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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

f;eB & Deaths. jonder these headings t 24 words, 2/ each ? — ; £-' , %'th, at her parents' | Mary Gertrunorthe Fghter of ^hn And t? X year antffi months. |eiam. Remembrance of onr fard, who died 12th .02 years. — Inserted Htef and son-u^law, j^rer. Dead^Tut not ! X' f Family desire Ao jj their man& Jnnd Bthy, floral jnputes, In their reorot sad «HE Jfrsc Press. ^ OCTOBER 12, 1895.

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ryde Electorate. Mr. Terry's Picnic at Fern Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

jle BecMe. Mr. Terry's Picnic at Fern Bay. ' Unequalled in the annals of the colony,' wps the ununimonH verdict of the thousands who, at Mr. Terry's in vitation, assembled last Saturday to enjoy a trip round the harbour, and participate in the monster picnic at Fern Bay. If the English author — who. being entertained like a prince by his hospitable Australian hosts, declared life in the bush to be a perpetual picnic : - — had been present, his vocabulary , would have been exhausted in vain f. attempts at laudatory epigram; and b, even Mark Twain's btte noir, the would f . . be cynic, Max O'Bell, might for once have been betrayed into the expression of honest admiration, had he been there. The morning was bright and fine as our representative left the 8.46 train from Parramatta, and boarded the ? good-ship Al&thea. A goodly crowd of [ pleasure-seekers from Bydalmere were gathered on her upper deck, and, from their cheery voices and merry laughter, it was apparent that the day...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

?Mjl'i1. ' 'Tis not in mortals to o«rf^mand success. But we'll do better, Scmpronius — we'll deserve it.' Latest Novelties in High Art Jewellery. JH| A Large Stock of Spectacles ^ ^^e^asse!s mj^^w L MAXIMUM VALUE. jP|r MINIMUM COST. f^/ THE LEADING IB AND JEWELLER, ? Hall , Parramatta. [?]

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THE SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

THE SPEECHES. During the afternoon, some eloquent addresses were delivered for the delect ation of the more thoughtful. The ever present Mr. Thompson, — who acted as chair- ] man, first mounted the rostrum — which happened to be a cart — ; and in a few well-chosen words, j introduced the various speakers. He impressed on his audience the fact that this gathering was intended to be a social picnic, and not an electioneering meeting, and urged that politics should be avoided. The picnic, he said, was a most successful one ; everything had passed off well, and it was good to be there. In Mr. Terry, the poor man had a true friend ; and the speaker went on to instance one occasion in which our host had most generously assisted the destitute widow and children of a de ceased railway employee. Aldebuan J. G. North, of Byde, said that that day was a unique experience for the electors of Byde. He trusted that Mr. Terry might long be spared to do good, He had known that gentleman for a long t...

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Music at the Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Musio at the Bazaar. At the Bazaar at Baulkham Hills the music in the evening was a feature of the event. The following was -the pro gramme; — Pianoforte solo, Miss N. iPigott; ' ' The 'toilers,' Mr. M. Brown '(Parramatta); quartette, Mr. Bough ley, Mrs. Albert Brown, Messrs Albert and M. Brown ; solo, Mr. Fogson, ' Con sider the Lilies,' with organ accom paniment ; recitation, Mr. M. Brown ; solo, Mr. Pogson;' cornet quartette, followed by a comet solo (each, very enjoyable). The pleasant evening was brought to a close, -with . another quar tette by the lady and gentlemen above mentioned. . Cayenne, sprinkled in hot flannels, affords instant relief in . oases of severe Hot, iwels. applied foe face and neck; as a sure remedy for 'jumping tpothwaje.' : ; One Wjlespoopfyl^f lffiHsy 'to fakeif tiMSiS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

T. W. POLLOCK, DRAPER, MILLINER and CLOTHIER, Victoria House. Fuller's Buildings, Church Street. Is Now Showing .... . . . In Each Department SPRING GOODS Newest, Most Fashionable, and Best-selected Stock. Dress Department ; Large Bange of New Muslims. | Zephyrs in Plain, Stripes and Checks. ' GaJateas — Strong, Heavy, Good Value. | Prints and Sateens, Light and Dark. New Shades in Cambric for Blouses, Fast Colours, Newest Designs. Shirting Prints, Newest Colours and Stripes. Pongees, Llamas, and DelainettB in a large variety of Pretty Designs. Fancy Costume Tweeds. Silk and Wool Mixed Tweeds. Fanoy Spring Coatings. . Wool Beiges, Crepons. / 'f/ / Black Grenadine. ^ c/ / 7 Black and Coloured Cashmeres. / ' Nun's Veiling, etc., etc. : Hatierdashery Department- ! This Department is now well assorted with all ? Plain Haberdashery. Also Novelties in Bead Trimmings. Fancy Buttons. Combs. Brushes. Perfumery. Soaps. Belt Buckles. Purses. Baskets, etc., etc. Millinery Millinery Ladies' Fash...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

isi#ft.#ention. A good deal (^aqraaiaoe is caused to per sons doing bnBin&ii w fill f^iramatte Court, through the bjfit^nf^pnew . some ol the habitu6s iherf^S 5 '' ? ? Btratige to say, It is only when a strong man is on the Bench that the vulgarity of tne ill matter^ folkj&pee nottolFlrude itself. Thantagftlrg' .services1 at Parramatta cnurcnes on 0110011; uu»t. The news of the arrest of Dean, Crick, and Meagher — posted earl; in the afternoon, fit the Free Press Office —created a great stir in Paramatta, on Saturday. For all manner of -repjiirs to watches, clocks, and jewellery, go to GrE.'RicHAiiDsoN, removed to a few doors from Marsden's.' William Barry, an old resident of Ryde, who complained at the local Police Court on 24th ultimo of being assaulted by a man named Jones, Jlied suddenly on 27th. The decease created some sensation, as there was a not unnatural temptation to associate the two events ; but a post mortem examination re vealed that death had resulted...

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Eight-Hour Day. AT ROSEHILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

? ,s,- Eight-Hour Day. ,# AT ROSEHILL. . '% Parramatta most reUdoaaly obsemd Eight* Hour Day, on Monday last ; and the nomber ol her residents who did not go to RoaehlU . would acarcelj be enous^i to people a fair* sized village. The only difference between moet Parramatta folk on Uondaj morning /as It unHuwd (a tiin ctrMLibollir) kf In ? the tenae of the verb. Gone — going— thai], or will go— being about to go — sad ao on ; the.ichaagea were rung. Nobody who war, anybody was to be found about. The few comer-lounsen talked ' Boe^iill,' and seemed ready for an exodus oo the least proro- 1 cation; vehicles ever| and anon dashed into the half-deserted town, and picking op yet one more resident dashed off towards the east At the same time, however, visitors from the metropolis of a quieter tarn than the average eIgnt*hours worker were being poored out of train and tram, and weot oat pic-nick* ing in the Parramatta Park, where mild . revel was held under and about the vertlure clad oaks ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

rjlEA DRINKERS! rjlEA DRINKERS! fJIEA DRINKERS !! EGONOBUSE. ECONOMISE- ECONOMISE. IT IS 'AN ADMITTED FACT THAT , 2 E'S T 2 E'S T At 1/- Per Pound. Is Equal to any Tea in the Market at Is 9d. (lib. & 121b. Tins. Satisfaction Guaranteed, or Coab retained. 13* TRY IT. TRY IT. TBY IT. J. TOOHEY, PRODUCE MERCHANT, Comer CHURCH it PHILLIP STS., PARRAMATTA. , . . All Prodaoe at Lowest Maxket Rates.

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Rosehill Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Rosehili Bowling Ciub. The meeting of the Bosehill Bowling Club was held it the Club House on Saturday ftHafnyng. ^ i , ) ' The President (Mr, ,F. ,0. Cox) ocoupied tbe chair, and (in the absence of Mr. Finlayson) Mr. ZonJcs (^datedas, secretary. , Amongst safe members present were Messrs. €. J. Byz&gftmiET WtahiJiB.* Ellison, A. Johnstone, Veen., W. B. Salter, W. Burkitt, like Acting secretary read the annual report, ?of wttotuthe ^following .is ta summary The roll.fafi.eumberphlp .still kept up ; .but the n umber .iof . .active and .{flaying - members been tomewbat reduoed.and owing to this the club had been suable '4o lake a proper part in intercolonial , matchbi.'^ - Notwithstanding, thB season had^ proved -oxie- tofitfier most (enjoyable ever experieooeA. , Of the tinteralnb matches1 contested, two had been won and one lost. 'In the Pennant. match with IJewtown, the dab had been defeated by four points only.. The matches on the ground ; throughout the season had proroda...

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F. Weston's Mining Experiences. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

F. West&A'sj Mining V Experiences. The following is tbe text of a private letter from Lieut. Weston, of Yirilla (aod to which letter we made reference last week) : — ' Yirilla, ' September 17th, KJ5. Dear ? ? Got both of yours yesterday and they simply heaped coals of fire on my head : however. I will try and make amends and give you cdl the information in my power, which, of course,*«AMi mustn't place implicit confidenoefin, te'Tftost cf what I give you is simply my candid oWnioQ. I will first proceed to answer your questions (I) Value of leases — Nob. 9 and 10 have been bo far proved that two shafts {70ft. and 40ft.) respectively, have been sunk, shewing that the reef goes down and carries gold all tbe way. Tbe reef is small, averaging about 15 ins., but carries good (but v&thiilg likeien*' sational) gold. My estimate of these blocks is about £5,000 for the two. With regard to Queen I can give no definite idea. The specimens in .Coolgardie are immensely rich, ditto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

T. H. WEBB, Auctioneer, Valuator, House, Estate, and I Financial Aoekt. Office jryWIRCR ST., PARRAMATTA. / r Lennox Bridge. * Business^ business Premises, Renounces, Land, Orchards, Poultry Farms, &c/to'Tiet or for Sale in all parts of Parramatta and Central Cumberland. Rents oollected. E statesman aged. Life and Fire Insurances effected. Boots i Boots i i Boots i i THE CELEB11A.TED ] soots ?-K' k SHOES EASE AND COMFORT. J-Z//7 — /// / WEAR UNEQUALLED./ * ONE TRIAL WILL PROVE THE FACT. A LARGE ASSORTMENT at LOWEST PRICES, of Children's, Ladies', and specially Gentlemen's Goods, of tbe Best Continental Makers, always kept at H. K. BARRY'S, On-. POST OFFICE, PARRAMATTA. Wanted, To Let, See. BOARDyorfd RESIDENCE, two vtuafheies. Mi^SKiES1, Church-st. *autby J*hree minutes yon Harris Park Station. / DTsCQKWUfaG the Men's Mfer ceafaud CttthMrt&artments. WondaWTBar gains at GQAINGS, opp. Courthou^, Fmtta. FOR BALE-— Prime Early Rose dBrpwncll Seed^gtatoes, York Hero Sseff ...

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BANKSTOWN. A Simple Explanation. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

BANKST0WN. A Simple Explanation. When the Bunkstown Public School was built some 17 years ago, a portion of the northern end of the building began to subside so rapidly that large cracks were formed in the walls, and the buttresses put up for their support, leaned away and curled themselves up as if determined to have nothing to do with the matter. It was decided forth with to pull down and rebuild this part of the school, and this was done on so solid a foundation of concrete, that, until quite reoently, no symptoms of further subsidence have developed since the rebuilding 12 years ago. The other day, however, our representative was shown certain ominous cracks which had just appeared in the walls once more. He was endeavouring to formu late some theory as to the shrinkage of underlying soil on account of the dry ness, when the matter was made quite plain to him by the recapitulation of an experienced builder's opinion on the subject. That gentleman had been in vited to inspect the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Good Land and Good Manure mean Good Crops and Good Bank Balances. So use ' - - G^E'S - - / Complete Fertilizers & Natural /Manures. / THEY ARE THE /BEST. / Supplied in 1 cwt. or 2 cwt. bagC and full value allowed on return of empty ba^s.y^N'rite for Price, Pamphlet, &C., to ^ The SydnevMeat Preserving Company Works^Rdokwood, L/ .or Thorpe & Co.. Pa-ramatta, Brokers to the Company. Thorpe's Patent Dog Biscuits and Poultry Food, to be had from Storekeepers. Try them ! |) i: I L I C NOTICE.' THE BUSINESS A Latfe Jordan Sparks, UNDERTAKER, WILL BE CARRIED ON AS FORMERLY BY HIS WIDOW, UNDER EXPERI ENCED MANAGEMENT. Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. Mrs. Jordan Sparks. William Harris, WHEELWRIGHT & BLACKSMITH, /z/4^ *Tx Begs to ipform his Customers thqjr he has re moved to the premises lately oceupied by W. Bewick. CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA. All work done Cheaply FOR CASH. Hones Shod, 4s per Set. fJIHE PEOPLE'S CASH STORE. X£/J' T' Nolan'/£- i L v...

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ROOKWOOD. Council Meeting. BUSINESS TALKED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

R00KW00D. Council Meeting. BUSINESS TALKED OUT. The fortnightly meeting of the Rookwood Council was held on Wednesday evening. Present: The Mayor (Mr. R. 81ee), and Aldermen Gormley, Andrews, Lidbury, Farrcll, Corbett. Garthwaite, and Groves. Incomino Correspondence Letter from A. Larcombe, re rates on wood shed and stone yard.-r-Received; and referred to the Finance Committee. Letter from Gilliver and Curtis, re East street.— Received, and referred to Works Com mittee. Letter from Board of Water Supply, re proposal by Mr. Andrews, and others, through the Council, to extend water-mains in various streets. Tbe work could not be done unless the deficiency of £(i IBs 4d were guaranteed by three persons. -Received ; copy of letter to be sent to Mr. Andrews. Letter from London G. and A. Co., con tending that the Council had failed to make its claim re Hoctor defalcations within three months after notice, and the Company could not acknowledge its liability.— Received ; and laid on the tab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

STEAM LAUNCH 'FATRV' The Well-Known Steam Launch ' FAIRY ' will be JLtHi1 at QUEEN'S WHABF, GEOME ST., PABBUUTT*r By Ordstfri the Trustees' in JaiSe late // E. J. MAHEE. THIBAay (SATDEDAY), at/a o'alook. ^ Term's at Bale. H. MOBBS, AUCTIONEER,. i :

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GRANVILLE ELECTORATE. GRANVILLE. Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

GRANVILLE! ELECTORATE. GRANVILLE. Primitive Methodist Church. Tho Annual celebration of the Granville Primitive Methodist Church took place on Sunday and Monday last. On the former day special sermons of an appropriate character were preached ^by the Rev. S. Harrison (minister of the Church) ; and in the afternoon a service of song, entitled 44 Phil Kyle,' was admirably rendered by tho choir, under the conductorship of Mr. North. The church, which had been embellished with floral decorations, etc., was well filled on each occasion. On Monday evening tbe annual tea and public meeting was held, and was attended by most of the members of the Church, together with other townsfolk and visiting friends from Auburn, Parramatta, etc. The tables were richly set out with choice edibles, and were supervised by a committee of ladies, amongst whom were : Mesdames Court, Beaumont, Hunt, Hill, Harrison, Barber, Bowden, Ackroyd, Archer, an'1 Miss E. Leggott. At the after-meeting every seat in the c...

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KELLYVILE. The Late Mr. S. Redden. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

W 1 1 iTi*Rr The Late Mr. S. Redden. The late Mr. Simon Redden, whose death we briefly noticed in our last issue, wan one of the best known agriculturists of Central Cumber land. For nearly 40 years he had resided in tbe district now known as Kellyville ; and previously had hpent 17 years of hie young manhood with his parents in Prospect. In 1840, his lather and mother with their two children — of which the lately deceased gentle man was the elder — left the troublous difficult life in Ireland, and emigrated to Australia. They made their home at Prospect (as before noted) ; but on reaching manhood's estate, Simon Redden leased certain property in the ^ Baulkham Hills district, and eventually his parent* and their other children also migrated to that loeality. For over 25 years he con tinued as a lessee ; but some 10 years ago ho opportunity of hcqu'ring the freehold wo* afforded, and he accordingly purchased the homestead (of BO acres) which he had so long occupied. He subsequently ...

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