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TOONGABBIE. Wood Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

T00NGAB9IE. Wood Stealing. ; At ' the ParrWnatta PoUce Gouri on Wednesday, John , Toylor (ag&}t for FitewUliam . WehtwortU),-, picoceedoS against Albert Barnes, Z-!^r&m' Ha-U di-n,L6ftus Duhbary'tad'^htyBanies for stealing wood fiSM Bertiin biyperty at Toongabbie.— l^r. j&iohardsbn, who appeared for conn-1ftipAT;t,' said ; that' satisfaotion h^'been pveii as' to oom penB^ti6n!,ijaid')'^ - 'to'iji^^uiTBiioe

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Second Thoughts. I She held out the great bunch of roses ! / toward3him. F 'Ohl aren't they lovely ?' she said. ? Smell.' \ ? j . Be smeltthemeriticaUy . « I'm glad jroa like tbem,' he replied, after etmUng in vun for something more btfQtait to say. She tnmod her pretty face in the flowers again.- — * But an yon quite sure you meant them for me?' ehe said. 'I believe you 'NhroughV -them for mamma, and gave tjjam tome asBnafter-thought.' rffon lmow . what they say about aeconitbonghte r « j v^iat (hey sav aboQt second' W. gist«My-n, ^^obertV Bobert oHpea lat her impetuosity. « Did I what r^he answered. « t haWeva vnii did. die said. 4 In tact, I'm sure you -^3. . ;'Ve?T, weU, I ^^Hkshan't have them. shall give them HKg as goon as Sje cornea home.' ?Bp'V .Indeed I didn't,' he pBSjtested, some Kp- what alarmed. ? I only thoteht of vou. . Rf.- ?' 1 I knew you were fond of rosefevJSsuy/ ? - I wonder if yott did,' said Nellie, §§!' suspiciously. ' How did you know ?' §|- «I've always know...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEVEN HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

SEVEN HILLS. Mr. Harry Chandler, who has had charge of the Meadows public school for upwards of three years past, has, within the last few days, been promoted to the ch&rge of a higher class school at Cam denville, near Newtown. He brought with him to this school a very high re putation, which closer acquaintance has added to. Mr. Chandler's departure is very much regretted by every one, as his hitrh nnalitioQ con oral Annrfoeir an/1 genuine interest in, and kindness to the children, placed him in high esteem. Evorvbody is gratified at the same time that the transfer is a step up the ladder for which Mr. Chandtor has qualified himself by examination. The news of the change had orV become known about a couple of days before it was tq take place, and some of the . residents mode the best of the short notice in taking steps to honor the popular teacher.. Mrs. George Best and Miss Wakely, 'in a few hours, collected enough to purchase a splendid card stand, and couid have collect...

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Select Poetry CROSSING THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

j Select Poefcl j CROSSING THE St I /Sunset and evening ajar, l| And one clear call forme® im And may there be no moan«R «thc bar, When I put out to sea, \ 1 But each a tide as moving settfflf jideep, . / When that which drew from lout the / boundless deep \ j Turns again home. 1 1 Twilight and evening bell. ] 7 A^ after that the dark I 1 / And may there be no sadness of fitfrew- Qj I When I embark ; jj 1 For tW from out our boom Jj: ana 1 Place S The flood may bear me IV, 1 I hope to see my Pilot lace fcl ?' | When I have crossed tbefci

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Bicyclist's Funeral. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

'' Bicypllstta 'Funeral'. The.'futteral of the late Mr. Albert Ernest Pearson took plSce on Thursday, the interment being of Englancl ;. Cemetery, Rookffiaiocl. A number of members of the - Sydney Bicycle Club, of which the deceased was a member, -Weife in Attendance. The. Rev. W.!! Saunders. (Church .of Eng land) officiftted^atthegrave.i Rookwood out-o'- workers are invited to regisWr';themselyes at the1 'Council Chaj^ra^ w^tosii eijfort' wfll .be made I $he^]£W^Works / ore :fpU-hwidfid a^ainH drbjff on Mel- , hnnpni'i'-fn*''1 Vrttm' trfr mhlfcfl i they jopolanH ftnppl# loyally. . ;; Mr.'Oounoil Clerk bees -of /Auburn is back-in regular harness, ;*but if -report s^kS'1 trael^too^y', 6%forkfd^ -.v'y ^ ! 'Rev.: Wi -fitnuideis-ryiiB -new-, incum1 bent;- ? of'/ 'Aubnfn-— tf ?' wiimilag : meeti9g'-tbat 'A^hnrij|CoimcU;: i)yj5ip-, p-Mj^^|n6periy qu^fied' SeawW,'' I had located the owners of over 2000 allotments in the Borough, who other: wise oould not be discovered. Gran ville is follow...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Brief Mention. At the last meeting ot the Ho&pithl Com mittee it was resolved that Mr. '7. Tp. Hill, architect, be invited to enter the competition for new building. r For all manner of repairs to watches, clocks, and jewellery, go to O. E. Richardson, rtenioved to a few doors from Marsden's.* Government has decided against proposed annexation of Toongabbie-Wentworthvillu dis trict to the Borough of Parramatta. A private Bill is to be introduced into tho Assembly to enable Parramatta to placd a loan of £75,000 br thereabout on the London mar ket. ' Why are we to think,' asks Harry Davies, ' that Noah ran a brewery in the ark ?' ' Because the Kangaroo was seen going in with hops !' It should have been stated last week that Mr. H. Taylor's eldest granddaughte r (not his daughter) was taken iU at the Hospital for Insane on the 20tb inst. Mr. Wakely, Miss Wakely, and Mrs. Best were the prime movers in the presentation to Mr. Harry Chandler at ' The Meadows ' school, Seven Hills,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

T. W. pjijiLLOCK, IMPORTER OF DRAPERS, MUINERY, CLOTHING, «o„ 4c, . . . VICTORIA HOUSE, ... Fuller's Buildmgs, Churcli St. ? 1 NEW SHIPMENTS OF WINTER DRAPEn NOW SHOWING IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. ? T Manchester, Household, and Furnishing— | Blankets, all sizes, white and coloured. Flannels and Flannelet ?} white and coloured. Longcloths, Damasks, Towels, Cretonnes. Ai ? Muslins, Art Blinds in new designs. Quilts, Table Covers, Floorcloths Linoleums, Carpets, etc., etc. S)/l ? I Dress 4nd Costume— L Dress Fabrics of all kinds, new and fashionable, in Fancy Twaa®-, ; Homespuns, Estamenes, Foules, Cheviots, Meltons, Cashmlafc, Amazons, Velvet, Velveteens, Plushes. Eainproofs, 'WaterprlA, Macintoshes, Mantles, f Capes, Jackets, Costumes, Boas, &c., &c.j % New Winter Millinery— / Ladies' Felt and Straw Hats, Toques and Bonnets, trimmed and un trimmed, in all the newest styles and colors. Children's Flush and Cashmere Hats and Bonnets. Birds, Plumes, Wings, Ornaments, &c...

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Presentation at Granville [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Presentation at' On Tuesday evening,-' Symons, - the retiring brick and tile-majdng Messrs. Goodlet Eind Granville, was ployeea of the firm ^ dinner laid in the Jodpe' roomiBBpB School of Arts. Hi& Bobiarta^S)M^E9 111 har duniffamfltiA ' wag pleasingly decorated greeneiy. A compuiy of aibnhtgjaBSB including Mr. O. G. 8yEaoiijvSS|^^M snooeasor, Mr. C. leaving to enter on buon^ss account, has filled the D»fc&S5|||gggjj|j manager on behalf of thp seven or eight yearn. wimmgnmpnt. ; are nocessitftti^^^^1 fif afl. ? ditioral stores andehedgiiwliitaiarenow well 'di-auccd ' ~'~~M On '.ae \vikll at the h£K& of ^ie chair- - ^ hum was hung a'pan^ji^jdiajaaat^f;^ the cvuning, beneath .vas 'the sentiment 'Our best you.' Below was an iUuminated w^ ^i' framed address prepared for by Mr. Tetley. The.text.bfOT®K«f?fik was as follows ' We, file employeas ot iteasn; OMdl^K w3 . : 'i Smith (limited), brick'-' Granville, desire to «nm» our m^ipcomiflo ?-%?£ the manner In whloSJ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

fJlEA DRINKERS 1 IJIEA DBIKKER8 ! 1 ^ fJlEA DRINKERS!!! A ECONOMISE. ECONOMISE. ECONOMISE. IT IS AN ADMITTED FACT THAT 2 E'S T 2E'ST 4 At 1/- Per Pound. Is Equal to any Tea in the Market at Is 0d. ? -. - 61b. & 12lb. Tins. Satisfaction Guaranteed, or k:: Cash return^. IS* TRY IT. TRY IT. TRY IT. j I*BOPB1ETOB— Wp j. toohey/7 PRODUCE MERCHAKT, Comer CHURCH & PHILLIP STS. . PARRAMATTA. All Prodnce at Ixrwest- Market'^ies.

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General. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

? '» General. Our roads are being put in thorough repair — much-needed, by the way. Four contracts aro being carried out. Complaints aro heard from contractors for certain Government worksat thedila toriness of the latter in ' squaring up.' Not only tho contractors Buffer ? through tho delay ; but their employees and the local business men. Item — Mrs. Ponds, twins — two sons — last week I t .

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Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Coming Events. Mr. G. A. Smith has arranged a point-to-point steeplechase to close the season, the course to be from BlacUown to his hotel. The winner will receive a guinea whip, donated by the promoter. Mr. T. Watts' guests at tbo recent ball — reported in your last issue — are ao pleased with his abundant hospitality on that occasion that they have decided to return the compliment, on the 18th July, in one of the Parramatta halls.

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A Hunt Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

A Hunt Meeting. The mrmh.Ts of the Sydney Hunt Club finished a six-mile run. which started at Yw-stmead. ;;l host Smith's Inn on S;:lm\lav afiti'iioon. Tn.' t.)l-il party numbered about !i:ry, ;r.:-':igsi whom w«. iv many 'arntinatta r- pre seutatives. The drag was laid by Messrs. Luclu-y and l'otlie. wh:- wire congratulated (v.i the si)!eu«Iid line of country they had chosen. A renin) drag was laid by Mr. ii. Ham-on to the Western-road, near Fiuhiyson's. Mrs. llarkus' (Parramatta) horse came! to grief at one of the jumps, though, fortunately, that lady escaped injury, and pluckily re-mounting, finished the run. Amongst those present were : — Mr. M. Ford (acting master) on Briga low, Messrs. Cieo. Terry on The Lamb, — Charles on Never Miss, H. Poll ie on Queen Mab, A. li. Barclay on Obadiah, ,T. Guilianaon lteceipt, A. \V. Fullngnr on Comet, J. A. Kiizsimmons on Skewbald Dolly, ]». Iliirrisou on Mabel, F. Hawlcy on Huntsman. Len llarri son on Harr^ Parkes, Mr. 15. llarkus on Vagabon...

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Sickness. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Sickness. Inilum/.a and bronriiitis aro v:ilher prevalent- — tho lalier more p-ariu ;i:a'!y among the juvenile of tlir community. Among lh' suucieis fi-oia tlie former coiuplaiut the Yery Kev. Monsignor Higuev, \\!io lias 1 -.' ii in oapacitateil for sonw dny.-i. A %iryold resident— Mr*. Fit/pairieli -has been seriously ill for some lime, e '.using much anxie ty to her fiii nda.

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Thieving. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Tliieving. A lot of petty t-'iH'ving r..ppe.n\; t-i he I going er. hvi- 1 ? u*:-. and iu ^.DnUi I ap])r-.v i-Le Dbh'.t;: worK'/.-j v.-a-m- ! aiic-.illy. A lev day.* 1. Mr. ' SLaunUm, of WentwortiuilJo. v,,is . ea.-t'd of two of lk-rnc-'-, vw\ l\v:i nights alti'i' ii. e;irt v.'ii ? ' ? e.' :'U'il ' oil Although' Mr. i;.:.i:eli- ate:y infonued b-uli l hi: l\;rr.i..,j.':.;,.an,[ mcl'-'opol'tau polie.1, n i i-iio' has yet bL'CU di-^covei-ed o.' {lie s j-.e.i j vo perty. This week the ihica-o are oper ating in Prospect, and on Monday night Mr. Nolan was victimised to the extent of a vaiuible L-et ol hiinie.^. Other robberies of a minor jMturo are also reported; and h-/.i voholder-i rn not bo too carefid in ir.vuring tiieir property.

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Greeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

G-reeting. :Tho Febe Pitrss received a good re ception here oa Saturday, and many were the expressions of satisfaction at tho appearance and general ' tone ' of the new paper. The fact that Prospect and other country news was so promiiunt shows us that the district will be ingorwhands. \Yc look for the next isrfiie, and nhnos'. univerr.:'.] 1 sentiment in Pr ?- ??p^ct is that iho lri:i:i: Pai;ss will prot-p^r.

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The Asylums ALL THE INFIRM AND DESTITUTE ASYLUMS TO BE REMOVED TO ROOKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

The Asylums. ALL THE INFIRM AND DES TITUTE ASYLUMS TO BE RE MOVED TO ROOICWOOD. In the Assembly, on Thursday even ing, during consideration of Loan Es timates, Mr. Reid moved the first item, of £75,000, under tbe head of the Chief Secretary's Department, to provide ac commodation for the infirm and des titute- Mr. Brunker said that lie had visited the various asylums in the County of Cumberland, and found them so over crowded that n huninup man would not think of allowing i!n to - mtinue in their prcsentstate iii. i 'li ! in^.-r. He was sure Sir Gobtg^Diblis wmiH lv.nr him out in that. ItwBS -tile Government's intention to make provision for the whole of these homes on the Rookwood estate, which embraced something like 800 acres, and with the three insti tutions now at Parramatta, Liverpool and Sydney put together at that place, they tould be worked much more economically than they were at present, i Some discussion took place. Mr. Reid said that the effect of the concentration in o...

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The Meat Works Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

'? The, ; ',The and boneSs) etpte WArks was only the' iwtui»l«ntGOi)lcM-f- |ciroumstance8T-even, w? might say,'' in* accord with the fitness of things. The circumstances . of the , strike clearly placed the . men in si false position — false in view of the times, false from a tactical point, false even to ordinary fair dealing as between master and man. They have lost ; and it needed no great acumen to see bom the first that they g»UBt lose. Further, they have gone 'iar to alienate from themselves the sympathy even, of their own fellows of the better class. In addition they have unsettled the ordinary local business relationship of the district — the trade of the two townships most concerned ; and have sent a shock through the Auburn-Rookwood locality, which could not but make for injury. Fortunately this district has strong recuperative powers, and ere long it will be little the worse for the fact that these par ticular men acted unwisely.

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AUBURN. Tea and Music. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

AUBURN Tea and Music. An enjoyable tea meeting in con nection with the local Anglican Chuuch, Auburn, was held on Wednesday oven ing last. A most creditably arranged display of good things attracted the visitors' attention first, and the ladies presiding at the tables in this depart ment were Mcsdames Saunders and Marshall ; Misses Gee ; Mesdames J. D. Ritchie and Goode ; Mesdames Kirk and Wood ; Mrs. Lees and Miss Turn bull ; Mrs. Sidney and Miss Marshall ; Mrs. Wallwork and Miss Hands. At the after meeting, which was well attended, the incumbent, the Rev. W. Saunders, occupied the chair. Apologies were re ceived for the unavoidable absence of Ven. Archdeacon Gunther, and Rev. D. E. Evans-Jones. The following pro gramme was negotiated successfully : — Song, 'Longshore Billy,' Mr. Lees; solo, ' Oh, whistle, and I'll come to thee ;' Mrs. Chisell ; recitation, ' False charity,' Mr. A. Furness ; song, ' The death of Nelson,' Mr. C. Betts ; song, ' Tit for tat,' Miss Coull ; solo, ' Rom...

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R. C. Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

B. O. Social. The annual R.C. concert and social at the Albert Hall on Tuesdoy evening was as usual a great success. The hall was crowded at the opening of the concert, at 8 p.m. A very pleasing programme v?as, presented, the chief items . being ^'Tableaux Vivants ' (8 scenes) illustrative of sweet Temoerauce : and GiDsv's Cauin . with chorus. Impersonations : ' Fortune teller' (by Signora Rossi), and 'National Flower Girls ' (by Mrs. Henderson, Miss M'Adam, Miss Hoyle, Miss Kennedy, and Miss Gannon) — England Scotland, Ireland and Australia being typified. Other songs, etc., were contributed by Miss Daisy Hoyle, Miss Farrar, Mrs. Henderson, Miss Lowe, and Miss Stieme. The juveniles gave a nigger molody, ' Johnny Get Your Gun,' and Messrs. Fox, Rustoa, Gorton, West, and others appeared in clog dances, etc. The ball was opened about 10 p.m., Messrs. Klein and Epps acting with efficiency as Ms.C. About eighty 'ooSples'-Sfere present. Mrs. Rossiter md* charge of arrangements relating t...

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ROOKWOOD. The Loan Estimates. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

BOOKWdbp. The Loan .'Bgti im ates ? j The estimate of expenditure on ac count of public works, .--etc. (published on Wednesday last) contains the fol lowing items,, for a riuiriber of : which the member, Mr. G. Wii Smailes, M.P., has been working for some time .past ; — To provide ac6ooomodation 'for -the in firm and destitutei-t Sresent located at Liverpool, | Parramatta,-, and other,, in stitutions, £70,000 jNewington Asylum —hospital ; \additionsr ; etc.,: £5,000 ; further extension of railway :intb ceme tery at RooWooJ,,,!'i£^,700,; ...Metal lurgical works and' appliances and, ex penditure incidentalihereto, 3210,000; Hospital far Ijn:sahe,i''Bydalmere— -ad- ditional »wim)ifn^i|^,:^(g|^ S'il?*-' nevolent -Asylum, ; £^kweod^-two ad-, ditional pavuums, £8,800.'-*' ' ?

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