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Auburn Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

Auburn Park. Anniversary services were held in the Church of England on Sunday last. The Rev. Mr. Cawdell was the preacher in the morning and the Rev. Mr. Saunders in the afternoon. Both services were well attended, The young men of Bankstown and neighbourhood are going to entertain their lady friends at a social on the evening of 8-hour day.

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tooth and Co's Mineral Waters. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

Tooth and Co's Mineral Waters. Messrs. Toofh and Co.. Limited, of the Kent Brewery, George-street West, Sydney, have, as an important notice printed elsewhere says, es tablished a uranch of their mineral water depot in Fennell-Blreei, Fairamatta, under the con trol, of Mr. Caivwright. A stroll through the c'tj premises in tvhich Mr. H. C. Forrest directs operations in connection with the manufacture ot lemonade, soda water, ginger ale, ginger beer, and with the repacking of Helidon Spa water, boi.led at the natural spring, near Tpowoomba, Queensland, (a speciality, rapidly gaining public favour), Champagne, and ' Footbal1.,' is an experience rich in interest for the visitor, and fraught with many satisfactory assurances if the said visitor happen to favour summer drinks of this kind. A. Fui Prjsss man looked thnxigh the place, by the invitation of Mr. Forrest, ihe other day ; and his verdict was in everyway a glowing one. Mr. T. Cleary has charge, under the superintendence of Mr. Fo...

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

Influenza. Influenza has beeu somewhat preva lent in Bsnketown lately, owing, no doubt, to the severe cold winds that have so quickly followed the recent hot weather. Mr. O'Neil, Mrs. Ward, and Mrs. Ryan, the wife of Bankstown's oldest inhabitant, ore amongst the sufferers from this malignant complaint from whicb, we hope, they may speedily recover.

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

f THE ? IVEW - SHOP ! 1 .;'-- ' A. «E^ SO\ AIM* CO., I | [psTADueiuvD 1885.] '' ', THE. NOTED SYDNEY I bash Grocers, Provision and I Produce Merchants, I Will shortly Comineiice Business with a First-class Stock of I TEAS, GKOCKRIES, PKOVISIONS & PEODUCE, I d^// Which will be sold at I THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. \ I We respectfully ask you to GIVE US A TRIAL, feeling confident we ^^tefc^^^^^^^^^ can give you satisfaction. rSHBaflji^^^^^^^^^^Sl Orders faithfully executed anil promptly delivered to any part of Parramatta and 9HHHH|^^B|bH||^^^^Q Surrounding District. r ;sMHHI^^9i^^^^^^A^4 ? ? ? - fl|^^S^BHBl|MMH NO1E THE ADDRESS— I-Hi A. BENSON & CO.. WB CHURCH AND PENNANT STREETS., fi^^35i^^88i5SBH PABBAfflATTA. y* \f~-~ ? -^^^^^^^^^| (Lately Occupied toy P. L. GOWING.)

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He Means to Try. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

He Means to Try. Mr. S. Brown, of Bankstown, is evidently a gentleman of a somewhat sanguine disposition. Having been some time ago fined by the Parramatta Bench for carting offal in the public street, he has read of a more recent case wherein two gentlemen of his acquaintance were complained of for an exactly similar alleged offence. In this instance, how ever, Mr. Todhunter, the learned ad vocate for the defence, pointed out that as the Act under which the proceedings were taken applied only to slaughtermen, and the occupiers of slaughter-houses, and as ais clients were not inciuaea in either of these categories, they could not legallybepunishedunderit. TheBench recognised the force of the argument and dismissed the case. Now, Mr. Brown, who also does not come under either of the above headings, and who duly paid his fine ' like a man,' feels confident that something is wrong somewhere. There seems to him to be s sort of un evenness — a lack of symmetry, so to speak — *bout New So...

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

T. ^SST. POLLOCK, DRAPER, MILLINER and CLOTHIER, Victoria House, Fuller's Buildings, Church Street. Is Now Showing .... . . . In Each Department SPRING GOODS Newest, Most Fashionable, and Best-selected Stock. /v Dress Department / Large Bange of New Muslins. Zephyrs in Plain, Stripes and Checks. Gaiateas — 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. Fancy Costume Tweeds. Silk and Wool Mixed Tweeds. Fancy Spring Coatings, Wool Beiges, Crepons. Black Grenadine. Black and Coloured Cashmeres. Nun'B Veiling, etc., etc. Haberdashery Department This Department is now well assorted with oil Plain Haberdashery. Mso Novelties in Bead Trimmings. Fancy Buttons. Combs. Brushes. Perfumery. Soaps. Belt Bvckles. Purses. Baskets, etc., etc. Millinery Millinery Ladies' Fashionable Straw Hats, trimmed and ...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

Brief Mention. A portrait of the late Fireman J. Martin has been presented to the widow by the officers and men of No. 1 Fire Company, Paramatta. The work of art (from the Globe gallery) is, without doubt, a wonderfully faithful likeness. The Elng'e School boys, and their friends, cheered the winner of the All Schools Race (A. W. aoott) most osartiiy ; an act in keeping with the generous chivalry and fine spirit always associated with K.S. sporting matters. A magnificent tribute to the value of order, discipline, and intelligence in government, is the smooth-running style in which matters in Connection with a long snorts programme are got through every year by the King's School folk. Mr. Fitzpatrick, who has to aght his election over again, at Bylstone, has the sympathy and good wishes of his many Parramatta friends. Will other Liberal M's.P. go up to help him 1 Those from the opposing ranks are helping his Word comes to hand that the Queen of the Earth miners at Yirilla (W.A.) have...

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Parramatta Borough Council. A SHORT SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

Parramatta Borough I Counoii. ^ ? . i A SHORT BITTING. jj The fortnightly meeting of the Parramatta J Borough Cooncil waaheLd on Monday evening. '1 Preas&t : The Mayor (Mr. 0. 1. Byrnes, i.VX J Aldermen Taylor, Dixan, Vnthen, Campbell, 1 andHillu. % BUQBTI. J The Finance Committee presented a report i notilvine naTmente as under : Bal»riei — ,- £46 Ss; wages, £188 7s fid; aoooonU, ' £67 Os 8d ; and recommended lor payment - acconnta amounting to £09 7- lid.— The -: report was received. - ZhOOMKO CoBEEaFOKDEKQB. ^i Letter (circular) from Aahfield Conncil, -, transmitting copy of resolu'don te providing for vehicular traffic being controlled by each 1 municipality under the Local Government ,' Bill.— The Mayor said that in his opinion all - vehicles should be licensed by Government, ^ and the proportion of fees paid to the variom , mnBicipalities.— The letter was received. Letter from AnBtralian Gas Company, re Quality oi iis^t f nmlBhed, rt^wmp inaL 4rxth y, one or two except...

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

mEA DRINKBKS I rTlEA DEINKEES 1 . ||| mEA DKINKEBS !! r^fl ECONOMISE. ECONOMISE, ECONOMISE. :-J| IT IS AN ADMITTED FACT THAT M 2 WSJ 2 E'S T-l At 1/- Per Pound, m Is Equal to us; Tea in tie Market at U »d. :'.^m 81b. & 121b. Tins. Satisfaction Guaranteed, or -^M Cash retoraed. 'M «S' TBY IT. TBY IT. TET IT. ,-ffl e, , / ? / 'W& J. TOOHEY, I PRODUCE MERCHANT, Comer CHUBCH ft M PHILLIP STB., PABRAMATTA. J AU Prodooe at-^towert Kuket Bates ,S

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BANKSTOWN. The Approaching Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

BANKSTOWW. The Approaching Municipal Election. Matters municipal are progressing favourably in the new corporation. Mr. G. B. Johnson J.P., of ' Carysfield ', has been ' sounded 'as to hi? willing ness to act as the first Returning Officer, and has intimated that he consents to undertake the duties. His reply having been forwarded to the Chief Under Seoretary, the matter may, no doubt.be regarded as settled. Mr. Johnson, it is eaid, proposes to fix. the 26th October, the last possible day, for the polling. It is reported that a requisition in viting Mr. J. J. Cooper to offer himself for election as Alderman is being exten sively signed; that a deputation will wait upon Mr. Edward Fripp to convey to him a similar request; and that Messrs. Gilliver, Miller, Hainke and others are mentioned as probable can didates for municipal honours.

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NORTH AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

NOETH AUBDEN. Tbe addition to the North Auburn Public School has been progressing rapidly, and is now on the verge of com pletion . Mr.Hewson, builder, of Sydney Road, North Auburn, has had the con tract in hand. He has added to the ormer building a room measuring 42 feet long by 24 feet wide, and 14 feet in height. For the lost two years, the average attendance has been about 220, and the crowded state of the school may be imagined when we state tbat, before the improvements were commenced, the building was only calculated to accommo date 180 children. With the addition that has been made, there will, in future, be ample accommodation for 860 pupils, and moreover, the new room will be capitally adapted for school concerts and other entertainments which have hitherto been held in the Cumberland Hall. An additional bbdroom has also been attached to the residence of Mr. Lovel, tbe school teacher ; and both his dwelling and the sohool have been thoroughly repainted and renovated. We un...

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Baptist Church, Granville. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

Baptist Church, Granville. A very pleasant social evening was spent last Monday night, in the vestry of the Baptist Church, Blaxcell Street, Granville, by the members of the Boys' Endeavour Society, together with their sisters, and a few friends. The meeting was opened soon after 7 o'clock by the President, Mr. W. Marshall. Miss Edio Barber was organist. The follow ing was the programme of the evening : Recitation, 'A leap for life,' Garnet Mallinson ; recitation, ' Queer medi cines,' Tom Melville : recitation ' Beware of crooked whisky,' Leslie Shugg : song, Marian Ellis ; reading Charles MaUinson; recitation, 'The dying girl to her father,' Julia Neilson ; recitation, 'Little Katie,' Elsie Gapes; recitation, 'Give a helping hand,' Esther Wright; reading, Archie Ewart ; recitation, 'Mot fit to be kissed,' Emily Melville: reading, Ettie Wilson; recitation, ' The choir and the new bonnet,' Mabel Barber; recitation, ' The deformed child,' Belle Howard ; reading, by the President. Tea,...

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GRANVILLE ELECTORATE. GRANVILLE. The Masquerade Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

GRANVILLE ELECTORATE. GRANVILLE. The Masauerade Ball. Tbo long promised Masquerade Bal] eventuated at the Albert Hall, Granville ; and we hear with satisfaction, from the promoters, that it was a financial suc cess. Some of the' character dresses worn were particularly creditable. Mr. trannon was M.C. ; and good music (of course) was supplied by the Harmonic Band (Mr. H. Staff, director). The ' iitassey ' waltz was creditably played by the orchestra. The guests were masksd till about midnight, anil, natur ally enough, the effect was uniquely comical, but at the same time most interesting. Mr. BoyB (stockman) treated those present to an exhibition of stockwhip cracking. Dancing was kept up till 4. SO a.in. Among the ladies we saw: — Miss Lee, 'Nancy Lee' ; Miss Brown, pink, cream silk ; Mrs. T. Phipps, cream and pink ; Miss M. Leo, a school girl; Miss Lee, 'Marine'; Miss Fanny Northey, Milkmaid; Misses E. and Alice Evans, pale blue, lace and pearls ; Miss Cutler (Parramatta) , lemon ...

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That Heathen Chinee. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

That Heathen Chinee. That the simple Mongolian has not altogether forgotten his native cunning, the following narrative may show. For some three or four Sundays past, a cer tain celestial resident in Auburn whom we may call Quorjg Fat missed eome of his frugal store of apples, bananas, and the like, and began shrewdly to suspect that, during his absence on the Sabbath, the boys of the neighbourhood had got in, and had been exploiting the same. Doubtful how to act, he took counsel with a prominent member of the con stabulary, who advised him to stay at home last Sunday, lie in ambush, and watch what occurred. Our almond eyed friend deemed the counsel good, and acted upon it accordingly. After he hnd lain in wait a considerable time, he became aware that one of the juven iles of the vioinity hod managed to in sinuate himself into his (Quong Fat's) domicile and was rapidly appropriating a miscellaneous assortment of toothsome commodities. The enraged Chinaman quickly discovered himself...

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AUBURN. Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

AUBUEN. Municipal Council. / The Auburn Council met on Monday . Present : The Mayor (Aid. Taylor), aid Aldermen Small, Baker, Blackett, MyeK Lightfoot, Ritchie, and Dyer. I IxCOHCIO CORBBSPONDENCE. I From Railway Department (to Mr. G.JW. Smailes, M.L.A.), stating that the uomfus sionern coDld not Bee their way olear to Jon strnct a subway at Anburn station, as Bey had, during their term of office, built an otei head bridge. I From John Delahunt, re contract on Park road, stating that owing to the excessively try weather, it would be impossible to finish bis contract in the time agreed upon, and askihg (or an extension. Bequest granted. I From Borough ot Ashfield, re conference tn railway tares stating that the conference whilh was to bare been held on Friday, had bein postponed till October 4.— Received. I From O. Hayter (seeretary Auburn anu Eookwood Sunday Parade), asking for the patronage o- the Council at the parade (ol October 27), and farther asking il the Mayot would give an ...

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

The Old Australian Grocery House, W. GATES, GEORGE STREET (Near Chubch Stkeet), 3^//3'~ ^Established in I863\, ^ Oontinuas to Sui ply tho Ve v Best Values in Choice TEAS, FftESig ROASTED 0OFFBBJ8, and G-eneral Groceries With regard to TEA, a proper knowledge of Tea Values and Tea Blending cannot be gained in the short time may be supposed from the number of Dabblers in that particular article who have recently sprung into existence. Having had OVEB A QUABTEB OF A CENTUBY'S PBACTICE IN TEA BLENDING, I venture to ask A TBIAL 6£ my various Blends and other TEAS at prices within the reach of all at from -/9, 1/-, and upwards. Some of the leading Brands of PACKET TEAS are kept in Stock. Fresh-made BUTTEE from the very best Creameries received daily. MAIZE, BRAN, POLLARD, OATS, CHAFF, WHEAT, HAY, STRAW and best Brands of KEROSENE at LOWEST PRICES. rS' Customers Waited on for Orders Weekly. ? :o: ? ^IBfctJ/te:** s Gates, ? GROCER, ? Q-EORGB ST, PAHBAMA.TTA. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE...

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

IF YOU WANT A PIANO WRITE TO US. l ^^^B^^HBSKBaesg^^n We will send our 50-page Catalogue Free, \ /^^^E^^BES/n^£& givinK ™]mhl° information. / . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ We are SOLE AGENTS for all the best .^^^^^^^HB makers, such as £ TEW WAY £ SONS, '''^^^^^^^^^^^^P RWH' LIPP & SQliH- BRI1SMEAD, ' . ''^^^^^^^^^^^^L FEURICH, ECKE, UEBEL & LECH - ^EBKEKE^^^^Kfrl-EITER, GORS & KALLMANH. We make it easy to deal with us wherever you live. Our Prices are Most Reasonable, for STBICTLY PIHST-CLASS PIANOS. WE SELL OK EASY PAYMENTS. We take old pianos in exchange. We quarantec satisfaction, or Piano to be returned to us at our own expense. W. H. PALING AOT CO., LIMITED, 338 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. (Established 1853.)

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

INSURE YOUR LIFE. j Take advantage of the Stm Lift Atsmance TalU creatti by the ,y v.'l^H LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND CJMI ?- THE GREAT FIRE 4 LIFE INSURANCE OOMPANX OF THEWOBLD.' -\3f|B Under which only Half the Amount of Ordinary Premiums, are p-iyable bv the AMnrtd dorlniJ^H the First Five Years, whilst full amount of policy will be p ijable in the evMt'OFdeam l^M after payment of the Bret annual premium. - ' y S^B /3-S3 EXAMPLE: / '|H Age not exceeding 20 .. £0 17 11 per annum ? 25 .. 10 5 ? 30 .. 1 a (i ? 85 .. 1 7 4 Age not exceeding 40 .. £1 12 2 per annum * ? 45 .. 1 18 7 ., i-i ? 50 .. 8 1 6 ,. -«| , ? 65 .. % 11) 5 ., :?? The l'aijinent a! the Aliore Animal Prcminuu tccurct £100 in the event of death. j ? These Terms are the MOST REASONABLE yet submitted by any Life Assuranoe Company. ,?- Totai Assets to 1894 .. .. .. £0,874,S9S iterling *M Totiil Claims paid .. .. .. .. £30,481,812 nerilng -fj Total Net Chums paid in Australasia . . . . £1^04,000 ?terBng ; J Total Annnal Inc...

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

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"HOLDING THE BABY." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

'HOLDING THE BABY.' On Saturday a Mrs. Woia, residing on May's Hill, reported to the police that a child had been left in her care a few days before by an unknown woman, and ukei advice. It tran spired that Mrs. Wain had answered an adver tised application {or Bomeoae to adopt the child. A well-dressed woman called later, and after certain explanatory conversa tion, left the baby with Mrs. Wain on the repre sentation that she was going to the nearest draper's to procure certain extra clothing for it. She did not return. Mrs. Wain having ap plied to the police lor advice, afterwards saw resident officials in the Charities' Department ; by -whom she was advised to endeavour to secure the child's admission to some of the city in stitntions, which it is understood she has done.

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