY of every ™- [ =JI description. Fowls, dressed, from 3/- pair. We also dress your own poultry, sent for and delivered all ready fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

Parliamentary Elections. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTORATES & ELECTIONS ACT, 5C VIC, No. 38, A.D. 1895. SCHEDULE D. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF PARRAMATTA.— PAIUUMATTA DIVISION. LIST OF NAMES OBJECTED TO UPON GENERAL LIST. * : T i ii O 1 '™ ? S = Surname of Person objected , ' p g Ground of (g to in full. ? Residence. , Occupation. '*'S\ Objection 5 Christian Name in full. i « ° (briefly Bt&tad) ? ? 1 i ri 1.TADDINGTON, Charles Church-street .innkeeper Disqualified 30jAllso, John Campbell-street .clerk ditto 73 Attrell, Henry Elizabeth Farm carpenter ditto 81 Aynsley, William May's Hill wood-outter ditto 110 BARNES, Alfred Western Rood wood-ontter ditto 117 Barron, Charles D. Meehan-Et agent ditto 126 Bashfprd, William John Bosehill-Bt railway inspector ditto 129'Batchelor, Leonard Barrack Lane labourer ditto X81 Baxter, William George et olerk ditto 184 Beames, George Smith st labourer ditto 142:Becke, Frederick Axgylcat gentleman ditto HS'Belbridge, Fronois W. May's Hill bank man...

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"To you," good Friends. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

Wffim^qjou-' goo& Friends. B^iittd'if'xjnr^rst Quarter it is' ffiKifilnia tight that' we should iK|^^ihithuteost important; ^mmXew^thWzteU, say si ^BMms&MiMifell&iA, of the ?Gil if possible greater vigilance on behalf of the many claims upon a newspaper's force arising in Parramatta and dis trict. We have devoted ourselves and our opportunities to the promotion of local interests, and we are proud and thankful that our good-will has been so cordially reciprocated by those of all classes who can appreciate a fbee, fair, and fearless Press.

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Our Local Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

Our Local Trade. ? .At (he outset of our journalistic career, we noticed the fact that, owing to its ?' peculiar position, Parrarriatta, as a '?'. business centre, is liable to suffer at tbe :; 'hands of its own residents. There are , ? inany things which naturally act for its _-- disadvantage — tbe nearness of the ever ?:: .attractive metropolis, the tapping of the outlying Burburbtm districts by trunk :?., lines giving direct communication with %?'„ Sydney, the difficulty re 'direct access' - (oi the want of it) with the western : .environs, etc. Against these our local 1 , tradespeople hare increasingly had to .contend. These drawbacks have spoilt 'the .trade in good times; they have '? mailer poor .trade worse in evil times. ,';r Ah3 of the latter we have had our full ,ij; share of late. The paralysis of business S.jeyerywhere — caused by political unear S.tainty,. industrial disagreements, and S financial catastrophes — now seems ?7; passing away. In the coming return *:' to pr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

Births, Marriages & Deaths. ? Prepaid Advertisements under these headings 34 words, 1/- ; over 24 words, 2/- each ' ? '-, ? insertfon. ? : ? ? ' ' /// BLBTH- // DUKLOP ? September 24th, at her residence, ^ J ^owman-street, Farramatta soutfi, the v ? .wife of Alex. Dunlop, of a daughter. ' ??? . ? THE dtnttorlgttft jfrcc fflrass. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1895.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

-/„ flBE^^^ But we'll do better, Sempronius — we'li fSfcP ,. ??^^B deserve it.' ? ,? j^l^^^^^H^. Latest Novelties in High - ;- Jn^^^^^^^^^^nHfl A Large Stock of Spectacles , H^^^^^PN^^H^^K & Eyeglasses to select t^^^^^A ^^^B^H from. V^^^^^^^^^V / i MAXIMUM VALUE. ^H^^^HflRr fjfrf MINIMUM COST. sfc^ THE LEADING WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLEE, Goldsmith's Hall, Parramatta. i Mr. Wm. BENNETT j - ? ,'g ? Surgical & Mechanical ft L ? DENTIST ?! I Chnrch Street, Parramatt«. | V Ou Administered Daily. y

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KENTHURST. School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

KENTHUBST. School of Arts. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held on Saturday last, Mr. Tosh presiding. The attendance was good and the items given were well rendered. The following was the pro gramme. Song, ' Advance Australia Fair, by Miss E. Jay; song 'The cows are in the corn,' Miss Parr ; song, ' Always take mother's advice,' E. Featherston ; Reading, 'William Penn,' Mr. Burrell ; song, ' The ehipthatnever returned,' Mr. J. Blake ; song, ' The dear little Shamrock,' W. Gibbs ; reading, ' Punch, brothers punch,' Mr. Dale ; gong, ?- The Yorkshire Lass,' Mr. W. Eillip ; song, ' See our Oars,' Miss L. Jay; song, ' Ever ofThee,' Mr. Burrell; reading, ' The Showman's Courtship,' A. C. Gibbs ; song, ' Robin Adair,' Mr. White; reading, Mr. Dale; song,' Cric- ket on the Hearth,' Miss M. Cohen, for which an encore was tendered, and he in response sang 'Ora Pro Nobis ' in good style ; song, ' The sailor Boy,' 8. Jarrett; song, 'When yon and I were young, Maggie,' W. Gibbs ; song,...

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In Bankruptcy. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. (Before the Registrar, Mr. F. W. Edwards, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

In Bankruptcy. \ MONDAY, SEPTEMBER SS. « (Before theBegistrftr, Mr. P. W.Edwuds, TJL) J In the matter of the baoimptcy vt Soiand f\ Lumby. ' ~1 ' V Li E. Lumbv, residing at Pennant -BHla, ^ deposed he had been a baker arid grooer ^ bsforehis baokraptcy. He wished to amend ' ^ Mb statement by including a non-reddentilln + « » «« -n -rt«i in Urn Wollombi fliaUsL r. «i which he had thought was oaned)e3.V^ A deposit and annual lmtalm»U«lua'1isep^^ci paid on his behalf fay Us, father. Hanieo Wffi% Information from lands Office, .^pTlpjroW,. i;i!| showing oreaent'atate otpnroh«se;i ':?; :?* »?jMfK®a One creditor (Mr.T.Tbomp3on)lwaBXni)Hintfi. M bat said he would reserve, toy wrarninatinn igSg he might wish to make tU »gon«ria jneetkogSa ot creditors could be fceia. , ? ? :*™fp^8 ?Thetorflwr examtoiBMi wu *njoTtei«4|i'M 1st October, whffl. bariruptwouldbe'twar^fP toMtaul amwJtog;* -^M^fi^i

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THORNLEIGH. Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

THORNLEIGH. Ball. On the evening of the 20th inst., the Oddfellows of our district celebrated the opening of the local lodge with a grand ball, in the School of Arts. Mrs; Hill catered in sDlendid stvle. and while she was laying tables in the hall at midnight, tbe ladies and gentlemen passed away the time with parlour games, tete-a-tete communings, and otherwise. Among the guests of the night were : — Miss Lutberborrow, in cream muslin, cream lace, and green trimmings ; Miss Anlezark, ruby silk, lace trimmings ; Miss Lacoy, pink muslin, white tulle ; Miss F. Shepherd, black, pink ribbons ; Miss Bullard, white muslin, prettily trimmed ; Miss Maher, white muslin and lace ; Miss R. Madden, heliotrope, nun's veiling, and black velvet; Miss Madden, red nun's veiling, and black lace trimmings ; Miss Moran, black ; Mrs. C. Maber, white silk, black lace and jet ; Miss Stan ton, navy blue ; Miss H. Stanton, fawn, and flowers ; Miss V. Whiting ; Miss Gorman, but tercup, green; Miss M. Reynold...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. ABOUT THAT TOWN CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

ORIGINAL POETRY. ABOUT THAT TOWN CLOCK. With pockets tightly buttoned up, thus spake the P.M.G., ' I itmr those l'anumatto talk won't get a clock bom me, It grieves me that niy harshness should their gentle Bpirits shock, T Invn tht-m. T nAare them, hut thev cannot have a clock. For G«otgie Beid he is my boss, and Georgie Bays, says he 1 You've got to keep expenses down, and duck the £ s. d. Retrenchment is our little game, it shall be and it mnsi The motto of ;Ai» Government's— Economise or bust 1' No — from my massive marble brow I'd offer them a lock In token of affection, — but they cannot have a dock.' Well, boys of Farramatta town, now seeing this 18 thus; We dont intend to make a song, we'll not create a fuss. ' If we are not to have a clock, we're going to do without it And just to let the matter rip, and so that's all about it Perhaps some day we'll bny a clock ourselves, perhaps we won't, ; n's lite this.— if we do, we do, ana if we don't, we don't. ' We mean to satisfy th...

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SEVEN HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

SEVEN HILLS. The bountiful rain which started on Wednesday afternoon and came down so copiously on Thursday has, it is needless to say, caused unbounded feel ings of thankfulness among fruitgrowers. Following upon the serious destruction of the orange crops by the westerlies and the frost, the threatened continu ance of tbe drought caused great un easiness for the future of the yield of summer fruit. All uneasiness as to the prospects of the summer fruit crop has now been ended by the timely fall of rain, and this is the time to get on the Rnffc aiHo. nf frnir.rrrmvArH far a phoan drink. So elated are they at the passing away of the threatened accumu lation of losses during tbe past season that, to a man, they will shout drinks all round on Friday market to those who congratulate them on the subject of the splendid rainfall. When the light shower fell on Tuesday week, some one telegraphed from your part of the world to a metropolitan ournal that the break up of the drought hod saved...

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THE GIPSY'S . . .. DAUGHTER. CHAPTER XXII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

f THE GIPSY'S . . I ..DAUGHTER. r CHA.PTEB XXII.— (Cwitimm/.) ? ' Would you transmit a letter for me, then ?' ' We might, at a premium,' said the man. Amos could not endure dealing with this office. He concluded to go first ?: to Miss Blake. £'-? When Miss Blake heard that he come :t '': to ask about Miss Rose Reynolds she r held her head high. ?' Miss Reynolds was the most ill |i jbempered young person Miss Blake ht.l £:f , ever h&d in charge, and she was sure ??/ Miss Beynolds would turn out poorly. jt- ? But Amos prayed her so earnestly 'i to' inquire of the pupils if any of them }:. knew anything of Rose that, tinder I' protest, the school-mistress did so. I ,-'. 'There's a junior pupil here,' she |:;'- said, , returning, ? that is a cousin of fe; Mary Bellis, and Mary knew some K tiring of MiBS BeynoldB last August, Sp'aDS there's Mrs. Bellis' address.' H' Amos hurried to Mrs. Sellis. But k|« the dressmaker was expecting to have Bpaie custom of the loyoly laAj St. gOlty...

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