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Parramatta District Hospital. THE DOCTOR'S FEES. ALLEGED UNFOUNDED NEWS. PAPER CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
Parramatta District Hospital. THE DOCTOR'S FEES. ALLEGED UNFOUNDED NEWS. PAPER CHARGES. On Thursday evening, at the request of the medical staff of the above in stitution, a special committee meeting was hold to consider certain statements made in a contemporary, reflecting on them. Tho Ven. Archdeacon Gunther presided, and there were also present, Drs. Bowman and Brown and Messrs. G. T. Hunt, W. W. Bodenham, J..E. Sparkes, A. C. Willis, G. Oldhain, and tho Secretaries, Messrs. J. G. Fyall and T. D. Little. The chairman explained that the meeting had been called at the request of the medical officers, to consider certain 'reflections' contained in a leading article in the ' Cumberland Mercury' of tho 18th of May. He then read tho following letter from the medical officers : — Parramatta, May 20, 1889. Archdeacon Gunther, Chairman of the Committee of tho P. D. Hospital. Dear Sir, — We desire to bring before your notice a leader, 'Professional Perquisites or what ? ' which appeared m ...
The Borough's Financial Position. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
The Borough's Financial Position. TO Illli EDITOR 01' THE CUJiniSRLAN'D AIIGUS. Sin, — ' Our Borough Council's Finan cial Position,' such was the subject of your loader in the issue of your paper on tho 24th instant and your reasoning I am sure must have afforded interest and satisfaction . to your ratepaying readers. The article lias certainly anticipated tho feelings of a largo number of property owners in Parramatta, and it is considered the timo is not far distant when the rate payors must mako a strong offort to se cure a full realisation of the true financial position of our Borough Council. It is a truth (as you say) that tho printed financial statements are unsatis factory. But by whom are they pre pared ? Are the receipts and expen diture properly audited. — 'Hah/' — Yours respectfully, EXAMINER.
The County Members at Work. SMITHFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
The County Members at Work. SMITHPIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL. Department Public Instruction, Syd ney, 22nd May, 1889. Sir,— With re ference to the deputation which waited upon the Minister for Public Instruction on tho 5th ultimo respecting the neces sity for new Public School buildings at Smithfield, I am directed to acquaint you that having considered a report upon the subject, the Minister has sanctioned the erection of a new brick schoolroom and classroom together with suitable hat rooms, lavatories, and weathersheds, and the Architect for Public schools has been asked to pre pare plans and specifications as speedily as possible. — I havo, etc., G. Milmb, for Under Secretary. John Nobbs, Esq., M.P. Mr. 1-\ Farnell, M.P., forwards a similar communication.
Daily Life of an Indian Girl described by Herself. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
Daily Life of an Indian Girl des cribed by Herself. The followiug document has been translated into English from the verna cular language in which it was written by a young lady of about sixteen. At the examination of a girl's school by the local committee of managers, the pupils were requested to write tho story of their daily life and avocations. The exercises which they produced were very similar in many points, but this was one of the best :— ' After getting leave from school on Saturday I went home, and put away my slate and books. I next took off my school-dress, and having put on other clothes I attended to household work. When evening came I lit the light in the house, and taking my beads Iwent to worship our God Jugonath. Having prostrated my self before the great Lord, Jugonath, I went into the house, and taking my book sat down to read. AVhen tho night was somewhat advanced, I put away my book. Then having taken my food, and washed my hands and face, I spread my bed on th...
Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
Agricultural and Horticultural. [By Westmead.] Cui/1'ueal Memokasda tof June. — The subjoined information is from tho calendar published by Messrs. Gelding and Co. : — Kitchen Garden. — Earth up, plant out, and sow for succession St. John's Day, West Ham, Early York, 'London Market. &c. Cauliflower — Plant out in a sheltered placo a crop for succession, asd sow a portion. Lottuco — Sow a good bed for spring use, and plant out a full crop in lines one foot apart. Carrot— Sow a crop of the Early Horn. Peas — Earth up and stick all crops that may require it. Spinach — Thin out and hoo between the crops, and sow a crop to succeed. Radishes, Mustard, and Cress — Sow in a warm border. Globe Artichokes should now have their winter drossing. Pot Herbs — Plant, out ana divide Thyme, Sage, Marjoram, &c. ; Mint should bo planted in a warmer corner to como m early for use. Trench and dig all vacant pieces of ground. Orchard. — Stone Fruit., Apples, and Pears, will require to be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
THE AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHKD EVERY SATUEDAY MOENING AMD DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF PARRAMATTA AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT. s. d. Subscription, per quarter, in advance 'i 0 Do. booked .. ..2 3 Single copy ? 0 2 Teems or Adveehsiko : s. d. Three lines ? 10 Six lines ? 19 One inch ? 2 G Each additional inch . . ..26 Births, Marriages and Deaths (each) .. ... ..10 Special terms for advertisements ordered by the quarter. Casual advertisements must be prepaid, ex cept in the case of firms or persons having running accounts with us. Persons ordering advertisements on behalf of any club or society will be held personally re sponsible for the payment of same. Advertisements must state upon the face of them the number of times they are to be in serted, otherwise they will be continued and charged for until countermanded. LITTLE & CO. September 24th, 1887. CHATFIELD & BROWN, TICENSED SURVEYORS JU ? Specially licensed under the Real Property and Mh.ing Acts. Offices :...
That Asylum Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
That Asylum Again. According to a paragraph in a local papor, Mrs. Cunynghame, lato Super intendent of the Mncqurio-street Asylum, stated flint tho police had been in tho habit of bringing drunken men to her with tho request that sho would 'take them in, ' and that th« practice had been persisted in, evidently with tho desire oh.tho part of tho police of getting rid of troublesome cases. At first she had been in tho habit of receiving men of this class, but at length the custom became so frequent that sho was com polled to stand out against it. The matter was alluded to in the Assembly by Mr. Hugh Taylor, who asked tho Premier to make inquiries into it. Sir Henry Parkes replied that he had been informed by the Inspector-General of Police that Mrs. Cunynghame's state ment was absolutely untrue.
Extermination of the Codlin Moth. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
Extermination of the Codlin Moth. 1 [quart, Thursday. — At a meeting of the fruit board it has been decided that the Government be asked to pay £100 to any person or persons who will make and demonstrate at his or their own ex pense a method or process not previous ly known in the colony for the effectual extermination of codlin moth, subject to tho following condition: — That each method shall during and after an experi ment for 12 months be subject to judge ment of a board appointed by the Trea surer of Tasmania ; that the board be bound not to discloso particulars unless such board shall decide to givo the pro cess a trial ; that the board shall bo tho final judge as to tho best method, and on their reconiondation tho prize shall bo awarded.
Prospect and Sherwood. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
Prospect and Sherwood. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tins regular fortnightly meeting of the abovo Council wus held on Thursday evening, when there were present, His Worship the Mayor, Alderman T. Muston (in tho chair), Aldermen Anstiss, Stieme, G. Muston, Playford and Hollier. Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was received from the Colonial See ? retary's Office, forwarding tho Council, tho necessary authority to borrow the sum of £1000 for permanent works. A letter was received from Smith Holmes, pointing out that the Council should strike a general lighting rate, as ho did not see why any of tho ratepayers should be exempted. Ho instanced Liverpool as an example. — The letter was received. From William Appleton, pointing out that he was losing monoy by tho lighting contract. He asked tho consideration of the Council in tho matter. Referred to the Lighting Com mittee. __, The Mayor reported that the Municipality had boon singularly fortunate during the.lat...
Masonic. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
Masonic The installation of the Worshipful Master and officers to guide and govern Lodge Parramatta St. George for the ensuing year took place at the Masonic Hall, George-street, on Tuesday even ing. The attendance of brethren and visitors was not nearly so large as ex pected, the inclement state of the weather no doubt being responsible for this somewhat depressing circumstance. It was expected that the Grand Lodge officers would take part in the ceremony, but no doubt they were excused on the same watery plea. The attendance was not more than 35. The I.P.M., Wor. Bro. J. Watson, performed the install ation ceremony in a praiseworthy man ner, and the newly-elected Master, Wor. Bro. Alban Gee, then invested his officers as follows : — S. W., Bro. Ohas. Neale ; J. W., Bro. J. Garland ; S. D., Bro. J. R. Horton ; J. D., Bro. N. E. A. Neale ; Treasurer, ±5ro. W. Martindale ; Secretary, Bro. J. H. Spier; Organist, Bro. A. McManis ; Stewards, Bros. P. and J. O'Eeilly; I. G., Bro. Hunter ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
LETTERS AND . TELEGEAMS RECEIVE PBOMPT ATTENTION. UndertakerSo STATE AND BEFORM FUNERALS conducted in the most respectable manner, and at Moderate Charges. j Lead, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shortest Notice. Wreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards a Speciality — printed as required. Church Street, Parramatta, A Startling 'but true Discovery. Furniture Warehoiisee _ — — _ — _____ — — i The noted Cheap House in Parramatta. Bargains in Bedsteads and Bedding. Drawing Room Suites. Fenders, Fire Irons, Coal Vases, Kerosene Stoves, and Gas Coseys. Kent and Basket Grates. Dumpy Stoves. The Henley Skates, 10s 6cl per pair. Our Pictures are really worth a visit. FOOTBALLS AND FOOTBALLS. See our 4Jd cabinet size Photo Frames, the talk of Parramatta and District. Nursery Fenders and Guards, cheap. Combination Lanterns for Candle or Kerosene, Is 9d each. Fretwork Machines, saws patterns and wood. China, Glass and Earthenware. SAINTY BEOS. Furnishing Arcade, xjlllLLL/Il Duluuu, Jrdili ci...
Righted at Last. CHAPTER XLI HIGH PRESSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
Sighted at Last. CHAPTER XLI man puesstjre. | Uadgo reached home in the dark Ac ??, and opened tho outer door so Hjuietly that she got up to her own room Ijnthout being observed by any of the (inmates. Hat and cloak, were off in a t unute, and flung carelessly anywhere ij-tlms marking how completely her I und was distracted from ordinary af I iirs ; for, as a rule, she was careful in ; nutting1 things away. Then ! — she did not fling herself on ho bed, and give way to an over - iihelming sense of dispair, in the man ; ler of heroines of romance. She sat limn ; clasped hands lying on her lap, lnd stared into the darkness of the room, which was luminous to her hot, ill) eyes, and wondered what it was all £ wont. If Her engagement with Philip was jbroken off, and he wished it to be so ! |\W, how could that be ? Was it not fall some disagreeable fantastic dream, Jfrom which she would presently awaken, ijfmd find him by her side ? They ||iTould laugh at the folly of it all, and |jhe sorr...
Queen's Birthday. PARRAMATTA TROTTING AND RACE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
Queen's Birthday. PARRAMATTA TROTTING AND RACE / CLUB. ..\t»Bv Parramatta Trotting and : Race Club toty; advantage of Queen's Birthday to break into existence as. a local purveyor of amuso monts 'and sports. Their first meeting was hold at RosehiU on that day; which unfortu nately was not conspiouous for Queen's weather. Early in the morning light showers commenced to fall, and later on. in the day they fell more sharply and thickly. A cold wind, too, blew nil the day, rendering outdoor sport anything but pleasant. Under such circumstances, it was not to ho expected that tho initial meeting1 would be such a groat success numerically ; but if the attendanco did fall short of expecta tions with fino weather, evidences wero not wanting to show that, tho movo mot with tho approval of local and district people, and under proper management tho meetings of the club can be worked into a populnr local institution. The special trains from Sydney were not largely patronised, o\ving doubtless t...
CLARKE MEMORIAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
CLARKE MEMORIAL MATCH. This match was played on tho Parramatta cricket ground between a team selected from tho town and district clubs of tho Central Cumberland Cricket Association 13 aside. Owing to tho weather tho attendance was very poor. Tho object of tho match was to raise funds to sot a tombstone over the grave of tho livte Arthur Clarke, a well known local cricketer, who met with his death a short time ago through an accident whilst playing cricket. A novelty in tho gamo was introduced, the wickets each consisting of 4 stumps. Calver won tho toss for tho town team, and as a splen did wicket had been prepared by Panell de cided to bat. Owing to the rain setting in steadily the gamo had to bo abandoned 11 little after 3 p.m., tho town team having scored 141 for tho loss of 7 wickets. Spears 4G, D. Don nan 21, Calver 15, Board 14, and E. Miller 10 not out all showed excellent batting form. Duffy, 4 for 20, and Miller (Auburn) bowled best for tho District team, which was cap tain...
Sharpening Files. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
Sharpening Files. Files can, it is said, be recut by cleaning them in acidulated water between two plates of carbon, aud closing the circuit so as to form a real voltaic cell. The hydrogen liberated clings to the points of tho teeth of the file, protecting them from further action ; but the cutting action proceeds f reolv ovor the re mainder of tho file. This process speedily brings back the teeth of an old file to the original shape and dimensions, and does not merely sharpen them, but practically rceuts the file, without necessitating either softeninpr or re tampering tho metal. This 'invention'* comes from America : but we don't think it is practised in an American shop where they really use files. — English Mechanic.
Parramatta Rowing Club. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
Parramatta Rowing Club. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. SiKj — Through yonr columns I crave leave to bring the position of the above club before the public of Parramatta. It has had to pass through a variety of trials, but the present one (which has occurred through no fault of the club) threatens to crush its life out. The late disastrous floods on the river, where tho club shed was situated, have ruined the shed, and — to speak in plain terms — have played 'Old Harry' with the boats, two of which have only within the last month been purchased by the club at a cost of £50. A new shed will undoubtedly have to be built, and this with other expenses will cost us at least £200. The club will undoubtedly en deavour to help itself to tho uttermost of its unfortunately limited means, but I should think there are a sufficient number of friends of true sport in Par ramatta to come forward with their aid, however small, lighten the burden and ' set tho ball a-rolling.' — Yours, &a...
Medical Value of some Common Medical Roots and Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 1 June 1889
Medical Value of some Common Medical Roots and Vegetables. Celery acts upon the nervous system, and it ia a cure for rheumatism and neuralgia. To matoes stimulate tho liver, and spinach and tho common dandelion (prepared in tho same way) have a direct effect on diseases of the kidney. Onions, garlic, and olives promote digestion ?by stimulating the circulatory system, with tho consequent increase of the saliva and gastric juice. Raw onions are also regarded as a remedy for sleeplessness, and the French believe that onion soup is an excellent tonic in cases of debility of the digestivo organs. — English Mechanic.