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Death of Mr. J. R. Linsley, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Death of Mr. J. R. Linsley, M.P. Coxsideraule surpi'iso was expressed in various portions of tho electorate when the news became known on Tuesday last that Mr. John Richard Linsloy, ono of the members for Central Cumberland in the Parliament of Now South Wales, had breathed his last. During the last gonoral election, Mr. Linsley ventured from compnrativo obscurity as a rotinng resi dent of tho district and offered himself in the Freotrado interest to tho electors of Central Cumberland. By this means ho becamo widely known in the county, nearly every portion of which he visited. His return, in conjunction with the other members of the Freetrado bunch, is now a matter of history. During his canvass of the electorate, tho im pression that Mr. Linsley gavo was that he was a man of plucky determination and per sistency, bent on doing to tho best of his ability to whatever ho turned his hand. Some surpi'iso wui therefore occasioned by his con tinued absence from the House ; but, as was no...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Parramatta River Nuisance. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

The Parramatta River Nuisance ; Me. ii. Taylok, M.P., has handed us the following for publication : — '? Hahuouhs Xbv Eiyeus Bkakch, Syu key, May 23, 1889... . . Minute Paveb.'' . ? : , - Subject :—i?e.-.,iinsanitary stato.'^pf the river bed at Parramatta.- ? . The Engineer in -Chief for Harbours and Eivers to the Under Secretary . for Public Works. , ' On tho second instant I visited Par ramatta' -with Mr. Bennett and inspected the-state of, the river bed complained of by thothembers for tho district as being in an' offensive condition through. ;tho depositing of sewerage matter [? over its surface ' Several attempts JiavoDeon made to improve it from time to tinipi ,. Originally tlie river bod for adistanco of some 040 yards boloW Lennox Bridge was' a flat rocky surface, dry at low water, -the sewerage matter. passing over the surface of this rock: bod in various directions for want of a coi fined channel, was found to bo creating a nuisance. , So some 12. years ago a channel 12 fe...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Parramatta Rowing;* Club. ' . ? A'!GEjrERA.L meetingof the members of .the'ParTam^tta'.Epwirig _! .Gluii, was-' Held.'in the Sphobljpf Arts,; Parramatta, ;onTuesdty evening, to consider the club's, ?position^ after the* damage by the recent; storm^'tpjtli'e^stted'tod boats. '' Mr.yicd-. president;,', ! Jptn '?T.piyloip .presided^, and PresidentiQ,iB.;Cairnes,and Vicepresij dent -T; ;W. iPollOck- were amongst the, goodnumbefpresent. ,! ? '??'?' '' ' :~'' r', ; Mr. ''Hi-; Davey,' the secretary/ ^'ex- plained that the ' liabilities of il io.' club .amounted to £(B0, andtliat. there wpre,65 ' memberSi :Their assets; were valued' at £200.-.; .---:::^i' - ?'???';???';?}';-/-;;; '? Mr: Gairnes moved,— ' That it' is de| sirable'to, biiild a new 'shed.'', Tlio ,'she4 ,^Y,a'S 'very little use iii its present state; in; 'fact, to . render: it safe it should be be taken down. and re-built. ; ?'? :?????:'??? ? ?. Seconded by Mr. A., AVickhain. 'He said'the shed^'as not largo enPugh^and .^':Iair'...

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Sports and Games. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Sports and Games. FOOTBALL. Tho Double Bays, the doughty warriors who put. .the Nomads down in the junior cup matches last year, visited the Back Domain on Saturday witli tho fullest determination of doing likewise to the Parrmnattas in the Senior Badge contest.; The (itrugglo was a fierce one, but, tho Parramattas came out on top, scoring ( points to their opponents nil. The game was exceedingly' fast,' notwithstanding the very heavy and slippery state of tho ground. The teams wero very evenly matched as regards weight. The Bays kicked off and for a time some open play' was indulged in. But the state of the ground soon stoped this and close, scrummages were the order of the day. After some of this-wearisome play, 'one 'of the Bays lifted tho ball out of some close play. It was caught and neatly marked by L. Wickham, who was playing just outside tlio pack. He took tho kick and went very close to a goal. Shortly after the kick off ? the Parramattas worked ,'tho:; ball, to, .the same ...

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Granville Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Granville Borough Council. Tho usual fortnightly meeting of the above Couucil'-waa held on Wednesday evening lust. Present : His AVorship the Mayor, Alderman C. TJmvin (in the : chair) Aldermen Forsytli, Ross, Ritchie, Kay, Goff, Leggbt. The minutes of the previous meeting were read nxd confimecl. ; . : ' ? ?.-..??? ? y . -? ? .-? ????:.. The Finance Committee's report, recommend ing the. payment of accounts and salaries amounting hi all to £100 9s id. The Com mittee also reeoraonded-.that, in consideration of the arduous duties performed bythe Council Clerk, and' the efficient mariner in which the duties wore carried out by that officer, that an increase of 5s per week be made in his salary. — Tho report was received.; The Works .Committee report was read. It was recommended: that the Overseer of Works submit an estiiuato of the prqbnble cost of utilising , .the reserve, in William-street for. batlis.—!Rcceivcdv ?.:?:? ??:? '.' . . !From ,W. Hj:,.-]Hfiiidjpr,. enclosing copy, of re...

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A Granville Libel Action. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

A G-ranville Libel Action. Ix tho Jury Court, Sydney, on Tues day, before the Chief Justice and a jury of four, Mr. G. H. Eeid (instructed by Messrs. Stephen Jaques and Stephen) appeared for the plaintiff, William Thaclcery ; Mr. Pring, with Mr. O'Con nor (instructed by Messrs. Cope and King) appeared for. tho defendant, Andrew Armstrong, in this action to recover £500 damages for libol'. The declaration set forth that the plaintiff sued the defendant under tho following circumstances : — The plaintiff was Inspector of Works 'for the munici pal conucil of Granvillo. and the de fendant had contracted with the council for the construction by him' of a bridge in Blaxcell-streot, and whilst the defendant was carrying: out the contract it was ; the duty ? of tho plaintiff to superintend tho work and see that it was being well and faithfully performed in accordance with the con tract, and the defendant, falsely and maliciously published certain statements about tho iucompetency of- the pl...

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Dundas Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Dundas Borough Council. ? . ] The ? first, regular meeting of tide Council was held on Wednesday aftdr ??? noon. : Present: The Mayor (Mr. James . Fulford)and Aldermen Spiirwayj Pranks, . Grime, Soater, Eyan; Midson, Eyles, and Adainson.. .;.'. : : ? ' A letter was read from the Board of . Health, Sydney, directing; attention to the fact that the administration of the Dairies Supervision Act devolved upon the Council, and forwarding certain . ; forms...;, ... '.'?..' . ' . . . . Mr. E. Atkins, j uii . , addressed a letter to the Mayor, requesting him to cajl a public meeting to agitate the construc tion of a railway through the. district. The Mayor said he thought it was incumbent iipon the agitators to act upon their own responsibility. Alderman Eynn, as a inerobor of the Works Committee, reported that ho had put a man on to clear tlie-Dundas Eoad. Alderman Sonter ; reported putting three men on on the Kissing Point .Eoad. . : : ' Alderman Franks reported . putting one man on : for...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Mr. Rawlings' Case. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Mr. Rawlings' Case. TO THE EDITOR OFTHE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. Sir, — It is somewhat painful to review the circumstances which have resulted in' tlie unjust imposition, placed upon our esteemed townsman, Mr. T. H. Rawlings. I cannot discover by report, by rumour, by the evidence given in his case, or Dy legal aiu/normus, wuuiu 110 has failed, legally or morally, either in honesty of purpose and intention, or in justice to the State or the general pub lic. Is it for the advancement of legal etiquette that he has been made to suffer? Oh, sir! 'Save us from our friends ! ' Do we not know the harvest was ripe long since and ready for the legal sickle for cutting out the tares in the professional law circle. The Law Society did not prosecute the case against Mi'. Kawlinga; they apparently did not recognise Ms onendmg, aud are we to inter irom tne decision in Mr, E's. case that men who possess public confidence and are en dowed with legal'attainments and spec ial gifts should be precluded from...

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

Masonic On Tuesday night, Lodge . Parra matta, No. 64, donned their war paint for the purpose of witnessing the ceremony of tho installation of . their AVorshipful Master elect (Bro. J. AVpr rall) and the investiture of the officers to keep him to rule the Lodge. ' There were aDout uu preturen present, lncuui ing visitors from the various metropoli tan and suburban lodges. AVor. Bro. J. G.Pumb,;P.G.S.AV., performed the beautiful ceremony of installation in a. most impressive . manner. The AV.M. then invested- his officers as follows: I.P.M., AVor. Bro. J.Muir. S. AVarden, Bro. T. C. Smith; J.AV., Bro. O. AV. Hanby ; treasurer, Bro. 8. AVnlli-Bv: sRcretarv. Bro. G. E. H. Black : S. deacon, Bro. William Metcalfo ; J. deacon,Bro. Smith Holmes ; I.G., Bro. Jas. Adams ; tylor, Bro. Ellis E. Hines. This coremony beiug finished the mem bers of the lodge, together with the numerous vistiors, adjourned from labour to refreshment, consequently adjourning from the Town Hall, where the ceremony...

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He Did His Duty. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

He Did His Duty. Within yon stately mansions, in peaceful slumber rests Tho wealth and power, the honoured of our land. No thought of death or danger comes within their breasts ; No thought that Cain's own son lurks near at hand. Peaceful and calm they sleep, While angels watch to weep. One man hia watch doth keep, And does his duty. Slowly, with measured tread he wends his lonely way Along the silent path whero duty calls — Duty that bids him guard, till dawn of day, Thoso stately mansions, humble homes and halls. Fearless, undaunted, true, His course ho doth pursue, No comrades within view, He does his duty. His watchful eyo through darkness keenly peers, His ear alert to catch tho. faintest sound ; His watchfulness is not in vain, for,' lo ! he hears . A humbler guardian's warning note— the faithful hound. : No faltering backward turn; Within his breast doth burn Honour, or death to earn, Doing his duty. Driven from his lair the lawless ruffian cornel To murder in cold blood his ...

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Parramatta School of Arts. THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

Parramatta School of- Arts. '??? ?'.?'?? ' '?; 'THE'EXHIBITIONv : ?;:; . JA '.-; special, /meeting of the committee ! of the ?Parramatta- -School's pf Arts1 was held'dii Friday evening.-'The President^ Mr. E! ?H!.:De;L&\r,Vpr'esiftSd,'iand1;,ilyBte were also presBnt.Messrs^T. Quirk, ,H. M.; Todhunter, A. C. AVillis,.J..Aiundeli ' J. G. Fyall,;!'W; E-.- Murray, W. G. Bladon-and E. \S; Eich'ardson. ' ' J ' ; ? ... Tenders , were received from the Epse hilij ? Cumberland ? and ; Granville bands to1 play at the exhibition and ; were de ferred for : one , week, , pe.ndibg 'further [enquiries.:' ,.'''',,';. ;':/,.,,^.,.';; Xi.': '?.. ''?. ??'.? In connection _ with the schopl singT ing , competition, it vjns'. reported., that the entry . from the' Parramatta North ^Public 'School was receivedtoo late to be entitled to ' competiti6h,';aridat Mr. Spier's' request was placed among 'the nonrcpmpetitiv.e schools..; !';;':.', -' ', ;'. .' The Amusement Conimitte'e.wei'e in structed ^^to...

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CHAPTER XLVI. DOWNHILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

-;': ;;::/; chapter ^lyt: ' ; ,:;, ' ' ?: -?-*? ????' ; DOWMIILti ;:?;': ?''?' ::' After 'that''. diiinbleavri^taking of Madge at! tlie! station;, .PhilipV. .retvirriod toriiis chambers, passing;, through the human' -torrent^of ? Choapside ? without an^ sense, of; sound,/: touch or feeling. The' room in Which she had. 'so; lately stbod^i looked, ;des61ate somehow- ; and tmt- slirvii trit-i^ -rtrn a 1iTr£\ on ill _1»QtVl£»m n(M* led dream.i'' Only1 the' plaintive : voice witlrtiie' faint 'Good-bye' haunted his ear's. Tlio sound '3y'as . still '. 'in.', thorn mbvo, wlierq. ho. would.. ;., -??? ?:??-??? . Ho tried-to- shake off ?! the' stupor which had 'fastened upon:.him as the .natural' result. '.of narcotips, overstrain ed -nerves, and: want'. of. r sleep;' One clear, idea .remainod to him : so- far as ?Madge -was coucerncd^'he had:acted as i man ought to; abt ! in. his circumstances. Dick' Orawshay. would' speedily satisfy lie'r on., ;that;.' score., , .There , was. a tinge of bitt...

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Righted at Last. CHAPTER XLI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

[?] [?] '????? ??' 'Like' enough,' .'like ?bnou'gh',' ,ho . , ^ont?oh'irnfal3ly,,;altljq;iig^ . tlio, dame . ' ' ' ' '' luid now 'grasped his arni, arid Svas on c c ; denvouring -to stop -him.V J,Away: early. and back late — that's/tho shortest cut ? '-into a- rifoss'-Iknowi'^.^Whero' have .... . sy0U -boOU;?' . . I'','!.-'? '?{ (-:?' ''A'~''V ?: ?'?,-?.- It was evident .?thaty-tho unopened '' .' letter of tho, Smi]fl}fleld-;.isocrotary liacl1 ' 'Inss'tn fTn'wit.Ti'liiR 'ill-lllimolU' than, he was trying «. to : malce;7 believe, t The s : ? question i with * iwhich. ?? lie closed his grumble ?'suggested -the -.real cause : of ''''vexation-.' ' _;, ..'!'.';:i,'j ri i ,':.'.', .''' ' *' ' ? -'..V? ? ?.-?? .-? .Quiet- thyselfj-'Diokj!. his wifo'dnter ' posed;' ''Madge is iiot well to-night;,; and it makes. , her worse to find th'oo angry.'';'. ,' ' . W ???'?'??'? 'Could a man holp being angry ?'-h said,, becoming more angry boeause^of : his ' attention ; being' called, to,. the fact. -...

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

, J. PAUL, pENEEAL CARRIER, Etc. Vans for Hire by the Day ov Hour. .?Furniture Romoved with Cnro. MACQUARIE-STREET, PARRAirATTA WE WOLLER, ^ BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR DENNISON-STREET PAR RAM ATT A. Estimates -given for -till .kinds of repairs ~W. H. B0WENY FRUI I'ERER AND CONFECTIONER. Church-street, near Railway Bridge rnHE Choicest Fruits of tho Season Ice, X Icord creams, and Summer Drinks . Orders punctually attCDdod to. AV. H.BOWEN. GORDON McKINNON, ARCHITECT AND BUILDING SURVEYOR, FULLER'S BUILDINGS, PARRAMATTA AND ROYAL ARCADE, SYDNEY/ Plnus, Specifications, and Correct Estimates for nil descriptions of buildings. Motto : Economy, Strength, and Beauty. Olliue Hours : 10 to 4, and C to 7 iu evening-. /..'??? ;,jv',.;\: - General Grocer, ; .;, ,.? -V4:W* V.*A- '??? »9$ilL**i3h9 JTd-i 1 d/l&id/iibdia TEA.— A choice selection of' Pure INDIAW ' and' ; China Teas in boxes and .- half -chests. : 5 . ' ' *' COCOAS— Finest ;pure soluble— Cadbury's, Fry's Schweitzer's, -Epps', and...

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The Fruit Diseases Bill. MEETING OF THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 June 1889

, The Prmt Diseases Bill. ; ' MEETING OF THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE. i '? The Committeo appointed by ; the recent EruifgrowerB1 Conference to draft a bill1 to legislate upon fruit Xoests and diseases, met at the Assembly Hall, Parramatta,' on Saturday morning.; Mr. George Lovell- ; was voted to the chair, and there'1 ':were also present Messrs. W. Stimson, J. Tamsett, A{ W-. Stephen, the secretary (E. AVliitaker), andlater on-E.'A.Eitchie, M.P. ? 1 i An apology was received for .the ab sence of Mr. J. D. Lankaster, of Albiiry, vrhb stated that he was too'ill to attend/ He 'trusted that the work of stampipg^ out the phylloxera would be proceeded, .Wifcli-mnp.Vlv-: ? ; : ? / - -: : ' ' 1 ' '? .'-???' The Hon. P.:G. King, M.KC, .ac knowledged receipt of the draft bill, and stated that' he obje'ctecl to .'some of th e olauses. , He. objected. especially, to the . clause which provided for the destruc - tion- of vines within a hundred yards of vines ;attacked by phylloxera, and to ? the gr...

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Election Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Election Mems. In view of the split in the Freetraders, Mr. T. W. Taylor has resolved to i-ros- ecute with vigour his candidature. He commenced his campaign on Wednes day and addressed positively enthusias tic meetings at Prospect Camp and Smithfield. All along the Southern portion of the constituency, he will poll' largely. For years Mr. Taylor has worked very hard for tho peojde down that way. He has also received flatter ing letters from prominent j^ublic men, who, however, regret that they consider tho Association pledged to Mr. Dale. To-night he speaks at Liverpool. His address, appears elsewhere. Mr. 3?itz A. Boyd has valiently retired in order that the Cause may not suffer through the splitting of the votes. ? He announces his intention to come out on a future occasion, and expresses a wish, which will be echoed far and wide, that the field will be an open one— free and fair to all. The Protectionists were to have met last night. It was stated that Mr. Harry Eichardson intend...

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Current News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Current News. The Rev. John Douo has been appointed Church of England Chaplain to tho Hospital for tho Insane at Parrumatta, vico tlio Rov. J. R. Blomfield, deceased. In the Assembly on Friday, Mr. Farnell said that some time ago u deputation waited on tho Minister of Justico to bring under notieo the dilapidated condition of the courthouse at Liverpool, and tho Minister had promised to take the matter into consideration, but nothing had yet been dono. Mr. Gould, in reply, said ho had culled for reports in tho matter. Tho Rov. Thomas O'Reilly has been appoin ted Roman Catholic Chaplain to tho Hospital for the Insane, at Parramatta, vico tho Ven erable Monsignor Rigney, resigned. Fifty eases of Australian fruit were sold by auction in Paris on June 6 and realised 3s. per case. Australian 'fruit is being sold in the London shops at 4d. per lb. Eight experts in the French wine trade consider that Australian wines havo greatly improved since tho exhibits of tho Paris Exhibition of 1878....

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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Local Topics. Why should not His Excollency the Governor ho moved, of his freo grace, to romit tho sua pension inflicted on Harry Lovien and the fine raposed upon Tom Rawlinga r Or, aro thoso who havo encroached upon tlio preserves - f tho Legal Profession to bo regarded us outside tho palo within which Precedent permits guberna torial clemency to do its gen tlo spiriting? It strikes us that wero ho to extend the preroga tivo of mercy to the above named perfectly innocent offenders, Lord Carrington would per form tho most popular act of his 'reign.' Wo noto that on the 2nd prox. Mr. Howo, ono of tho members for Redfcrn, means to move in the Assembly — ''(I.) That a select committee be appointed, 171111 power to send for persons and papers, to inquire into aud re port upon the removal of Mrs. Cunynghamo from the position of Superintendent of the Macquarie-street Asylum for Infirm and Desti tute. (2.) That such committee consist of Mr. Cass, Mr. Frauk Furnell, Mr. Edmunds, Mr. Gralmme...

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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 15 THE CENTRAL CUMBERLAND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

THE AND JUiUITOJiOWSJiS1 ADVOCATE. SATUBDAY, JUNE 15. THE CENTRAL CUMBERLAND ELECTION. Were not the position of political parties in the Legislative Assembly what it is at tho present juncture^ when the balance almost lies at a level be twixt rrcotradors and Protectionists, a ' spin ' for tlio vacant seat in the re with none but professing Freetraders as candidates, would afford scope for much interesting and amusing speculation. As tilings are, however, every con scientious Freetrader must view with alarm tho prospect that exists of a Protectionist being roturnod to fill the vacancy caused by tho lamented death of Mr Linst.ey, and nil becauso of a lack of discipline and esprit de corps in their own ranks. Should a Protection ist win in, and if on the day of decision there is still a 'split' in the Frootrnde ranks, tho odds will bo in favour of a Protectionist being returned, the party of penal iiestriction will have succeeded in wresting an important advanced post (as it woro) from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

CUMBERLAND BUILDING LAND 'AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. LIMITED. CAPITAL, £100,000. Paul up capital, £20,000 Uncalled capital, £10,000; Rcvcrve fund £2000. Money received on Fixed Deposit at the fol lowiusr Rates : — For 12 months, 7 per cent per annum. 6 months, G per cent, per annum, And 5 per cent., (it call. Savings Bank Branch. — Deposits of Onu Shilling and upwards received, and six (6) per cent, interest allowed on the Monthly Bnlnnec, and no notice required for withdrawals. JNO. JAS. MILLER, Manager. Office— Musonic Hull Buildings, George-street rpiit; AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK X BANK. PABRAMATTA BRANCH. : Piiid up Capit.il . . , . £,500,000 With power to increase to £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .. £310,000 Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at curren rates Bills discounted and advances made- on ap proved security. Drafts issued on all the principal cities in th° ?vorid. H. M. TODHUNTER, Manager.

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