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CHARGES AGAINST CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
CHABGES AGAINST CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. When the loan estimates were under con sideration on the nth but., Mr. O'EelUy made certain reflections on the management ot the director of charitable institutions, narnoalarly with regard to the Parramatta Asylum, On' this, Mr. Bydner «aited,!«» .director, wrote to the -MorJa£S*r^.Brtng that any courses Mr. ;oH«WT,«nigor oenre to mane should be in wr!Un&4n.oraer th»t he might be able to reply to tfifiB, Sir. O'EjUly, in reply, said that his epeeon wm lafflcitofij explicit. roe sireotor, nouomg we main charges, states that the lady referred: to by Mr! O'EeiUj lg of high character, ^nnd^it is imBoulble that she could be gnUtrtfineoffeacMohsfged, without fail being aware of it. Healwappendaareport from Or. Violetto, the Government medloal officer to the asylum, denying the truth of the charge made against her. The papers in eon neotioh with -the matter wore laid before the Auembly iy Mr. Bronker.
NEWS FROM FRED WESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
NEWS FROM FRED 'WESTON. On MondayaFjuai Pbrss reporter called npon Mr. A. Barclay (the well known mining man and Lancer) after his late trip to West Australia. Chatting on matters relating to the fields ont hundreds of miles north-east from the golden centre, tbe Sydney expert said that whilst away he (after Bettline np business connected with an old expedition), organized a new party, and appointed Mr. Robert Oldfield, n weU known prospector, Its loader. This new party travelled about 200 miles north-north-east from Oool gardie, Mr. Barclay preceding them with the leader. They there found a party of dryblow ers, who knew of a place which had been pegged out before, but which had been abandoned. There were said to be some good shows at this place, and Mr. Oldfield went thither. Before Mr. Barclay left Ooolgardie, Mr. Oldfield sent a message to him by special crdisi that he had found a reef, and later Mr. Oldfield himself supplemented this information by further par liouWi, which sho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
[?] HMH an ho'ir's time he returned and awoke his son, communing to him of a choking sensation, and sen re pains in th- ghe«i, and aakloR for something to relieve him. Tun son was inst abont to get him some Siegel'B syrnp, when deceased fell from the chair upon which be was Bitting, and immediately' expired. On the evidence of Dr. Lloyd, the jury blind that dooeuu-lidied from mtanl causes, .namely, failnre of the heart's action.— It is elated that defeated baS never been sick before, and thai only onoe in his liletims be had spent 2s for medicine. Fot the but twelve months, haft ever, it had been noticed that he was getting very stout and short of breath.
Royal Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
Royal Hotel This excellent and commodlons hotel is being thoroughly renovated aud considerably extended. A new kitchen, a balcony com manding one of the finest views in N.S.W., and other improvements are to be added ; and with these fresn adjuncts it is to be hoped thai the house will fnorease in popularity amongst visitors to the neighbourhood. Mr. 0. Haddon is tbe new proprietor.
Ryde Electorate. Mr. Terry's Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
Ryge Bectoiate. Mr. Terry's Picnic. On October 5th, Jfr. E. Terry whose ntafi in otur district, and indeed it may almost vte said throughout Australia, is a' household word,' will tender 'to his fellow electors of Hyde district t. mons ter picnic at Fern Bay. Nothing that ' can be done to make 'the young people — aye, and old people too, and the mid dle-aged, and the rest (if there be any rest) — as happy as kings that day, will be undone. Those who know llr. Terry need no assurance as to that ! No ex pense will be spared ; and no provision neglected which it is possible to imagine as making for the success of the event or the enjoyment of any one individnnl. Mr. Terry will give a harbour excursion in connection with the day's outing. Of pourse there' will be racing, and sports of all kind, and feasting (and particulars as to those details will be found in another column). We shall say something further re the day's out ing in our next issue.
Police Court. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards, .P.M.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
Police Court. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards, .P.M.) OlIKCENR LANOtTAOE. It Las alias !n»a assorted that to prove a negative is one of the most difficult tasks that even a skilled lawyer can undertake to accom plish in a Court of Justice. A striking illus tration of the truth of this assertion was the defence of Mr. John Johnson to a charge bronchi arainst him far Mr. Thomas Henry Green, of the White Horse Hotel, Drumraovne, at the Hyde Petty Sessions, on Tuesday, of tuing language unfit for ears polite. In vindi cation of his innocence, defendant adduced the testimony of his youthful son,[ who ni tttnilng about 300 ruds from the loau in quo on tbe occasion of the alleged offence, and 'didn't bear his father say it.' Over whelming as this evidenoe may appear, it failed to satisfy the 'P.M., who promptly mulcted defendant in tbe earn of 20s fine, asd 4e lOd eotta. with an alternative of It days. '' That's good,' remarked Mr. Johnson, in a tone tbat spoke volumns as to the inward dissatisf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
.boors .' .Doors i ! Boors i i THE CELEBRATED BOOTS A & SHOES EASE AND COMFORT. . WEAR UNEQUABLEP. ONE THIAL WILL PROVE THE FACT. A LARGE ASSORTMENT at LOWEST PRICES, of Children's, Ladies1, and specially Gentlemen's Goods, of the Best Continental Makers, always kept ut H. R. BARRY'S, Orp. POST OFFICE, PARRAMATTA. Wanted. To Let. &o. 'ElOB/aat HOLIDAYS.— Snlendid/ssort- JD jhM/l Men's Hats, Shirts aSTetc at GOW^pjB'S (opposite OourthouSpParra -1- -£/[jPiiney Seod Potatoes, Yorkshire Hew JTeSd Peas, Cape Bailey, SeeuVTMSeat 9eed «nd Feed Oats, &c, «tc. J, E. JU&LLY. TVflTADAMK CHALK, Eleotropalist. mav hi' lVtV«n™lted at RawliOBoiS Con£M Hqterwjrner station and HassafflfiMeto Pa,£&$, FOIST WEDNESDAl1^^ Month, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. / WE* Tft LEND, on all, classes of security. J P. Bj UOBIlhjASn; ? I Convemnoer. Pnrrnnmtt,. . ? =*yC ? Cumreh-stt( ParrBjnraa. r\K J6A?D— S.'iph-K; Boft Hoan,h«tSat: piA$/9,ana rjanjo Taught, 16/--/5uarter: r Jfr Ve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
CELLING OFFI A SPLENDID LOT Of ^?PRINTS .ga . ^3/^ HALF-PRICE. '/# T. DIXON, Parramatta South. THE RESIDENTS of the Outlying Dis tricts of Parramatta would do veil to PAT A VISIT to the 'COTTAGE DIN,' Hunter and/O*pftne)l streets, whioLhae been ?v Hostelry our of Sydney. First-cKss Accomo ** dation for boarders. Inspection invited, and terms moderate. ? TO BE LET, — Those Centrally-Situated PjMfnfceB in George-sired, Parramatta, so lofirf i&CTpied by the CUMBERLAND ABGUS^Apply (\ / ' *1 KA1NE d- 1IO11NE, S/fy ? l_ ? 2 Hjintcr^tree^sflnoy. TO LET, thnt Commodious Shod adjoining Kitchie and Co.'s Sale Yards, George street, and lately in the occupation of Coates and H-B^? Timber Merchants. Apply.J^ / /ia-^A RITCHIE & CO.' -V' ^-' /J Parramatt/ TENDERS are invited for the utidcr RenovatioftWVilla at Hydaliuer^^ /// F. EHNEST STOW!!, Architect; Church & Macquarie streets, __ ? ? Parramatta. 'nTASHEKS.-Don'tTie misled. Buy only \ V Hayles1 Prints in new styles, /So...
PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
PRESENTATIONS. Just before breaking-up for the Michaelmas vacation, at the King's School, on Wednesday afternoon, two interesting presentations were made by the boys to tbe Rev. Dr. Harris, the retiring headmaster. The first was a handsome marble clock, which was presented bv one of the boys, in a few feeling words. The second was a framed photograph of the first football fifteen, wbo had just concluded a successful season. Mr. W. S. Corr, in a few sympathetic words, said good-bye to the headmaster on behalf of tbe staff, and the proceedings concluded with cheers for the headmaster (Dr. Harris) and his family.
Toongabbie Progress Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
Toongabbie Progress Assoc ation. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of tbe Toougabbie and Wentworthville Progress Association, was held in the Toongabbie School of Arts on Tuesday, evening. The President (Mr. W. L. Oakes) occupied the chair, and there were also present, Messrs. Bean, Birk, Klippert, Nutter, Colbert, Bell, Knox (members of committee), iuid others. An apology was received from Mr. Willmott (Secretary) for non-attendance, owing to press ure of bnsibess in connection with railway works contract in which he is at present engaged. The chairman read the annual report. He then moved iteadoption, remarking that too. large extent the report spoke for itself. If they hod heen able to snow nothing more than the procuring of that room for tbeir meetings and for general purposes they would have had a record of something of value achieved. They were all pleased that they had now a public room in which to meet, and that they were no longer forced to use a private house or the local...
Sporting. CRICKET. Central Cumberland v. Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
Sporting. CRICKET. Central Cumberland v. Richmond. The Central Cumberland Electorate Cricket Association lOpooed their season by ?match at Bioblnoad against the local testa. Jot Wilion played aMlnfe Innings for 88 (run ontH and a new raan — Scotter — started well by carrying .bis bat through the innings. Ire* ? dale -»na: Walford did not play. Howell, the intercolonial bowler, played with Central Cumberland, but Pye secured the average, whose bowling gives much promise. Scores : . BlCHMONn. Waters, c Forbes, b Howell . . . . 19 Devlin, b Wilson ? 6 Wooloott, st Lovevldge, b l'yo . . 1«' Pitt, bHowoll ? 0 .Pitt, b Wilson ? 4 Warden, run out ? 6 Klein, c Lore.-idge, k Howell . . . . 0 Town, bPye' ? I Mitchell, b Pye ? 0 Davis, not out ? 10 Fitzsimnions, st Loveridge, b Pye . . 0 Sundries ? $ Total ? 09 Bowling; Wilson, 7 overs, 1 maiden, .27 runs, 2 wickets ; Howell, 10 overs, 1 inaiden, 28 runs, 3 wickets; Jye, i overs, 1 maidens, 9Tiins, 4 -wickets. . Central Cumukrland. Pye, b Wate...
CRESWELL IN THE HOSPITAL FOR INSANE, PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
CRESWELL IN THE HOSPITAL FOE INSANE, PABBAMATTA. On Tuesday, Mr. E- Prlestman, who has interested himself in rthe allegations that William Creswell, an Inmate irTthe jFarram atts Hospital for Insane fs Sir Roger Tichborne, received a wire from England, conveying the intimation to him that a power ot attorney. empowering him to act in the matter here, was on its way from England. 'Mr. Meatman had asked that a power of attorney should be sent; in order that the allegations might be tested in the law courts here. It is, therefore; made certain by the cable received yesterday 'that the law. courts in 8ydney will shortly be onoe again engaged hi trying to discover who the so-called William Creswell is. The case of this extra ordinary man, and the wonderful evidence which can be adduced to show that he is Iden tical with the' lost Sir Bogar Tiohborne, have lave been referred to on many occasions. The lunatic asylum authorities are very positive in then- protestations ,4hatTUiB man is none...
CASTLE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
CASTLE HTT.T. Charles Tuckwell, of Castle Hills was evidently born under a lucky planet. Charged with bearding the lion in his den, as it were, that is to say, with wilfully putting his fist through a pane of glass in the door of the Castle Hills Police Station, on the 17th., and B1HU WlkU UeiUg U1UUK UU IdlC BtUfft! UUJ, up succeeded in both cases, in establishing his innocence. The .fracture ol glass was an accident which he made all haste to repair, and his state of almost painful sobriety was vouahed for by an unpeachable witness. Mr. Bichardson appeared for the defence, and both charges were dismissed.
DUNDAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
DUNDAS. On Friday evening an entertainment was given under the auspices of the the Star of the East Lodge, I.O.G.T., in the Protestant Hall, Dundae, when the following enjoyable programme was gone through s-^song, Bro, J. Marshall ; recitation. Bro. Gliddon: sons. Mies M, Thornton; song, Sister M, Hughes; recitation, Bro. Cyrus Gliddon; song, Mr. C, Jordan; gong, Sister jEJ, Neil; song, Mr, C. Jordan, Stirring and aUe addresses were delivered by Bro, B, B. Jaok, and Bro, the Bov. G, Mplntosh -(Chairman), ?
CARLINGFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
CAEUHWOBL). On Saturday last a very enjoyable night was spent by the friends, of Mr, J. B. Bowerman at hie parents' reBi denoe, West Oarlingford. Mr. Bower man on that day had reached the age ot 21, henoe ' the spree,' Tbe meet ing proved a merry one. Dancing was indulged in till midnight, by wnioli time a magnificent supper had been laid out, and needless to say, full jus tice was done to it. The guests dis pareed later on, voicing the district's congratulations as they took their leave. l return of the compliment is. talked of.
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
Brief Mention. That splendid block of land, on Granvilie Pariide, 2/u/nutes from Granrille statioof ad joining Dulyr's furniture warehoustMjr being snbdividet 4or business and residential sites. Terms /extremely liberal. Sale early in October.' Approaching wreath and veil — Miss Gregg's. A smash-up in Churcb-street, Parramatta south, on Sunday afternoon. buggy, the property of Mr. W. Drew, of Glad stone-street, was badly smashed. The occup ants were uninjured. A big blaze at the residence of Mr. Giles, senr., Church-street south, on Saturday evening, cuused by an escape of gas. The kitchen und some clothing were much damnged. All addition has oeen made to St. Joseph's School-church (Auburn). The 6.H.1*. fire brigade are preparing for the coming competitions in various parts of Queensland has been mentioned as one of the places to be visited. A slight accident (caused by n falling window. blind) befel a child on Sunday after noon at the intersection of Church and Mic ijuarie streets,...
THE WILD ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895
THE WILD ROSES. We promised our charming young friends, the girls ot the Wild Rose club — the Bweet bade in fact— that if possible tbe Fbxe Pbess would notice their dresses worn at the late big 'wind- up ' ball this weak. At some little incon venience—for space is valuable— we do so ; for we would venture mnah before we would dis appoint such a garden of natural beauty, graoe and fragrance as oar wild Hose blooms always make. Miae Ktsgerald wore her oream lpneycorob prepon, buttercup and buqkles ; Miss T, Brown was ' Boge Queen ' ; Miss E. Brown was in cream ani bntteroup; Miss Chambers in floral muslin and laoe ; Misses 8. and H. HoUiday, salmon veiling, orearn lane praxis ; Miss Rochester, pale pink ; Miss OalUway, white muslin : Ian. 3. f.Ue. b)ack, electric sleeves ; Miss Venters, black and pink ; Mrs. Beynolds, black corderoy, and green and gimp ; Mist Oalway, while and ruby ; Miss West, fawn and eau-de-nil; Miss Wilkinson, pink and green ; Miss Craig, pink .and pearls ; niss C...