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

IiJIDIES YQU L1^E GOOD TEA I THEN DBMK THE CELEBEATED — -' JOWI BULL' BLEND: SOliD. BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. ? yz A Quality ? Is. 3d. per lb. B Quality (Pure Ceylon) ? Is. 6d. „ C Quality (Perfection of Tea) ??? Is. 9d. „ Should you be unable to obtain this Tea from your Local Storekeeper, Send to us and we will see you get it. J. A. BULL & CO., Ltd. 172 CLAKEKCE STREET, NYME1. (WHOLESALE ONLY.) 'Australian Home Journal' Paper Patterns. Oar illustrations (bis week represent the latest designs io blonses, and the new ' Godet ' skirt. Tbe bloose can be made up in any material, according to the fancy of tbe wearer. In the ue*' Chine silk it would look exceedingly fascioatiog, or even de laine, lawn, or a warmer material could be substi tuted for tbe silk. The Mouse is made on a tight fitting lining foundation, being gathered slightly at tbis waist,, so as to drop * over the belt. The wide pleat, narrowing at (be , neck, nut be cut wider. aod tben -turned in each / aide and stitched...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

jj\ MAKE NO MISTAKE | 1 TO laugh is TO CB0W fat. I 2 ^4^ SUMM^ 1 AERATED WATERS . . .1 I ? ? HOP BEER ? i I street. ginger BEER & CORDIALS.! [jgj Carts Deliver Daily. ? Ifjj] p=j Country Orders Promptly Attended To. tS' THE BEST IN TOWN« jj^j

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

? ? ? ? ? j gENSATION IN THE TAILORING. : McDONMjTtAILOBING COMPANY ' / (E. £feDCWAK^^e Wpll-known Gp&et, Lote^^l^G-S^^'T, SYp4re¥, Hjb Commented Business at CHTJBCH- STREET, PARRAMATTA, Meat LennoxBridge. v SUITS may be obtained at LOWEST PRICES (FOB : CASH} Or on TIME PAYMENT, to Suit Customers. MACINTOSHES A SPECIALITY, 7/6 deposit. Balanee at 2/6 per week. SUITS, £1 Deposit' : Balance, 6/- per week. A First-class Sydney Cutter Engaged. I CYCLISTS and CLIJBS dealt with on Special i Terms. INSURE VOUB LIFE. I Take advatitaffe of t)ie yew Life Atttiranee Table created by the ' LIVEBPOOLAWP LONPOM AND C10BE ??THE GREAT FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE WOBLD,' Under which only Half the Amount of Ordinary Premiums, are payable by the Assured during the First Five Years, whilst full amount of policy will be payable in tbe event of death after payment of the Gist annual premium. y '3/6 example': 7* Age not exceeding 20 .. £0 17 11 per annum Age not exceeding 40 .. £1...

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

i YHE ? - 11PW ? SHOP 1 18^pl 1HB:^0TED fcYDNEI ' CasEi^ocers, Provision and Produce Merchants, ' 'EHSS^^Sh Will shortly Commence Business with a First-class Stock of TEAS, GEQCEEIES, PROVISIONS & PRODUCE, Which will be sold at THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. / We respectful!)' ask you to GIVE US A TRI AL-j feeling confident we _ can give you satisfaction. j Oiders faithfully executed and promptly delivered to any part of Parramatta and l| Surrounding District. flSj NOTE THE ADDRESS— « A. BENSON & CO.. ' CHURCH AND PENNANT STREETS., PAK B6A MLATT.4, ^ (Lately Occupied by F. L. GOWING-.) IF YOU WANT A PIANO WHITE TO US. We will send our 50-page Catalogue Free, giving valuable information. We are (or the best Moh u STEIN WAY & it/CH, UPP A . FEU RICH, We make it easy to 3eal with us wherever you live. Oar Prioes are V^^nStyBeasoiii&le, for STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS PIANOS. WE SELL OK EAST PAYMENTS. . WdJfke old pianos in exchange. We qo&rantee satisfaction,...

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CYCLING. THE PARRAMATTA CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

CYCLING. THE PARRAMATTA CARNIVAL. Tbc Parramatta branch of the League of Wheelmen conducted a sports meeting on the Parramatta Cricket Club Oval on Saturday afternoon, when there was a large attendance, including a strong contingent of cyclists from Sydney. The races throughout were excep tionally well contested, several ol the eyents being won on the line. All the leading riders competed, and great interest was taken in the meeting of Megson, O'Brien, Simpson, and Lewis. Simpson was in rare form, and with a start of 40 yards from Megson in the two-mile race, he made the pace fast from the start. Then Megson retired. From start to finish, both in the heat and in the final, Simpson raced all the way. In the half-mile race ne had the misfortune to punc ture his tyre. O'Brien showed good pace in tbe mile handi cap, but neither he nor Megson landed into places. During the afternoon the Parramatta Model Band played a number of selections. The cinder track was in splendid going order, but...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

pAltliAMATTA PARCELS DELIVERY. Charles Lakemaa Desires to intimate to the Public that his Vans meet every Train coming into Parramatta, nud he is prepared to undertake to Deliver Parcels to all parts of the Town and District by Con tract or otherwise. *.? Furniture Removed by Careful Hands. Burses and Drays on Hire by the Day or Hour. A^j»nt^w^mght, Heaton and N°Tt CHILES LAKEMA^f Argyle Street, Parramatta. Straight down from the Railway Station. Mcintosh & tod hunteb, (H. E. Mcintosh — F. W. Todhuntcr), SOLICITORS, GEORGE STREET, PARRAMATTA ^^Sfo&jroolpick Hotel}, And at--2L rfTT-STHEET, SYDNEY. F. W. Tojhiuntkr, Commissioner for Aflidavits. CHATFIELD & BROWN, I C E NSEJ)^! U BVEJi&irir, GtyJBCtiE ST., P&RftAMATTA. Jas. Munro, FAMILY BUTCHER, cHUJ»g^OUTH. PAKltApm. ' The Shon/or Prime Joints of Beef icii utton. Caits Deliver to all parts Town and District. THE ATTENTION jgP8A¥~P»MP I Superior in character to any yet offered to tlie Public, is...

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

Fixtures. Granville True Blue C.C. v Liverpool at Granville to-day .—Lumley, Schroder, (2) Cook, Pickering, Guerin, Brown, Cater, A.Gray, Ryan, Rollins, 12 P. Gray, 13 Jenher. In Saturday's cricket match J. Wilson, of Parramatta, made one oi the biggest bits ever made on tbe oval. From the pavilion end he I hit a ball clean over the trees into March street. After lodging, the ball went into Mr. i C. Knott'B front door. — Windnor mid Richmond I Gazette.

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At The King's School, PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

At The King's School, PARRAMATTA. To bravely traverse life's rough path And boldly play the man, To hate a . lie, to acorn a sneak A hypocrite to ban— Whilst dlvlcg deep in classic lore And other useful things — To be Australian gentlemen Is what we learn at King's. The plnok of King's School boys. How aft oar hearts rejoice to hear The oheer that vict'ry brings, In work or play to strive oar best Is what , we learn at King's. And if, perchance, by fate of war, Oar braves be overthrown Superior acnenoe, strength, or speed We're ever prompt to own. Oar tarn will come — from gen'roas hearts With shouts the welkin rings — To honour gallant friend or foe Is what we learn at King's. Years henoe, some famous leader, great In foram, senate, mart, Who, fighting in life's battle-front Haa nobly played his part, . Shall own, as boyish eoenes come back On recollection's wings ; . I owe my neatness, and my fame To what I learnt at King's.

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Sporting. CRICKET. Britannia v. Dundas. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

Sporting. CRICKET. Britannia v. Dundas. These teams met on the 38th September. The following ate the scores so fat ; — Brits. Whiteford, b G. Spurway . . 19 Howell, h.o.w. b Kirby .. 8 Brown, c and b Kirby . . . . 1 Lavors, ran out . . ♦ ? . . 17 Hunne, thrown out ? 45 Ladkin, run out ? 22 Richardson b Duffy ? 1 Batohelor, b Sullivan ? 10 MonkhouBe b Kirby ? 0 Tunks, b Kirby . . . ? . . 4 I Ryder, not out ? 7 I Sundries ? 5 I iw0i . iai i Duwus. W. Spurway b Bachelor .. .. 11 G. Spurway not out .. . . . . 16 Sundries ? 3 One for .. ..80 Belmore v. Clifton. A match was played between these | clubs on Saturday lost, and resulted in a defeat for Belmores by 11 runs. Scores : — . Cliftons. — Harris, 0; Nagle, 41; Fin layson, 4 ; Austin, 9 ; Wosod, 11 ; Spier, 26 ; Algie, 4 ; Dunn, 3 ; Pidcock, 0 ; Wason, 6; Downey, 14 ; sundries G. Total, 123. 1 Belmores. — G. Martin, 0; Stein, 2; Jenkins, 5; Benn.8; Maddecks,32; Tuckwell,7; Naylor, 12 ; H. Martin, 11 not out ; Moxham. 6 ; Ballard, 3 ; ...

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THE GIPSY'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER XXIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

THE GIPSY'S . . . . DAUGHTER. CHAPTEB XX ITT. — (Continued.) ' I hope you bad good success in your ^ mission,' stud Lad; Clemenoe, in a low whisper to Amos, as Sir Victor was looking over some notes that lay in a salver at his elbow. ' JUaUBUli JL UUMl QU oUUCtioe a»b ail, (aid Amos, in^a clear voice. Sir Victor looked np swiftly, and then down again. * Ohl' said Lady Clemenoe, much disturbed. ' But I have not given the matter up,' said Amos, dearly. 'I never give any H''g np. I shall persevere. I shall persevere till I am successful in getting aakar answer, why the reason why, at least.' ?Cold fowl,' said Sir Victor to the Servant at his side. One would have thought he bad not heard Amos. ' I attended the funeral of Hiss Bev nolds' aunt,' said Amos to Lady Clemenoe. ? 'Take some of that salad, Mr. Warren ; it is exoellent,' said Sir Victor. ?? The days went by — one, two, four, r' *™«s was treated with ldndneBS ' ? 'hy'TuSly Clflmence, with entire courtesy S ; v dsriBfc TBcterj mi ...

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ROOKWOOD. Council Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

ROOKWOOD. Council Meeting. | The fortnightly meeting of tbe Rookwood 1 Council was held on Wednesday, 25th Sep tember. Present '. The Mayor (Mr. It. Slee), and Aldermen Gormley, Ajidrews, Lidbury, and Varlev. The fii-Kt trouble grew out of the reading of the minutes of the reccnt Finance Committee's meeting ; Aid. Lidbury objecting to the inser tion of Aid. Gonnlev'h name thorenn. After nearly half an hour's dispute the minutes were confirmed. 1 iNCOMINfl CoiUtEHPONnENCE. [ Letter from W. Mitchell, Sydney M.P. Works, acknowledging letter conveying com plaint sent forward by Board of Health.— llecoived. Lett.' from Auburn Council, re repairs to Mount Auburn-road, stating that they had decided that the figokwood contractor should do the work, to hajf-cost being borne by each CoujflEfe .eceived. Letter froraBwcotield, asking permission to i provide cart crossings,— Received, and applica tion acceded to. Letter from T. Bourke. rc conditton of Cock thorpe-road.— Received, and referred to...

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Door of Hope and Prayer Union, PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

Door of Hope and Prayer Union, PARRAMATTA. The annual meeting of members of the Parramatta Door o^^Iope and the Prayer Union (two local socpMttpwfaich, for practical purposes, work in unison) was held on Tuesday afternoon in tbc Congregational Church Hull, rfuramaUa. Ovcrtne platform was suspended | the Door of Hope motto, ' I was 6ick, and ye visited me' ; while the watchwords of the Prayer Union — ' Jesus only ' — appeared on the left. The Parramatta Door of Hope is one of two branches of a purely N.S. Wales in stitution founded in Petersham, largely through the instrumentality of an invalid lady (Mrs. Peters), on the lines of what is known as the ' Shut-in Society ' of American religious life. Its object is to relieve cases of poverty and sickness — especially the latter — and that by 'personal effort, and visita tion ; and solely at the oost of the mem -tmrfi themRfitvefl. Dnrinrr tKo noot ? voqp £6 or £7 in 'money, in addition to parcels of household goods, clothing, etc. (in w...

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Miss Cutler's Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

Miss Cutler's Social. About thirty couples enjoyed them selves in great style, at Miss Cutler's social at the Masonic Hall, Parramatta, on Monday evening. Mr. A. Holliday was a courteous and obliging M.C. and the hostess of the evening naturally enough spared no pains to make every thing as pleasant' as possible for the pleasure-seekers. Of course the ladies and gentlemen on the floor were experts in all the graceful evolutions which tbe magnificent music elicited by Mr. Ed wards was capable of suggesting. Among the ladies were — Miss Cutler, in lemon ottoman trimmed with lace and pink roses; Miss Lee, gas-green skirt and cream bodice ; Miss Gray, white muslin and pink ribbons ; Miss M. Toohey cream nun's veiling and black velvet; Miss Davis, evening dress, finished with black lace ; Miss Allsopp, ruby cash mere ; Mies L. Aikonp, seal cashmere ; Mrs. J. \V. MartuP^Harris Parkj, black skirt, geranium pink velvet oodice ; Miss M. Craig, cream cashmere, white buttercup ; Miss M. Brien,...

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

BANKSTOWK. , On Wednesday evening, 35th September, the I usual anniversary tea and public meeting of 1 St Matthew's Church of England, Bankstoirn, was held ; and, despite the fnolemencj of the weather, there was a fairly good attendance. Those present enjoyed the evening's entertain ment. The new curate, the Rev. Jam a GawdeU, presided. Mrs. and Miss Cawdell were also present ; ana very materially aswwefl wun tne programme. The Chairman opened the proceedings with hymnal grace. Then followed — pro- ceedings, for a time, — in the shape of a well* sustained attack upon the appetising edibles provided by Mr. Granger, of Parramatta, an d which bad been laid out with no little taste. In the unavoidable absence of Mrs. Amesbury, Mrs. Jas. Eldridge directed operations, gener ally. at the tables. She was ably supported by Mrs. Meredith. Miss Annie Miller proved herself a deft handmaid at the clergyman's table. Mrs. G. Thompson and Misses Katie Miller and Olive Thompson alf*o presided at res...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

Brief Mention. To hand (from our fellow-workman in journalism, the Rev. M. Maddcni, of liydal mere) ' Glad Tidings ' — a religious moutbly, haviDg for its object the dissemination of ' the good news of Fall Salvation.' Mrs. Tom Harrison, of Parramatta, pre sented her spouse with twin boys last Satur day. Htddlestone, once of the Registrar ol Titlrs Office, is said to have made £100,000 in and around Coolgardie. He will be rcnmnihcT' «l as a first-class cricketer. Spectacles, Is ; Real Pebble Spoctnclcs, tts Od, at G. E. Ricjiarhson's, near Lennox Bridge.* A cow nnd its calf got coufuscd as to the geography of Parramaiia, when bcin^ driven past the Courthouse, on Monday ; And finally they cut the knot by dashing in to the newly-toucned-up White Horse Hotel. They went on a tour through the prcmisos ; but were finally turned out. Some daring robberies, report says, have been perpetrated out ParramattR west. Feed has been stolen from tbc Hospital for Insane farm buildings ; pige and pou...

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

rjlEA DKIKKEllS! rjlEA DBINKEBSI rpEA DRINKERS !l ECONOMISE. ECONOMISE. EOONOIII8E. IT IS AN ADMITTED FAjDT TBlT ?Z E'S T 2 E'isiT ' At 1/- P r PouHEK Equal to any Tea in the llatket ^ Is Od. till-. 121b. TinB. Satisfaction GaacmdMdt or Oash retained. v IS- TRY IT. TRY IT. TRY It. ? //* J /TOOHEY, PRODUCE MERCHANT/Comer OHtJECH & PHILLIP STS., PAERAHATTA. All Prodnoe at Lowest Market Bates.

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

T. W. POLLOCK, DRAPER, MILLINER and CLOTHIER, Victoria Hoose, Fuller's Buildings, Church Street. Is Now Showing . . . . O DDI MO OrtftDO Newest- Most Fashionable, . . . In Each Department Ol Dllvvl VjIwV/L/O and Best-selected Stock. Dress Department | Large Range of New Muslins. ' Zephyrs in Plain, Stripes and Checks. | GaJateas — Strong, Heavy, Good Value. 1 Prints and Sateens, Light and Dark. j 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. S , Black Grenadine. -s Black and Coloured Cashmeres. / I Nun's Veiling, etc., etc. ! Haberdashery Department This Department is now well assorted with all Plain Haberdashery. Also Novelties in Bead Trimmings. Fancy Buttons. | Combs. Brushes. i Perfumery. Soaps. | Belt Buckles. j Purses. Baskets, etc., etc. | Milline...

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Mr. J. Stapleton's Shop (Parramatta North). [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

Mr. J. Stapleton's Shop (Parramatta North). As our readers are well aware, Mr. J. Stapleton — a townsman who, by reason of his long experience in different responsible positions, at different times, in various of our local business estab lishments, has a good knowledge of the requirements of local soft-goods trade — has opened for himself in Parramatta North, just below the new Parramatta North Post Office, and next door to Mr. Upton's shop. Mr. Stapleton is just now getting in goods for the coming season ; and he shows some attractive lines in dress goods (including tbe well known Plisse muslins), men's and boys' clothing, mercery, fancy items, hosiery, and so on. A glance around the shop and in the windows gives the visitor a good idea of the demands of the shopperaof Parramatta North — to whom we owe it to say that Mr. Stapleton is looked upon as a sort of public bene factor for establishing in that part of the town (hitherto without such a con venience) a shop of the character i...

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"The Marguerite" SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

' The Marguerite ' SOCIAL. At St. Patrick's Schoolroom an en joyable Social was conducted on Mon day evening — the Marguerite dunce, in aid of the parish funds. Mr. E. Fleming was M.C., and the music was onrmli aA liv \fr R Wafers' drina band. A jolly time spent bv all. Among the ladies we noticed the Misses Ring, Algie, Dellow, M'Grath, Fabey, Halhgan, Chambers, Callaway, O'Brien, Winter, Dunn, McKelvey, Kelly, Christie, Slattery, Mesdames Latham and Towner and others. The gather ing was marked by the utmost good feeling, and the only dash of soberness in the enjoyment was caused by the genuine sympathy which tbe majority of those present indulged in, as towards the home close by, in Ross-street, where friends were waging a hand-to-hand fight with destiny, for' the life of a bright little child. Dancing was kept up till midnight.

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Mission Hall. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 5 October 1895

Mission Hall. I A meeting of the Committee for the erection of the Protestant Mission Hail was held on Tuesday night at Mr. Mayne's, when it was ar ranged that the ground given by Mr. Brooks, should be conveyed to trustees ; and arrange ments were made for carrying on the work. i ine mui«» interested in stuay under the I University Extension lecture system, met for a I Home Beading re-union, at Miss Thorp's, | Parramatta North, on»Monday. No clue as to the perpetrators of the recent atrocity in Mr. Barney Keon's piggery has, as yet been discovered. The men of Captain Fcrris's Company (Volunteers) were among those who sent wreaths to the bereaved family on Thursday last. Great results arc expected from the Baulkham Hills' bazaar. That splendid block of land, on Granville Parade/2/ninuteii from Granville statiA^JtS joini« Wgler'6 furniture warehouse, cfnbing subyvidbd for business and residential/sites. Terais extremely liberal. Sale eaflv in October.* | Interesting Rcnort nf TAnr's t...

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