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

CYCLING. A grand cycling carnival will lake place on the Parramatta Cricket Grounii on Saturday (to-duy). Megson, O'Brien. I.enis Simp son, and other riders well-known in the sporting world, are expected to compete. The first race starts 0.1 2.B0 p.m. The Model Band (Mr. O'Sbea, conducwi) will play se lections during the afternoon.— The Pftrra matta track is said to be tbe fastest in Aus tralia.

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Parrmatta Branch of the League. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

Parramatte Branch of the League. The following handicaps were issued yester day for tbe sports^o be held on Saturday neit :— Two-mile Htindfcap. — J: Megson, n', Lewis, and A. O'Brien scratch, L. A. Simpson 40yds., J. Williams, H. BBgnftU 70, W. H. M'Coombe 80, W. C. .Freemen 86, P. Fowles, P. Wooten 110, M. Phelan 12$, Q. Meadhxm, F. Sathgcn 160, Neil Matterson 155, J. Bradbury 160. W. J. C. Elliot, H.B, Chambers 170. J.C. Johnson 176, W. Bennett 190, B. M'Donald, H. Steele, D. M'Donald 200, O. Prowse 208, J. I. Cleary, W. Oowens, A. Byan 280, P. Search, E. Cross land 240, F. Hawiey 250, T. Amos 270, H. L. Hart 280, H. Oarlick 295, W.JBailey, H. Shaw 300, F. Eichler 310, T. H. Barkell 340, A. Halpin (291b. roadster) 360, 3. Buck 380, H: 'Starkey 321b. roadster) 420. One Mile.— A. O'Brien and J. Megson scr., h. A. Simpson 20 yards, Bsgnell 3S, W. C. Freeman 50, S. B. Shaw, P. Fowles 55, A. Graeme 65, F. Bathgen, G. Meadham 76. E. Howson, N. Mattenon, J. Bradbury 80, H. B. Chambers. ...

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

H0RN8BY. A largely attended public meeting was held in the School of Arts, Homsby Junction, on Monday night. Mr. William Williams was in tbe cbair, and among itbiose presetatwas Mr. Eowarth, 11. P. Ite*61iiti6a8 were passed to the effect that, tbe residents regretted tbat the Railway Commissioner slionW bare decided to change the name of the station without communicating with the Progress Association. It was suggested that the name of tbe new platform between Thoraleigh and Hornsby Junction bo_.' Dartford Park.' Mie -wishes, of the local folk are to be sub mitted to the Commissioners by a de putation.

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Gardening Calendar. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

Gardening Calendar. OCTOBER. VK»r.TAii't.K OAiiniiN.-rn our districts this -s liic best month for sowing tender varieties in the open, Ruch a-s Melons. PumpkinB, Cucum bera, Beana, Pens, TomatoeR, and the like. The InRtruotione given in the Fere Press for September will be cencmllv anTilic&ble for this month Mso. Inhot, dry climatesgrowing crops ranj now be ' mulched,' and also watered as required. The surface of the ground Bhouid be kept loose witb the hoe. Mam crops of Potatoes should now be sown. Fi/m-Eii Gauden. — Continue to u.w Phlox, Balsums, Portulaca, Mesembrvanthemum, Pe tunia, Zinnias, and any of the Half-hardy Annuals. Dahlias may still be planted. Care fully stick and tie up all growing plants, and attend to the usual routine work, such as hoe ing, watering, &o. Where plante are blooming it is very important tbat the faded flowers should be systematically removed. By doing this the flowering season is greatly prolonged. In dry districts the beds should b...

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

QENSATION IN THE TAILORING. McD0NALD~TATL0RING COMPANY (E. McDONALD, the Well-known Cyclist, Manager), Late of KING-STBEET, SYDNEY, Has Commenced Business at CHUBCH - STBEET, PARRAMATTA, Near Lennoi Bridge. SUITS may be obtainedat LOWEST PRICES f(FOR CASH) / INPAYMENT, to Suit Custoiwu-s. f // ? ///!' SUES A SPECIALITY, T/ydcposit. Bolanee at 2/G per week. / SUITS, £1 Deposit ; Balance SI- per woek. A First-class Sydney Cntter Engaged. CYCLISTS and CLUBS dealt with on Special Terms. pABRAMATTA PARCELS DELIVERY. Charles Lakeman Desires to intimate to the Public that bis Vans meet every Train coming into Parramatta, and he is prepared to undertake to Deliver Parcels to all ports of tbe Tows and -District by Con tract or otherwise. ',* Furniture Removed by Csrefnl Hands. Horses and Drays on Hire by the Day or Hour. yAAnqrWright, Heaton and CfcW NOTB/TH«mratESS— ^r' ?'CHABLES LAKEMAfi, Argyle Street, Parramatta, Straight down from tbe Railway Station. McINTOSH & TODHUNTBB, (H. E...

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

-GREAT EEDUCTIONS AT-^ 1 FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE I KIPPEBED HERRINGS) DIGBY CHICKS FINDON HADDOCKS ) 7*D PER TIN. ? ENGLISH JAMS, from ZM per tin. SARDINES from 8id. Best Brands Only. Special Attention is directed to the fact that one of the Largest Stocks in the District is on Sale at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE ; in fact, it is questionable whether any other House buys as largely FOR CASH— hence the secret of LOW PRICES AND FRESH GOODS. In addition to the Large Stock on Hand at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE, he has in Bond at the present time, awaiting the Removal of the Duty, a large Shipment of Goods of the Choicest description ; and two other Shipments en rmtte from London. Five (5) Ton of Best GROWN SOAP for Sale at lGs per Cwt. Arnott's Biscuits, from 2$d per lb. Arrowroot 4d Alum 8d Baking Powder — Batho's 8d ; Champion's, Aunt Mary's, Waugh's, Joe Hart's, Burge's, Soyer's 2/9 per half doz., 5/8 doz. Barley (Pearl) 2Jd, or 51bs for 1/ Bloater Paste (Maconochie'B) l^d and 8...

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The King's School Sports. A FASHIONABLE GATHEHING. AN AFTERNOON'S GOOD SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

The King's School Sports. A FASHIONABLE GATHERING. AN AFTERNOON'S GOOD SPORT. President, Rev. E. Harris, D.D. ; Vicepresi dents, The Hon. Sir Joseph Abbolt, K.C.M.G., The Hon. Mr. Justice Manning, Messrs. \V. It. Burkitt, J. A. Brodic, W. W. Bodenhnni,C. B. Cairnes, C.G. Wo.de, A. G. White, and A. K. Jnqucs ; Judges, Messrs. E. N. Marryat and E. A. Roberts ; Referee, Mr. C. A. White ; TiniekoeperK, Messrs. W. It. F. Unrkitt nnrf E. 11. lav DymonA; Committee, llev. E. Hnrris, ' D.D., Rev. A. H. Coombcs, mid Messrs. W. S. Corr, E. 11. Dymond, N. Kbsworth, C. A. Joques. V. M. Mack. J. D. fuller, and A. B. Docker ; Hon. Kecv, Messrs W. S. Corr and N. Ebswotth. Once more the authorities of thn Kind's School, and the Bovs, have to be mnt-nitulMcd upon n splendid Sports niertint!-n gathering characterised as ol old, by fine sport, good management, and general success. The visitors of the day included the best known people in our social world (and something more of them is said in our ladie...

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

THE ATTENTION OF THOSE DESnUNO A gfiiT PWMP Superior in character to any yet offered to the Public, is directed to H. T. Smith's Patent. It is strongly made, the Pump being of large size and the best material. All valves and working parts are made of metal. THE LARGE COPPER AIR-CHAMBER allows of a continuous stream or spray being kept up without constant pumping. By changing tbe nozzle the machine formB a good Garden Sprinkler, and can be used for wishing windows and buggies, extinguishing fires, etc. Its proper use in the Garden or Orchard m?ans SUDDEN DEATH to all forms of Scale Life, Aphides, Oodlin Moth, Fungus growths, and other pests which are at present destroying nearly .all tbe orch ards and gardens of Australia. Has taken the GOLD MEDAL at tbe recent Hobart Exhibition. H. T. SMITH & CO. 543 George-st, Sydney. Bobt Lightfoot, BUILDEB AND ... CONTBACTOB. Estimotiftfr^l) for all kinds of Repai^. AUOTBN EOAD, AUBUHN. J.W.UPTON, THE » EXCELSIOB ' BUTCHERY AND BAKERY, v#...

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. (Before Mr. O. Saunders, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 28 September 1895

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. (Before Mr. O. Saunders, J. P.) Ann Gannon was bronght before the Court for haviDg no lawful means of support. She had formerly been an inmat« of Newington Asylum, and when asked by the Bench if she would go back to the asylum, said ' she would sooner go to h ? .' She was thereupon Bent to gaol for one month. Patrick Gannon and Donald Bailey, who had been locked up for protection, were dis charged.

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St John's Fete. THE LADIES; THEIR DRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

St John's Fete. THE LADIES; THEIE DRESSES. The ladies of Parramatta and district made a fairly brave show when receiv ing the Vice-regal party at the Fete 011 Thursday. Their dresses in tbc majority of eases did thein credit. The euest of the ' dav- Ladv DarLev. wore a lovely black watered silk, carry ing a raised satin flower on the surface ; with a rich mantle of silk and lace. Her bonnet was of gold, with pink and green shot ribbon, a pink carnation resting in the centre of n dainty double headed spray, and being set off with blades of wide ribbon grass. Miss K. Parley's was a costume of light fawn drill (though at a distance one might take it for tweed). The dress was tailor-made, coat and skirt, with a little V of cream lace, and black- satin collar. The young lady's hat was black coarse straw, trimmed with pale blue crinkled silk, carrying a faint pink flower. Mrs. Gunther wore a costume, the skirt and sleeves of black, and the bodice of pale blue crinkled _:n. ? ? ii. _ _:ii....

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An Enjoyable Dance at Dundas. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

toJMoyalile Dance at Dundas. . ^h' WeQniffddy evening last/ a1 return 1 1 d&noe was glven lli 'tM TdWii'HaUH .? .1!. :/.M ?A.\'rL - -Vi ; Dundas. The ladies had been enter- 1 tained at & iollv ball, some time ago ; and is week they gave a Return. The hall was nicely decorated for the evening. The girls had prepared a lovely supper, which was laid out in a marque at the rear of the hall.

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A Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

AW«dding. ,tte [?] Claries Arndell, and Olive Gregg and Doris Bowden. These four ladies looked well in cream and buttercup dresses, and wore gold brooches (amethyst). The best man was Mr. A. Arndell, and the groomsman was Mr. E. E. Bowden. At the reception at the residence of the bride's mother, Parra matta Park, a number of well-wishers (including representatives of many of our best-known district families) sat down to breakfast. Here were noticed Bev. P. J. and Mrs. Stephen ; Eev. Mr. Swift and Mrs. and Miss Swift ; Mr. maws. ?). a. rxnvnen, ana me sussee Bowden ; Mr. A Bowden ; Mrs. and Miss Manton ; Miss Smith ; Miss Hnnt ; Mrs. and Miss Threlkeld ; Mrs. A. Arn dell ; Mrs. J. Arndell ; Miss Arndell ; Misses Laura and L. . Arndell ; Mrs. Aitken ; , Mrs, Kidner ; the Misses Hunter-, Mrs) Newmarch ; Mrs. Manson ; .Miss Ewen ; Miss'Dalisiel ; the Misses Hibberd Mr. and Mrs. P. Gregg; Mr. F. Robinson. The happy young couple left for The Mountains later in the day, amidst showers of r...

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The Dance at the H.L. Rydalmere. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

Th§t Djaftoeat'the H.L, Rydalmere. -: On Wedpesday^vpning, a jolly dance evMitaated at {he Hospital for Insane, Bydajmere, '' And when music arose with ..its Toluptuoua swell, soft eyes looked love to eyes that e^iake again ;'and all— nurses, jpatiants, ?attendants /visi tors— %etUBdldown':t0ieniov themselves. The Amusement-hall; for this new asylum has not yet been built, so Dr. Williamson gave thKdfcSlEbfeti 61 To^iei chore permission to waltz, and galojp. to their heart's content in two' spacious halls, connected by convenient doors, in the new wing. Mr. Petersen, the lav aunermtendent of the institntaifti. was incharge of details ; and howfhe blended' ttiiSf iissoe j&ljnilat^d io oon serve hairo6ny ,,aji9 .injoVment, long through Ihe'^rogi&wiB'.i ; . J ?I6-' sixth , 8 gurBB;'^oltime}lOT.^wt,t^--t-tdM in ihe had ltd he Wotihn-i^i)^9%tSie InteMti iof idla jingling, and the shuffling of many busy feet, must not disturb the repose of the patients'' after hours.' So t...

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Wise and Otherwise. Church Street, Parramatta, ON SATURDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

Wise and Otherwise. Church Street, Parramatta, OK SATURDAY NIGHT. When Labour earns Such poor returns, And fond); hopes for fatter days, Whence comes the throng That troops along Our biggest street, on Saturdays ? In gay attire, Tbe boys aspire To dudishbe, and moshery With coats and tiles In latest styles And startling haberdashery. The ladies seem A lovely dream Gould Barkis 'self be willin'er Than I, when there I note each fair Production of her milliner. The shops display A bright array Bat — queerest of all oddities All must be lost At less than cost They sell the best commodities. With blaze of light The pubs, invite The thirsty soul to liquor up, The wight who pays Steps in and stays, But banished is eaoh sticVer-up, Each gossip shrew With imsto true Her neighbour's fame is slandering, Inebriates In shocking states Arc here and there meandering. The Army drum . Of Kingdom come Prod aiming loud the tidings is, The&eftyenwmrd -way . - The pMpSfp^j^cmiflhing Their raimen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

Good Land and Good Manure mean Good Crops and Good » Bank Balances. So use — l« - - CUBE'S - - Complete Feptuizers & NaturaJ/Manures. 1 / THEY ARE THE BEST. ^ : Supplied in 1 cwt. or 2 cwt^jfigs, and full value allowed 011 return of empty hpfp. Write for Price, Pamphlet, &c., to I The Sydjiey Meat Preserving- Company ^Wojtesfflookw-ood. | or Thorpe & Co.. Parramatta, Brokers to the Company. ? Thorpe's Patent Dog Biscuits and Poultry Food, to 1k- had from Storekeepers. Try them ! A |) 1' 1 L I C NOTICE. ^ T£IE BUSINESS v L^eJordan Sjfafrks, UNDERTAKER, WILL BE CA1UUED ON AS FORMERLY BY HIS WIDOW, UNDER EXPERI- 1 EN'CED MANAGEMENT. Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. Sirs. Jordan Sparks. William Harris WHEELWRIGHT & BLACKSMITH, Begs to inform his Customers that he has re moved to Liu premises lately oceupied by W. / si / Bewick, AXRS&XL STREET, PABR/^A^A. All^vork done Cheaply FOR CkfftiS Hones Shod, 4s per Set. * rjpHE PEOPLE'S CASH STO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

FOll A BREAKFAST RELISH, Tnv Oim CORN MEAL BREAD And WHEAT MEAL BREAD, The two Best Things in Br&^I that have been offered in Pp*-.-imatta. DELIVERED EVERYWHERE. ir^f. Granger, ^ Machine Bread Factory, Church St, Parramatta. [Telephone 27] .

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My Partner the Belle. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

My Partner the Belle. In the morning of life I succumbed to the charms Of the maid ^ho supported my form in her arms. And my Infant soul vow'd that, come better or 1 worse If ever I married. I'd marry a nurse : Arid the worship that thus in the baby began, Grew apace in the boy and matured in the man. It was only last night that I went to a ball Where ourpes were many ; I slave to them all ; Bat omefly to one, shall I tell of her? Well, Of the fair she was fairegt, my partner the Belle. Ah me 1 what a bevy of beauties was there glancing, And dark- ones, with merriment rogueishly dancing, And didrfy feet /tripping, and pretty lips - And figures bewitchingfor mankind's beguiling, j And pattering, and chfltteridgv and fiirtiiig, and i Oh n^^Tjohrnuraea T^tis yon'thatl'm alter. For I thought, as each dear little damsel I noted, Therefra lieart that to oomfort and cheer is .r.'ij deroted,' ? ; Xhet white hind I dasp'd, and would fain clasp again, , Can. soothe, with cool touch, the fiero...

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Mr. Maxted; and Mr. O'Reilly. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

Mr. Waxted; and Mr. O'Reilly. Matter s have got mixed of late between ?Mr. S. Maxted and Mr. D. O'Reilly. And it does not need a Salomons or a Pilcher to prove that plenty of trouble is ahead, in connection with that same fact. The member for l'arramatta has started oat on a crusade the end of which no man can foretell ; and it is to be pre sumed that he feels himself quite justi fied in what be is doing. What the public will want to know soon is, who of the two men is in* the- right ? Mr. S. Maxted is not unknown in Parramatta ; and no one knows better than be that he is equally not un hated, here (in certain quarters) . Grave allegations aro made with respect to tbe administration of ' the departments under his charge ';, and, strange to say, ? his cause is championed by men, a little Conservative, perhaps (and, possibly, not all 'in the know ') but still men whose position and experience entitles them to some respect at tbe hands of dispassion ate critics. Of such is Dr. Renwck. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

IN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. — Mr. and Mrs. VfJ/.FEBSlS desire to aoknowijAftwith heartfw/Tuiikfulnc&s tbe many kind&rauyioes of sywathy extended to them by friends on I 4he JocaMion of their r&oent sad bereavement j Boots i Boots i i Boots - j the celebrated BOOTS 'K' & SHOES EASE AND COMFORT. j y/t — ' WEAR UNEQUALLED/ ONE TRIAL WILL PROVE THE FACT. A LARGE ASSORTMENT at LOWEST PRICES, ol Children's, Ladies', nnd specially Gentlemen's Goods, of the Best Continental Makers, always kept at H. 11. BARKY' S, Orr. l'OST OFFICE, PARRAMATTA. Wanted, To Let, &c. AijALEr flpM&s Wear. Simply asyAjght thjfiggjMftty and test what jte/snj GOWING, oppTCourtho se, Parran«/W& BO AROUND RESIDENCE, two vacates. lOCrolLES', Church-st. south. 4fkree minutgff from Hjirris Park station. / DKVQVjfo Honnvpathie aud Count~M^ltai's UrajBics. % Flcay's BuildingsAfttffch street, fyramatty. Y ISTONT1NJC1NG the MenVHercery and Clothing Departments. ^VonderfulJlMir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

ty ' 'Tie not in mortals to command success. But we'll do better, Sempronius — we'll . v/% deserve it,' ' Latest Novelties in High A Large Stock of Spectacles & Eyeglasses to select from. r THE LEADING WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, Goldsmith's Hall, Parramatta. po©o---offi®©0©«-®®a®o-| ? § § i I Mr. Wm. BENNETT, 1 * g Surgical & Mechanical g f ? D E N T I S T - ? | r | Church Street, Parramatta. | C Daily. ^ J THE | ©mnberianft f r£ss. £ . . , t f . SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1895.

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