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Parramatta Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY MAY 15, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

Parramatta Small Debts Court. 'Wednesday May 15, 1889. Dr. Johnson v. T. M. Williamson, Claim, £1 4s for professinul attendance on Hubert Wilson. Nonsuited. J. It. Cohen v. Jacob Motts. Cluim, £10. Vordict for amount with 19s Gd costs. J. Lyo v. Hourigau. Claim, £3 8s Sd. Ver dict for plaintiff with -Is costs. Samev. M. Bates. Claim, 10s 8d. Verdict for plaintiff with -Is costs. Thos. Hartley v. Slmllard. Claim, £3 17s lOd. Verdict for plaintiff with 12s costs. Lithgow Coal Compuny v. H. Coates. Claim, £0 19s Id. £1 3s 3d was paid into Court, that being tho proportion paid to all other creditors. Verdict for balance, with ex penses. Same v. Leo and Company. Claim, £1 4s 7d. Vordiot for plaintiif with 9s oosta. Gayv. Salsbury. Claim, £1 3s .'id. Defend ant put in a sot-off whioh was allowed and a vordict given for balance Same v. Corchovan. Claim, £i Os 7d. Verdict for plaintiff with -Is costs. Samo v. Edward Chaplin. Claim, £1 lfls lid. Verdict for plaintiff with Gs costs. Pollard v...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

PUBLIC NOTICE. AUCTION SALKS CONDUCTED MONTHLY, Of FURNITURE, Croekeryware, Glasswuro ami (Jouernl Ironmongery. No Ilcservo. Frederick Stack & Company (Lnlo F. A. Artluit.) rpiNWAKE at reduced prices. JL MURRAY BROS. rriHE BRITISH AUSTRALIAN LAND JL AND BANKING COMPANY, LIMITED. Pareamatta Branch, MACQUARIE STREET. Are prepared to make udvnnccs on all kinds of securities, and to receive deposits to any ex tent. Highest rates (if interest allowed. JOHN THORPE, Manager. A UCTIONEERS' SPECIAL NOTICE. TO LADIES and GENTLEMEN LEAVING the COLONY. FREDERICK STACK and COMPANY Bog to intimate that they are prepared to conduct SALES of every description, outdoor or at their new Auction Rooms. Cash advanced on goods for immediate sale. Parties giving up housekeeping will find it to their interest to communicate with us, as our large connection and experience in Furni ture and General Merchandise places us in a position to offer special advantages to those who favour us with their busin...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

VISIT JOHN HUNTER'S Parramatta Branch, TO-NIGHT, for the ?Greatest- Bargains ever offered in Boots AND Shoes. New Goods. Cheap Goods. . Mo Old Insolvent' Stock, bought at so much in the Pound.' but A.LL FRESH Lines Just Landed,, WE Astonish the Town and District with the Superior Quality and LOW PRICES of our BOOTS & SHOES. 'We have Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes of every Material, in Button, Lace, and Elastic. They are Very Choice, Durable, Fashionable and CHEAP. Our Gentlemen's BOOTS and SHOES are the Best and Cheapest to be had in Town. They Look Well, Fit Well, Wear Well, and are Most Comfortable to the Feet. WE INVITE YOU ALL to Come and Sec] for Yourselves. It is no trouble for us to SHOW YOU OUR GOODS, which are Marked at Sydney Prices, in Plain Figures. And, the Great Point to be Eemembered is this — that we have a Cash System, which means — SMALL PROFITS and QUICK 'RETURNS. NEW GOODS to hand this week, which will be SOLD AT A GREAT SACRI FICE, to make room f...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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MONDAY, May 13. (Before Messrs. G. T. Hunt, J. Whitworth, and H. Byrnes, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

Monday. May 13. (Before Messrs. G. T. Hunt, J. AVhit worth, and H. Byrnes, Js.P.) Roland Foster was fined 5s or 24 hours for being drunk. Louisa Eaton was fined 5s or 2-1 hours for a similar offence. Charles Edward Fizz complained that Robert Armstrong was indebted to him in the sum of £1. Defendant pleaded .that the plaintiff had refused to give him the week's notice agreed upon. Plaintiff stated that he had given a week's notice, but had given it iii the middle of a week. Tho case was dismissed.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta Petty Sessions. SATURDAY, MAY 11. (Before Mr. N. Stewart, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

Parramatta Petty Sessions. SATUKDAy, May 11. (Before Mr. N. Stewart, J.P.) John Johnstono was charged with stealing a quantity of oranges from the orchard of Joseph Jackes, Field of Mars. Complainant deposed to seeing prisoner and another lad in his orchard. He gave chase, but was only able to catch prisoner. Ordered to pay 2s 6d the value of the fruit, and fined 20s or three weeks in gaol.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Dundas Borough. THE FIRST ELECTION. NOMINATION PROCEEDINGS. TWENTY CANDIDATES IN THE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

The Dundas Borough. THE FIBST ELECTION. NOMINATION PROCEEDINGS. U isventy candidates in the ^ ; S . .FIELD. , Tin. nomination of candidates anx ious to contest' for the niiio aldor nianic seats iu tke now Borough Council of Dundas,' took place at the Bydalmoro Hall.' Bydalmere, on Satur day lnst, commencing at noon. AVhon proceedings commenced tho candidates . exceeded the number of aldermen; but ?within a ,short .time . tho. ratepayers rolled ? iip in earnest und flooded the chamber so to speak. The Beturning otfieer, : Mr. ?? AV. H. Monckton, had everything in order: Chairs for. the candidates were placed at the head of 'tho room near his table, facing tho public. . It might have been inferred ? from the manner in which the ? candidates were disposed about that party feeling was not dead, but from the speeches made by the candidates (most of whom announced their inten tion of burying the hatchet which was unearthed when the real question was 'To be or not to be. Whether it is bett...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

LL1TTBS AMD TrLrGTC OI^ EECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION Undertakers,, STATE AND REFORM FUNERALS conducted in the most respectable manner and at Moderate Charges. Load, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shortest Notice. Wreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards a Speciality— printed as required. Church Street. Pairamatta, New Furniture Arcade. Furniture Arcade. Ii you are about to FURNISH YOUR HOUSE Come and Walk through our Arcade, and look at our Goods and Prices. English &- Colonial Furniture, Bedsteads & Bedding, — AMD — AUSTRIAN BENT FURNITURE. Spring Mattresses, full size, from 15s. Chests of Drawers, from 30s. Kitchen Safes, 10s 6d. Kitchen Tables, 8s 6d. | Drawing Room Suites, from £11 os. Hardware, Hollowaro, Brushwaro, Basketware, &c. Colonial Ovens, from 7s 6d. Garden Barrows, 16s. Long Handle Shovels, 2s 6d. Good American Axes, 4s 6d. Wire netting from lft. to 6ft.— 2ft., 50 yds., 7s ; 3±t., 50yds., 10s del. Corrugated Iron Tanks— 200 300 400 500 GOO gall...

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Parramatta School of Arts. ARRANGING FOR THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

Parramatta School of Arts. ARRANGING FOR THE EXHIBITION. A special meeting' of the Committee of the Parramatta School of Arts was hold ou Friday ovening. Present: Tho President (Mr. R. H. Do Low) and Messrs. W. R. Murray, G. Pile, A. C. Willis, W. A. Brodie, J. G. Fyall, J. W. Hill, J. Arundale and R. S. Richardson, who acted as secretary in the absenoo of Mr. J.' J. Brcnou, for whom ho tendered, an anolosrv. Tho terms of leasing the Town Hall for a week for the Exhibition were accepted. In reference to reducing tbe overdraft on tho building, tho President and Messrs. W. A. Brodio, W. R. Murray, G. Pile and A. C. Willis offered thoir names as guarantors for an overdraft of £250, for the purposo of reduc ing the mortgage by £300. Mr. W. R. Murray ,'montionod that it waa Proposed by tho Mayor (Mr. Beames) that tho School of Arts take over tho books iu tho Freo Public Library, and that ho intended to sub mit a resolution to that effect. Mr. W. A Brodio suggested that initiatory stops b...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

FOR SALE, a Good Milking COW, with Calf at foot. Apply, M. Gazzard, Marion -street, Hurris Park. ACANCIE3 for GENTLEMEN, at MrsT C. F. BROWN'S, 'Brooklyn,' Went worth-street. ripd T7ET,'HOTJSF^fiimant-stre'ot,' near All JL Saints' Church, 10 rooms, stable and outhouses, garden, etc. Apply — T. R. BARBER, Next Door. OR SALE, Very Cheap, all kinds of VEHICLES. Also, Vehicles Let out on HIRE at F. SWEENY'S, Macquarie-street, Parramatta. 1' 7OR SALE.— In the estate of tho lato Mr. . Michael Carey, a Four-Roomed BRICK COTTAGE, situate on the corner of Grose and Sorrell streets, 101 feot frontage to Sorrell street, 129 feet frontage to Grose-street. Also, a Four-Roomed STONE COTTAGE and Shed (slate roof) in Grose-street, 172 feot frontage to Grose-street, depth 129 feet. A Two-Roomed BRICK COTTAGE, Large Kitchen, situate on the corner of Grose and Brickfield streets, 66 feet frontage to Grose-street, 150 feet to Brick field-street. Inspection invited. Apply to Mr. G. CAREY, Grose-street. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

Surroivrs ron hasi-beiiuy oaxes. — Common telegraph Aviro is cut into pieces from ten to twelve inches long, and each piece is thrust into a hole bored in tho stake for the purpose. The pro jecting parts ot me wire are uiou uuuo at right angles to the hole in the stake, an eye made on each end with a pair of pliers, and tho wires bent to a circular form, as shown in the engraving. The uaue may bo slipped into tho opon wire ring, and when it is to bo removed for for laying down or witting back there is no string to cut off, as in the old method. If desired, a second wire ring may be inserted lower down or on one side of the stako for tho reception of new canes. Wire supports of this nature are cheap, permanent and well worth adopting for ordinary use.—' American Agricultur ist,'

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Ye cannot Serve Two Masters. PARRAMATTA v. GRANVILLE. HOAXING AN M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

Ye cannot Serve Two Masters. PARKAMATTA v. aRANVILLE. HOAXING AN M.P. The action of Messrs. H, Taylor and R. A. Ritcshio, Ms, P., in endeavouring to -iuduoo the Government to resume 23 acres of the Eliza beth Farm Estate in the Borough of Granville and dedicate it as a sewerage farm for Parra matta, has raised the iro of the men of Gran ville, who rose up iu arras at once. His Wor ship tho Mayor (Mr. O; Uivwin) at onoe des patched two letters, one to tho Colonial Secre tary and the other to Mr. B. A. Ritchie, M.P. The letter to tho Colonial Secretary was a pro test, and the other one sent to Mr. Ritchie complimented him on his action. This latter was intended for satire, but Sir. Ritchie accep ted it with all seriousness and boasted some what proudly at the Parramatta Council meet ing on Monday evening that ho had received a warm letter of thanks from a prominent resi dent of Granvillo, at the same timo flourishing it with a good deal of satisfaction in the face of Alderman Neale. W...

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Granville Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

Granville Borough Council. A special meeting of the Council was held in the Town Ho II, on Monday even ing, Prosent: His Worship the Mayor, (Aldorman Unwin), and Aldermen Nobbs, Ross, Forsyth, Leggott, Goff and Kay. Following correspondence was dealt with: — From Deportment of Public Works, that letter re dredging of Duck Rivor had been referred to proper officer for roport. Received. From Major Shallow!, that damage to his propeperty in Binnalong-street, by goats, amounted to fully £150, and ask ing if some prohibition could not bo off ered. To be informed of the by-law on tho matter. From Borough of Parramatta, with reference to application for half the cost of bridge ovor Clay Cliff Creek, in Aston street, that they must decline to do so, but expressing willingness to do so if tho bridge woro put in Alfred-street. The Mayor stated that tho bridge pro posed by the Parramatta Council was entirely in that borough and not like that proposed by Granville on the boun dary of the two bo...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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St. John's, Parramatta THE GENERAL CEMETERY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

St. John's, Parram^tta THE GENERAL CEMETERY QUESTION. Tim adjourned vestry meeting of St. John's, Parramatta, was held on Tuos day ovoning in St. John's Grammar School. Archdeacon Gunthor, the in cumbent, presided, and there were also present Messrs. H. Byrnes, R. Harper, II. Hughes, T. F. Mackenzie, 0. W. Lloyd, John Taylor, E. Oatley, T. Dixon, 11. H. Do Dow, J. Hassall; J.E. Vallaclc, A. Massoy, Dr. Johnson, F. Wickham, W. W. J3odenham, W. Dalmas, J. Ohivors, and W. Polbrokc. Tho Revs. D' Arcy Irvine and H. Tato and Mr. W. Nollor attonded later in tho evening. Mr. C. Lloyd consented to act as secretary. The incumbent said ho had written to Mr. Rowling and Mr. J. Y. Mills, two of the trustees for the general eomotery. In an interview with Mr. Mills, that gentleman said he was opposed to tho opening of the cemetery in conso q nonce of tho land being unsuitable for tho purpose, and Mr. Rowling had stated his willingness to resign. Ho had also communicated with the Rev. J. Done, All ...

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Parramatta Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

JParramatta Borough' Council.., The regular meeting was held on Monday ovening. Present : Tho Mayor (Mr. 1Y Beanies) and Aldermen Taylor, Dixon, Brodio, Dellow, Ferris, Eitchie, Drew, Booth., and Nealo. Alderman Booth drew attention to the fact that he had objected at last meeting to a resolution in the name of Alderman Dellow, because he had re ceived no notice of it. Tho Council Cleric laid on the table a roturn of salaries received by persons in tho employ of the Council (as suggested in a' resolution moved by Alderman Eitchio at last meoting.) ; Tho return gavo tho following particulars : — S. AVickhmn, Council Clerk— Salary . . . . 350 0 0 Houso rent; gas, fuel, and water, no overtime, travell ing oxponses or othor emoluments E. J. Love, Overseer of 'Works — Salary .. . . ?? 102 0 0 Travelling expense i o'l 0.0 Comprising horso and buggy, purchased by himself out of said salary, to visit nil works under his contract, either within or without the borough, as directodby the Counc...

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The Dilapidated Fruit Markets. THE CITY COUNCIL AGAIN MOVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

The Dilapidated Fruit Markets. THE CITY COUNCIL AGAIN MOVING. At the meeting of the City Council on Thursday, Alderman Manning ,said thnt the Fruitgrowers' Union arranged for a deputation to wait on tho premier with regard to the erec tion of markets. He was of opinion that this council should show that they were well dispo sed towards these fruitgrowers. The aggre gate revenue they had received apjiroxiraated to £6000 a year. He submitted a motion to the counoil some time ago to tho effect that the council, on tho Government resuming a site for the purposo, would erect a market for the fruitgrowers, and that after allowing for the cost of management and the interest on outlay, the remainder of the income would be reserved for a sinking fund to pay off tho cost of tho buildings and land. He had no doubt that tho fruit interest alono, independant of the vege table business, would bo an important item in the future prosperity of the County of Cumber land. Tho motion referred to was de...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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A Good Record for the County. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

A Good Eecord for the County. That enterprising and industrious resident of Kenthurst, Sir. Charles Gibbs, scored high honors again at tho Hawksbury Show and was the means of giving the County of Cumberland an good an advertisement as an agricultural centre as the most ardent enthusiast could wish for. AVeheartily congratulute Mr. Gibbs on his groat success, and feel sure our sentiments of admiration will be echoed throughout the County. Mr. Gibbs took no leas than 44 prized, as follows : — Pears, 1st and 2nd ; Mangold Bed, 2nd ; Mangold Yellow, 2ud ; Table Beetroot, 1st; Sugar Beetroot, 1st and 2nd ; Cabbage , dozen, 1st and 2nd ; Carrots l'able, 1st and 2nd ;. Carrots Fodder, 1st ; Parsnips, 1st and 2nd ; . collection of Vegetables, 1st ; Special prize of best collection in Sub Sec A.B., £3 3 Oi Peaches best dozen, 1st and 2nd; Apples dessert best dozen, 1st and 2nd ; Apples dessert best p.nllpp.f.inn Inf. nnfl 9nil ? Artnlps BftkinQ* bfiHt dozen, 1st ; Apples Baking best collecti...

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Fruit Prices. [FROM OUR OWN REPORTER] Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

Fruit Prices. [Fkom oue own Reportee] Sydney, Thursday. Apples ... .. os to 10s. per oaso Pine-Apples ,. .. 18s to 22s.percnso Bananas .. .. 3s to as per bunch Oranges ,, , . -Is to 8s por case Lemons .. .. 12s to 18s Pears . . . , 10s to 18s Passion Fruit . . . . los to 24a. per ease Mandarins . . . . 8s to 12s por cuso

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Gough Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

Gough Town. A most enjoyable and successful concert was held hero on 15th May, under the auspices of the Sherwood Rangers Lodge of Good Temp lars, in aid of tho Lodge funds. Alderman Playford occupied the chair, and in the opening addrecs expressed the -rreat pleasure it afforded him to preside over such a meeting. Though not a Good Templar, he had been identified with the temperance cause for over a quarter of a century and had even taken a deep interest in its welfare. He was most agreeably sur prised tj see such a large aud'oace who testi fied by thoir presence that they wore not in sensible of the importance of this great question. The entertainment commenced with an overture on tho piano by Miss Grace Stiemo, who acted as accompanist, and performed her duties iu a most efficient and competent manner, and in a great measure contributed towards the success of tho concert. Mrs. Muriel gained much applause by her rendering of the songs, 'Golden lovo ' and 'It was a dream,' us also ...

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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

Local Topics. Only ono of our local members — Mr. John Nobbs, to -wit— voted in the somewhat sensa tion-environed division that was taken in tho Assembly on Thursday, when Hurley's objec tionable Ministerial Election Bill was being discussed in committee. Mr. Tavlor naired against it. AVo call it an objectionable Bill because (as the Premier accurately says) it sweeps away one of tho privileges of the People. Possibly the most telling thing said to its detriment was the remark, mado by Harold Stephen with the intention of supporting it, to the effect that at present a Premier was often embarrassed in selecting his colleagues owing to the element of uncertainty surrounding the re-election of tho gentlemen he might select. That sort of embarrassment we maintain is healthy, since it minimises the probabilities of the Country getting a Cabinet composed of absolute political uonontities. Should Mr. Hurley's Bill become law it will doubtless be a boon — for the nonentities, as well as for...

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ANTI-FRUIT PESTS LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 18 May 1889

ANTI-FRUIT PESTS LEGIS LATION. Ti in craving for over-legislation which is ono of the evils of tho jre3ont day may bo rogardod as in some sort tho re action against tho torriblo indifference of legislators in the past to many social and industrial matters that in tho in terests of society required their con sideration. To-day, there is moro rea son to fear that- our Parliament in its anxiety to mako Government paternal will ignore the healthy principle that individuality is one of tho main ele ments and factors of well-being, than there is that our law-makers will err on the side of non-intorvention with mat ters really requiring State surveillance and control. Mill says truly that it is important 'to give tho freest scope possiblo to uncustomary things in order that it may in time appear which of these are lit to bo converted into customs,' thero being no good roasou why all human existence should bo constructed on some one or other small number of patterns. Al though a oortiun amo...

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