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Kenthurst. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Kenthurst. TitElate stormarid excessively heavy rains have played havoc among the orchards in our district of Kenthurst. It rained incessantly and at times un precodently heavy from Friday eve till midday Wednesday. The fall of rain I estimate at about 2500 tons per acre. It was so sovero that few roofs could stand the test, and groat num bers had to leave and take ref ugo with their friends, thoir homes having boen made wet and uncomfortable by tho in cursions of the rain, which homos will take a long time to recover their wonted dryness and warmth. The orchards have in all cases stiff erod from loss of surface soil, in many to tho extent of hundro.ls of tons of earth. The orange crops have also sufforod. osnecinllv tho Emperor mandarins, which lay as thick as hail under tho trees. Many fruit troes havo been blown down, uprooted, and otherwise destroyed by the storm. Foncos havo greatly suffered, in many cases from falling timbor, hundreds of forncsfc trees having boen uprooted dur...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Local Topics. Anothbb throw in for Ould Ireland— Dono- van has won the English Derby! Mem: it would have been odd indeed hod the lioti o' (the) ran not been tho first to catch the judge's eye. The sooner that haros are deolared noxious animals and a bonus offered for their destruction the better. The interests ' of Sport are not quite important enough to be alone considered in the matter. ? ? * The Casual Labour Board Commissioners' Report whon boiled down to its quintessence is to the effeot that John Davies was tho I'oard nnd that tho Board sailed consumedly cIobo to the wind. . ' ; Talking of Boards tho Civil Service Ditto is so handicapped by ministerial interferenon that it is practically of about as much use to the community as-is a ilfth wheol to ft ooaoh, ? ? . ? Messrs. Taylor and Ritchie, Ms.P., paired against tho motior affirming the expediency of bringing in a bill to provide for the pay ment ef members. The voting was 43 for and 29 against. Neither Mr. Nobbs nor Mr. Far...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, R. Harper, and E. Pearce, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Wednesday, June 5. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, E. Harper, and E. Pearee, Js.P.) Thomas Preston was fined 5s or 24 hours for drunkenness, and 5s or 24 hours for using obsceno language, Caroline Young pleaded guilty to charges of drunkenness and obscene language. She was fined 6s or 24 hours for the forsior, and 20s or seven days for the language. Koland Williams, charged with using obscono language on the Sydney Eoad, pleaded guilty. Mr. C. Unwin, Mayor of Granvillo, gave ovidence as to the offence, which was of a very gross nature. Ho was finod £-5 and 8s 4d costs, or three months in gaol. The same defendant was charged with indecent exposure. He pleaded guilty. Throe witnesses were called, but thoy all denied having seen the oflence committed. Ho was finod 40s and os 6d costs, in default It days in gaol. Tho sentences wero accumu lative. Tho fines wero paid. Hugh Bennett, charged with using obsceno language at Potts' Hill on tho 29th May, pleaded not guilty. Charles Henry Curtis, in...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Town Governed by Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

A Town Governed by Women. Tnii success with which Oskaloosa ap pears to have beon governed by a lady Mayor and a council of tho same sex (says '.Public Opinion,' April 20th) is auin toresting examplo of the administrative capacity of women at a moment they have boon elected to our own London County Council. On the same subject tho ' Atlanta Constitution ' saj-s:— One year ago the town of Oskaloosa, in Kan sas, jmade- itself the'. laughing; stock - of the State by1 declaring 'a lady 'Mayor5 and a Conncil of ladies. The first thing the new officials did was to enforce the Sunday rJaw. -, .They. , allowed; -hotels, livery stables,' barbel's' shops, and drug stores to keep open, but stopped the sale of cigars, tobacco, bread and ice cream Next the bad 'boys were looked after. A proclamation was issued order ing all boys under the age of 18 to keep off the. streets after 8 o'clock at night. It occurred to the ladies that while they had the power tho tobacco evil ought to be dealt with, b...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 8. COMPENSATION FOR DESTROYED VINEYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

» i ? THE --'^ttttifwrlstndi ^tgtift ? ' ...- AND FKUrrGItOWEItS1 ADVOCATE. SATURDAY. JUNE 8. ? u^^m ? — — '^gffi&iJSV'11'- Of the soyoral questions which it w hoped the next enacted Bill for the destruction of inaect pests, noxious weeds, etc., etc., may go some way to wards aatisfactorily solving, the one concerning compensation for destroyed vineyards and orchards may not un fairly .bo said to constitute the ' crux . . of the'whole matter, so iar m i««av «° the general:. public are concerned. It ie comparably easy for the fruit growers to draft compensation clauses that will more or less meet their own views .on the subject; the mam tum culty consists in determining how much of the financial burden that such clauses will create may be equitably cast upon the- shoulders of the com munity. Parliament is usually liberal in matters of the kind; indeed, . has in *e past been so liberal that it behoves the fruit growers to be modest in their demands for compensation for damages...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta School of Arts. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Parramatta 3chool of Arts. TO THE EDIT0H OF TUB CUJIDEBLAJID AHOU8. Sib, — In your issue of Saturday last is contained a statement of some person having opened the reading room which should have been opened but was closed on account of the inclement state of the weather. I must take exception to the above statement, and deny that the reading room was closed for anv such reason. Saturday, May 25, was a pub lic holiday. Had j'ou referred to by law No. 1 of the institution; you would havo seen that the reading room and library shall be open every day, Sun days and public holidays excepted. Iu justice to myself, trust you will publish the above, acting during temporary ab sence of the librarian. — Yours, &c, JAS. SMITH.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

CUMBERLAND BUILDING LAND . AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. LIMITED. CAPITAL. JBIOO.OOO. Puid up capital, £20,000 Uncalled capital, £15,000. feevcrvefund £?2000. Money received on Fixed Deposit at the fol . lowing Rates :— For 12 months, 7 per cent per annum. '? . ' 6 months, 6 percent, per Biumnij And 5 per cent; at call. Savings Bank i^H^Si^^E Bhillinir and upwards rccoived, nnd six (b) per Kt i&owed on the Monthly Balance' and no notice acquired forwrthdrnwrils. JNO. JAS. MILLER, Manager. office— :.:'.-? , v M» npninHan Buildings^^eorgo-Btree «fufB~AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK PARRAMATTA BRANCH. Reserve Fund .. ?? £310,000 ? ? ' Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at curren ?:?? '*' Bills discounted and advances made on ap ? ^r^S'onalltheprincipalcitiesinthe '?r?rld' H M. TODHUNTEB, . :?? . Manager.

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The Gardener's Song. ROWLAND BROWN, IN THE "GARDENER'S MAGAZINE." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

The Gardener's Song. EOWLAND BnOWN, IN THE ' GUbDEXER's MaGA Z1NE.' Oh !.a gardener's lifo is as: pleasant a life As a working-man's can bo :?? ? 'Tis a glad pursuit to plant tho root, And nurso the flower and tree. . , His life is set to ceaseless song, owuutur uian poer can sing, Warbled in notes from tho feather'd throats Of the birds, from summer to spring. And doth ho not make the wildest break Gay as a conqueror's fleet P For his strong right hand is tho magic wauot That brings fresh flowers to our feet. With a sneer or a frown a man may loot: down Upon many ignoble trades ; But Purplo and Prido oven dare not derido Tho work of tho Kiug of Spades. The oldest craft known he clains as his own, Tho only work Hoavcn thought well Should bo done by a man ore a troublo began, Or tho 'grand old gardener' fell. Then men of the spado should be proud of . their trade, Invading no crowded mart, Whoso duily toil gives wealth to tho soil, And joy to the homo and hoart.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Ti/rODERN PHOTOGRAPHY HERBST, 28, OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY. : ' ^f Nearly; Opposite Mark Foy's. INSTANTANEOUS PORTRAITS. Ig3' INSPECT OUlt LARGE DISPLAY OF AUTISTIC AVORK. ? POPULAR. PRICES: THREE CABINETS FOR FIVE SHILLINGS. -Open on Saturday Afternoon and all Holidays. G. E, RICHAKDSON, l'BACTICAI, TX7'ATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, ETC., ' Fuller's-Buildings, CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA. ti& If Your AVulch -.- ? . . . dtops ' ' --' ' bring it ' ?'i ? '?:??.-? above ? Address. ugji SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. TUST. lauded large stock of Patent Roller f) Skates; all sizes. murkay rmos., Churcli-street. ALL sizes Gal. Cor. Iron Tanks made to ' order at MURRAY BUGS., PMTiimnUa;

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Skating Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Skating Carnival. Half a yard, half a yard, Half a yard onward, AH round tho skating rink Rolled the six hundred. ' Forward, man, boy and maid ! On with your skates ! ' ho said ; All round the skating rink Rolled tho six hundred. ' Forward, man, boy and maid ! ' Was there then one dismay'd ? Not tho' a fall it meant If anyone blundered. Their's not to think of that, Their's but to go the ' bat,' Their's p'r'aps to tumblo flat ; All round the skating rink Rolled the six hundred. Skater to right of them, Skater to left of them, Skater in front of them, Clattered and thunder'd; Boldly they rolled, and all, Rushed round the skating hall, Fearless of trip or fall Rolled tho six hundred. Flashed then so sudden there, Flashed high a skate in air, Causing such great dispair, Fell then pair after pair, Whilo onlookers wondered. Plunged down the skating floor Fell thero then more and more ; Neat maiden and masher Over'this struggling mass Came down such a 'crasher ; ' Then some went on, but n...

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Wesleyan Mission Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Wesleyan Mission Services. On Sunday last special mission services wore hold in the Macquarie-street Wesleyan Church. Tho Rev. Dr. Kelynack preached in the morn ing to a large congregation, and the Rov. M. H. Parkinson conducted the evening service, when there was again another large congrega tion. Collections were taken up on behalf of tho Foreign Missions Fund. On Monday evening a public meeting was held in tho old church, Macquarie-streot. It was well attended, and the Rev. M. II. Par kinson presided. In tho course of his remarks he referred to the unhappy state of affairs at Tonga, -where all adherents of the Wesleyan Church had been sorely persecuted by the fol lowers of the Free Church. The Wesleyans, tho foundors of Christianity in the South Pacific, now laboured under many difficulties from which tho Roman Catholic Church was exempt. JUany luithtul toltowers were living in exile in Fiji. A rounited Wesleyan Church in Tonga was a consummation devoutly to be wished. There was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

The attention of - pfchardists, Mnrserymen, and Market Gardeners, &c.,^ijs i:dire&t?$d to the 7 7 Which contains all the ingredients of flanjb Food ina form readily taken up, and is therefore the Best of Manures. Its advantages are : — Its excellent fertilising properties ; its convenience and cleanliness; for a manure heap is unnecessary ; its cheapness, because a ton 6f Poudrette is worth more than 5 Tor further Particulars, Price, &c, apply to the Secretary ? ' ? ? toils of any other manure. ' ? Y'' ? ''' ? ' ,.._....-,-.-, ? ,, ? -.- .—. ? .,„-.-. ? ~. ? ? ? ;;' ' ? IT. S. W. -Ptradretto & Ammonia Man^ ? O-Connell Street, Sydney. ? ? - ? '?-???'?? ??-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

THE OTBSRLANB ARGUE ?? ' - A]!n). ..???,-. FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS rUBLISHKD : ' EVERY SATURDAY MORNING AND ' DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF PAREAMATTA AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT. . ? -~~- , ? a. d. Subscription, per quarter, in advance 2 0 Do. booked .. ..2 3 Single copy .. .. . . ..0 2 Tekjis of Adtehtisino : s. d. Three lines . . .. ..10 Six lines . . . . . . . . 1 9 Oneinoh.. ...' .. ..2 6 Eauh additioiml inch. . . . . 2 6 Births, Marriages and Deaths (each) .... ..10 Special terms for adyertisements ordered by the quarter. Casual advertisements must bo propnid, ex cept in the case of firms or persons having running accounts irith us. Persons ordering advertisements on behalf of any club or society Trill be held personally re uponsible for the payment of same. Advertisements must Btatc 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 & ...

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Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

I Agricultural and Horticultural. [By Westmead.] The A 130 ofPkunixg. — Mr. Golf, of the New York Experiment Station writes as follows in tho ' American Agriculturist' : — Paint nil largo wounds to retard decay. Pruning shears are moro 'convenient thanthe knife or saw for pruning trees, shrubs, grapevines, etc. : Whoro two -branches rub together, cut ono off, usually the smaller. Novor cut off a branch, large or small, -without adefinite reason for doing so. '. Cut off all sprouts from the trunk and maiii branches, unless more largo branches are desired. Cut off all dead branches. They rob tho tree of moistuie, giving no return. They invite decay into the live wood, and the look of the tree will bo greatly improved by their removal. . If the extremities of tho branches have grown too dense, so that tho sun light is largely prevented from enter irig the centre of the troo, thin out by cutting off many small twigs from the outer ends of tho bronchos rather than by cutting off largo li...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

GORDON McKlWWOW, ARCHITECT AND BUILDING SURVEYOR, FULLER'S BUILDINGS, FARRAMATTA ROYAL ARCADE, SYDNEY. Plans, Specifications, and Correct Estimutoo. lor all descriptions of buildings. Motto : Economy, Strength, and Beautr. Ofiico Hours : 10 to i, and 0 to 7 in ovening. 'VTEW 'DAVIS SEWING MACHINES.— JL * Solo Agent for Parramatta and District. MURRAY BROS. 1)IANOS by Kap, Simon, Asherber, and-', other well known makers. MURRAY BROS.

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Sympathy with Mr. T. H. Rawlings. AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING: [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Sympathy with Mr. T. H. Raw lings- . AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING: A ryiiLin mooting to express sympathy with Mr.- T. II. Rawlings, financial agent, of For ramatta, in the penalty inflicted upon him by tho Supromo Court, Sydney, for, as alleged, getting inside the fenco surrounding the legal profession, was held in the Town Hall, Parra matta, on Wednesday evening. The attend ance wna very large, and tho meeting was chnrncetrised by a genuino wiirmth of feeling and sympathy. On tho motion of Mr. Hugh Taylor, M.P., Mr. G. Contes, sen., J.I- , was voted to the chair. . The chairman, in opening tlio meeting, said he was sure they could nil sympathise with their fellow townsman, Mr. Rawlings, in the trouble thnt had been hurled upon him. Mr. Rawlings had always been a friend to tho poor. His advice was always at their disposal, and he never charged a single farthing. rerscntilly Mr. Rawliugs was tho first man to whom lie should go for advice, for by taking his advice he never wont astray. He ...

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LIVERPOOL TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

LIVERPOOL TURF CLUB; The following nominations wero reooivod for the June meeting of tho abore club : — AViNTEE Handicap — 6 furlongs. The Robber Aberdeen Odd Stockings . . Melissa - Fairfiold ' ... -, Rosicrucian- ..-';?? Minto ? ? , .. Brokor; Euclid Lavina Eyry (late Osproy late Sontonco Bar Onb) : T '? 'Allio The Felon Jacko The Miner ' ; Masher ? Kensington . Richworth : SonieDay ? ?? -: :: ; ....... -????-??- Tuial Stakes. — GJ furlongs. The Robber . , , Charming Briar Rose Snare Oxenham --. Delegate Lady ' A'venal ? t ;.' ; * P.arty ' ;?' i .; t ?;? r ; ' Linnet' ? Rosicruoihri ' Payten ? Alarm Tempest.;.-. ? Arabi Boy ... .Lady. Gertrude, „ „ Itemembrunce Rex' ''''Moor '' Mercy .?''??' ??' . ?? Ettip ; ? Jettison ? „, , ? , ..-Ppo^ Dan Spycreigu ? Marvel'''* ' ',; ''. '. ' DisrosAE- SrAKisa;— 01- furlongs. Lady Avorial. (nil j ' ' Morriinnton (nil) Euclid (nil) ' ' . ; Pirate (£30) ;..'?? Mormon (nil) r Sentonco (£\o) Forester (£1,5) .. ' .... Tommy (T15) Dreamland (nil) . P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Undertakers. STATE AND REFORM FUNERALS conducted in the most respectable manner and at Moderate Charges. Lead, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shortest Notice. Wreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards a ? Speciality — printed as required. Church Street, Farramatta. A Startling but ti'ue Discovery. Furniture Warehouse. 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. Duinpy Stoves. The Henley Skates, 10s 6cl per pair. Our Pictures are really worth a visit. FOOTBALLS AND FOOTBALLS. See our 4 Jd 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 BROS. Furnishing Arcade, Vll U.X L»JUL O Ul CC h9 JL€4tl I CLIJLJLCb U UCtfe ....

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ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

' ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. Mr.. Rowley has -issued another attractive programme for Rosehill on Juno 22. It in cludes : Granvillo Stakes, a handicap of 100 bovs., GJ furlongs; Hurdle Roco, a handicap of 100 'sovs., '2 miles ; Hnhdionp Selling Race, of 100,.bovs., .7 furlongs'; Nursery Handicap of 100 sovs., 0. furlongs ; , and, Borough Handicap of 200 sovs. , 1 mile and a furlong. ? .'..

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Parrramatta Petty Sessions. MONDAY, JUNE 3. (Before Messrs. J. Smith and T. F. Mackenzie, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Parrramatta Petty Sessions. Moxdav, June 3. (Before Messrs. J. Smith and T. F. Mackenzie. Js.P.) John Savage was fined os or 24 hours for drunkonnoss and 20s or 14 days for using obscene langugo. Henry Goldstein, alias Eichard Dunn, charged with unlawfully altering a rail way ticket. Mr. Kempthorno on behalf of defendant, pleaded not guilty. Mr. J. E. Bowdon annoared for tho diosr cntion. Constable Irwan deposed to tho man being given into custody on a ehargo of altering a second-class railway ticket to a iirst-class railway ticket, and travelling in a first-class railway carri age with a dofaccd ticket. Edwin Cool, ticket inspector of tho Government Eailways, produced the by-laws in forco, bearing tho seal of the Commissioners, lvobert J-avis, chief ticket collector on the Government Eailways, stated that lio saw the prisoner on Saturday last at tho Jiosehill Eacecourso ; ono of the (icket collectors had detected him pass ing a ticket that hud beoii alterod ; the tickot was a Is 6d...

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