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

^ ? V t^|r ? - | IH8UBE YOUR t\ Take advantage of the Netr L\.^ :'r LIVERPOOL AND LOi ?? THE GREAT FIBE & LIFE INSURANCE COMl! « ?* ' Under which only Half the Amount of Ordinary Premiums, the First l*'ive Years, whilHt full amount of policy wi ' after payment of the first annual premium. , v'^^B EXAMPLE: ; -,|H Ape not exceeding 20 . . £0 17 11 per annum ^A^e not exwed These Terms are the MOST REASONABLE yi:l submitted V Total Assets to lHfll Totul Claims paid Total Net Claims paid in Australasia Total Annual Income ^ Hern) Otlice for Australasia, «2 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. (3W important centrcs throughout the Colonics, and great EarqK. any of which Premiums may be made payable, or claims in ti^fc Applications Invited for City, Suburban, and Cou '/llfjsH M. W. S. CLAll :|S THE BEST ALL-ROUND F-J Jg ORPINGTONS! 1 Frizes Won by my Birds :j *J|^B NEWC^STI.E-Firrt and Special for B»t Orpington NEWCASTLE— Firtj SYDNEY-Firt-t and Challenge Champion Trophv. SYDNEY^ThW C\ MELBOURNE— F...

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THORNLEIGH. Thornleigh v. Peat's Ferry. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

THORNLEIGH. Thornleigh v. Peat's Ferry. An all-day match was played at Thornleigh on Eight-hour Day (October 7). Luncheon for the visitors was provided at Duffy's hotel. The scores were as follows Thornleigh. q 1st innings. 2nd innings. A. Dufly . . . . 0 ? 12 W.H.Duffy .. 5 ? 1 W. Giblett . . 7 ? l 4. Hall .. ..4 ? 0 Nicholas Duffy ..11 ?? ..0 Oliver Osbora .. 12 not out .. ..34 Patrick Duffy ..11 ?? ?? ® O. Thorpe (n't o't) 24 ? 11 Peter Duffy ..7 ? a W. Morris . . 1 Lawrence Duffy ..1 Walter Duffy ..0 ? 11 Sundries . . -» Sundries . . R Total .. 80 Total .. *1 I'eat'h Fkb«\. 1st innings. 2nd inning*. T. Foster. . . . «- McKenzie .. 0 not out .. ..29 Blundell . . 1 J. Lloyd .... 0 Richardson . . 40 W.Cole .. .. 18 6. Cole .. 1 not out .. .. J. Foster . . . . 6 vTiIioja' .. 2 ? 3 Absolam .. 6 J. Lloyd . . - . 0 a . ? A Sundries .. 19 Sundries .. 4 Total . . 94 1 for . . 49 On 6aturday afternoon, 7th inst., the ladnof Thornleigh met the Meteors (of Parramatta) in a cricket match. Th...

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Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Borough Council. The Auburn Council met on Monday. Present : The Mayor (Aid. Taylor), and Aldermen Small, Baker, Roper, Myers, Lightfoot, Ritchie, and Dyer. The minutes of the last meeting were con firmed. Correspondence. ; From L. T. Roper (alderman), thanking | Council for kind expression of condolence sent | to himself and Mrs. Roper. — Received. i From G. J. Bailey, offering a block of land, I corner of Auburn road and Beatrice ? street (for a i Town Hall) for £450.— Referred to Town Hall j Committee. | From W. H. Ranger, protesting against the j provision of of Gft bridge where a 12ft pathway ! hud been cut down. —The Council decided to I adhere to the idea of the six-foot path bridge. ' From .Tames Jones, senr., complaining that I the scrnc of the works, Graham-street, had ' been left in a dangerous stato. From the Secretary Fire Brigade Board, asking for £1) 10s fid contribution. Amount to 1 l»e paid. From Thos. Burke, explaining delay in carrying out work in Graham and Water...

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

, BEECRQFI. Thanksgiving' services for ;;the rain, were held. in tte. Church of England on Sunday morning and afternoon, when the Jtev. Mr. Mclotosbpreached,

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AUBURN. Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

AUBUBN. Municipal Council. A special meeting of the Borough Council of Auburn was hejd on Monday, 80th ult., to con nidcr the report from 1 lie Works Committee re letter from contractor Pleasance. and also to deal with recommendation from special com mittee re erection of Town Hall. Present : The full Council. 1 he Mayor said the letter from Mr. Pleasanue had been referred to the Works Committee to report upon. He (the Mayor) had had letters written to the contractors, pointing out thut the time for completion of the contracts was drawing ni-ar — which had led to the leply before them. He then desired that the report of the committee should be read. The report (which was signed by Aid. Blacket r ^ behalf of the committee) stated that they fond that the letter sent re delay in i work was caused by the Overseer being under I the impression that the work was to be done in four weeks. The specifications, however, allowed for five. This had been explained to Mr. Pleasance. As to the alle...

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TUESDAY,' 8TH OCTOBER. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

TUESDAY,' 8th OOTOBEB. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards, P.M. Frederlok Bark tried with simple pathos to urge that bis condition of vinons exaltation i was exoosable if not laughable, q n Right Boor I Day* that his disorderly cqndoet was merely a j E leasing disnlay qf seasonable enthusiasm, and , Is fl oriel fhetorlo but a laptut lingua. The I production of a xeoord of M previous convic tions, however, exmmtea air. oa« a.onamo-er in its true light ; and he was ordered to jpaylOR for being drank and disorderly, and 4$ or two months inParramatta Gaol for wing obsoeoe language.. „ .. r ./llWMMfc ^Alfredtolth wg orf^^andwn^jaoenSSSgriSfee ih Qlahe-' second W» W 4B houre for the first offence : 40* on a iqonUi tor ' kngmge.' jltepljeii jjohoMpElbopf and JJtiohidE wt! McBlnins^on di^Dartha^ea vera qaeam (iff rising ol tip Oouri) for the. ftret ofle&ot, and 10a len.ua di^ras. or. thro 'The KqUaoaea aammtuied the pewona, *oq pleaded guilty, for al 10 Sx iu oosti, levy tad dl(krea; J*bu BM...

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Ryde Police Court. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards, P.M., and Messrs. D'Ardier and Jeanneret, J's.P.) LARCENY AT HORNSBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Byde Police Court. SATURDAY, OCTOBEB 5. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards, P-M,, and Messie. D'Ardier aqci Jeatmeret, J's.P.) Labceny at Hoenbby. j Nicholas Uravage is a philosopher of the j school of Diogenes, selecting, however, a hollow log *. lor his place of abode, in lieu of the famous tub occupied by his great prototype. It was from this incommodious residence, situated in the buah ai Homsby, Deaf Mr. Leek's orchard, th&t Constable Penman saw Nioholas i emerge last Friday morning, holding a ! mysterious bag in his hand. Questioned as to the contents of this repository, the hermit replied, with true philosophic vaguepess, „ ' Nothing particular.11 ' Nevertheless, the officer, as policemen will, 4esu'e4 to investigate that bag; aqd, peeping into it, |onnd there a quantity of oranges. These, the aooused said, he had obtained from Mr. Leek's orchard, by | the permission of a man who was picking fruit there. It having been demonstrated that this assertion did more credit to the pr...

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

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

THE - WKff . SHOP! ' A, AtfS M., ^Established 188f], , ! - SYDNEY ; . Pr^sion aMC jj/j Produce Merchants, Has Commenced Business with a First-class Stock of TEAS, GKOCERIES, PROVISIONS & PRODUCE, Which will be sold at THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE, We respectfully ask you to GIVE US A TRIAL, feeling confident we can give you satisfaction. Orders faithfully executed aud promptly delivered to ttnv part of Parramatta and Surrounding District. NOTE THE ADDRESS— | A. BENSON k CO.. ' t-' I'lJi' .1 JM. CHURCH UNO PENNANT STREETS. j PAKBAHATIA. I (Lately Occupi«-iby F;L. GO WING.) CQATES & HARPER, Galvanized - Iron, - Cement, AND Timber - Merchants. jM? ? ? — 3/~ Offices : DAECY ST., PABEAMATTA Opposite Railway Station Subway. Branch: RAILWAY PARADE, GRAWXLLE. Main Yards & Joinery Mills,— George St., Parramatta, where all Materials can be inspected. We respectfully beg to draw attention to our Large and well -assorted Stock of Building Materials, including Every Article Re...

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[?]SES & THE GUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

JPES & THE GUESTS. 'iffr - CTaVBUU1E dress was a tjtiffiA coat and skirt, and pink -^fluse ; fawn hat, trimmed with . Jmnn and pink roses. D. D. Henderson wore a brown figured silk, trimmed with brown and gold shot silk, pretty pink floral bonnet, trimmed with brown shot ribbon ; Mrs. Symonds, French grey I and black velvet ; Mrs, John Harper, a handsome black silk, beautifully orna mented with jet, — little black and pink bonnet ; Mrs. Frank Henderson, grey and blue shot dress, trimmed with blue bengaline silk, — cream hat covered in cream tips. Mrs. B. Harper was at tired in cream, flowered shower-of-hail muslin ; cream straw toque, trimmed with Bhot ribbon and yellow blooms. A pretty dress was worn by Miss Kempson — a yellow crepon, and silk ; burnt straw liat, yellowroses, and green ribbon-grass. Miss Court was her com panion, in pale blue crepon, and green hat. Mrs. Finlayson was noticed in a costume of heliotrope ; Mrs. Drummond, in black, and heliotrope bonnet. Mrs. B...

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Y. M. C. A. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Y. M. C. A. ANNUAL MEETING. The Y.M.G.A., Parramatta, celebrated its first anniversary on 2nd instant, in St. John's schoolroom. The attendance was only moder ate. ? .The President of the branch, Mr. W. J. StephenBon, occupied the chair, and on the platform were— Bev. W. Gillet, Mr.D. Walker, IDtwramry x.ju.i/^., njuuuvj, ivev. «. iwok, Mr. Lock and others, During tbe evening, pleasing instrumental and vocal selections .were oontributed by Mrs. Doyle, Misses .Ghivers and Haliewell, Messrs. Lewis and B. Withes, and ' The Soldier Boy ' was recited with effect hy Mr. Stephenson. The report presented told of comparative failure. No new members bad been enrolled i daring the term. The number of members at pjesent was 16, exclusive of the various ministers of religion, who are members ex Officio. Several young men, however, were in regular attendance, who were not yet enrolled, and addresses on subjects religions, ethical, biographical, secular, social, literary, and teonnical, had been d...

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CRICKET. C.C.E.C. Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

CRICKET. C.C.B.C. Club. At a special meeting ot the Central Cumber land Electorate Cricket Club held last week, it W£0 decided to arrange ior a series of moon- , I light conoerte, etc., in aid of the club funds. I The first of snch concerts was put down for tbe I 8lst instant. Mr. J. Wilson was elected a member of the oommittee in the room of Mr. F. Irtdale, ' resigned. The Treasurer (Mr. Miller) reported that the debt on the fence had been reduced to £10. Dr. Russell and Messrs. P. H. Robilliard, W. Salter, and W. Sweeny wpre elected members, and Mr. F. C. Cox was elected an honorary member for ensuing term. | The Central Cumberland 2nd Eleven played their first match this season at Burwood last Saturday against Burwood Electorate 2nd Eleven. At 5 o'clock the Burwood captain closed his innings having lost 5 wickets for 199 runs. At the call of time the C.C. Second Eleven had lost three wickets for 28 runs. Following are the fall scores. Bubwood Electorate Second Eleven. 1st Innings...

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Short Story. MICKE-MOUTHED MEG. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Short Story. MIOKE-MQUTHED meg. T^e fends of the Soottish daua are a pro* verbid part and pared.. of the history of Sootknd^ 'When sot at war with ; England; the Scotch have delighted ,to pick /some petty qoarrel'with eaoh ©thir.and the oc casion has often been too trifliwr to ' mention inhistory, while theoonaequencaa have of ion risen to matters of deep, aod sometimes fatal, importanoe. Baft underneath all this, some oomio characteristic of the cation has peeped cot— tome iH -concealed craft or cunning, or dose-handed thrifty indicative of the canny Scotsman, and which belong fa no other people in each exoeas as to those of the ?Border.' One ol these fends, now existing only in traditionary lore, lay between the Scots and Kuxrays ; and, at one time, it neomed only too probable that the representative of the former dan would meet a disgraoefnl death at the hands of the latter. Sir Gideon Murray. tho Laird of Elibonk, was 'a chosen favorite of King James 'VI., who afterward bestowed...

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Miscellaneous. THIEF DETECTION IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Miscellaneous. 'thief DETECTION IN RUSSIA. ' tulMrf blaok soot, turned loose in the dsrk room, and the door fr kept looked for a quar jar qj.au nour or more. Thefaxmera believe positively tha* the brn wfU4ake refuge with tne innocent, 'but will ovoid the guilty ones. Suddenly the old farmgt enters with a large torch, and woe to the unfortunate individual whose pantaloons are not besmeared with soot. l£a js un doubtedly the thief, and if he cannot restore the stotoi property he will be compelled to refund its value. ? In other oaecp tho loeer of articles of elotL-j .Ing-Or jewaUlfry balances a flour siere 6n~tib~ index finger, and while doirc so.he gro noonoos the names of hisienqaalnifri-£a--i If the sieve threatens to fall at the pronuncta Uon^any »», Still another method is employed for the apprehension of thieves. A bowl is filled to the brim with water. The names of the members of the famOy and aoquaintanoee are .written on small slipa of paper. These are rolled up and thrown on...

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

ROOKWOOD. The Adjourned meeting was held on Thurs day. Present : The Mayor, and Aldermen Groves, Corbett, Garthwaite, and Farrell. The Works Committee's report was again read. Aid. Groves objected, on technical grounds, to ine proposed execution of work merely on the recommendation of the Works Committee. Aid. Garthwaite considered the method of procedure insisted on to be circumlocutory, and unavoidable ; and urged that the adoption of a report from a committee consisting of the whole Council should be sufficient. Aid. Corbett desired that tbe resolution, re the proposed work in question, should be turned up and read, which was done. The report was then reoeived and adopted by three votes to one. Aia. u roves saia ne would no longer take part in an illegal meeting, and left his chair. Aid. Farrell said he also objected to take further part, and left the table. The meeting was thus left without a quorum. The Mayor then accused Aid. Groves of being concerned in the alteration of the ...

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Parramatta Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Parramatta Borough Council. The fortnightly meeting of the Parramatta Borough Council was held on Tuesday evening. Present : The Mayor (Mr. C. J. Byrnes, J.P.), Aldermen Taylor, Dixon, Campbell, Moxham, Saunders, and Miller. Incoming Correspondence. Letter from Department of Public Works, acknowledging receipt of communication re Sewerage Bill. — Received. Letter from Gibson, Battle, and Co., re sanitary matters ? Reoeived. Letter from G. Green,. secretary Local Tem perance Alliance, conveying motion re inade quacy of , supply of water to Choroh-street fountain.— Received , and referred to the Water Committee. i Rbpobt* The Finance Committee's report, read and received at last meeting, was adopted. Mottows. The Mayor moved, -rrf That during the 1 absence of the CoonoU -clerk, the Assistant Cleric and Bailiff (Mr. S. Davjes) be appointed acting Council-Clerk wjtb^ower to qigq ajj eheones for, and on behalf -of $e Ooqnci}.' Aid. Taylor aecondeft the motion, vh)ch was agreed to. Aid. M...

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LATE NEWS. GRANVILLE DISTRICT. GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

late news. GRANVILLE DISTRICT. GRANVILLE. Mr. J. Scarborough, Granville Council Clerk, is on duty again. The Wesleyan Band of Hope, Gran ille, had a social evening on Thursd ay. Mr. Phillips (Superintendant) presided. A meeting 01 tne LiiDercy riaiua Horticultural Society was held on Thursday night,— to appoint judges for forthcoming annual show. A calico dance, in aid of the object of the Destitute Relief Committee, is pro jected. All willing to assist are invited , to meet the Committee on Wednesday. The last Harmonic Band Social of the season was held in the Albert Hall, Granville, on Thursday night. About 80 couples were present. The Railway Commissioners, per Mr. Nobbs, have offered a piece of land 80 x 20, opposite tbe Granville Hotel, site for fire brigade station, subject to three months' notice at any time. At the Parramatta Police Court on Wednesday morning, the following persons were each fined 10s and costs, for allowing animals to stray in contra vention of the municipa...

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Local Industries. Coates and Harper's Yard. PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Local Industries. Coates and Harper's Yard. PARRAMATTA. 1 In 1854 came into existence in I George-street, Parramatta, the business which some 15 years ago was taken over by Messrs. G. Coates, jun., and B. Harper, jun., and is to-day carried on in their conjoined names. The firm's business motto may be - described in their own words — ' We have always aimed at being able to supply a builder right through, from foundation to roof.' But they have gone beyond this, and have produced excellent artistic ' trifles ' in turnery — Indian clubs, walking sticks, children's dumb-bells, etc., which, for the sake of all parties, should be a little better known. The yard, at present writing, contains au unusually heavy stock of Baltic, hardwood, weatherboards, linings, etc., to which we may safely invite notice. In the upper part of the mill the joinery hands are at work on the window frames, sashes, etc., of the new Parra matta North Post-office ; tbe plans of which show that the Government Archi...

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BAULKHAM HILLS. Fruitgrowers' Association of N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

baulkham hills. FmtgrowersVAssodation of The monthly meeting of comin.ttee o uio Tai, President : iV:.^^nn:J;LDQWSorldB'rdH0r,Co.: bert. A letter was received from the L'^rpoo Association, inviting delegates to ' meeting at Liverpool ; but through the short nesa of the notice it to lot ^ nointwime. On the motion of Mr. Batcneior Snd Mr. Horwood, Messrs. Ta™8^1' Howes, „nd Colbert wevo appointed delegates to attend the LiveiTOol- meeting nest month; ^ A letter was received from the be%en mils branch, asking for a united meeting of growers, to discuss the whole matter. On the motion of Mr. Howes and Mr. Batehelor. the secretary was instructed to write, stating »t?n-t»k-ll. and ask thai delegates lis sent to the Liverpool mec ini;. a report was received from Hie lliuilklimn Mills representatives on the deputa linn l'l til' I'ostinaster-General re the penn; postage area, and regret was expressed at the unfavourable reply given. The secretai) ie ported having attended a meeting at ennant...

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

VARIETIES. I Tbs water lily is hfgelyi .nsedfin .some ' t-af ts of India as I ' ' ' 7 . Tbe art. of bdl founding is oMa Of great 'antiquity.' Bella weit£sed in Ebtuad long1 before the Norman conquest. 7 A prominent Ang^^ph^ci/ i declares [ in vitaAinS o&ftoft inborn! m tb to the public on Sundays, so a to keep ^ Londonon from wearying. | Eveiy Flemish town has a aqi cie wW the ' egg market,' where on oertaii -Ays tjbej | country people resort and offer the r^prtdaoe . to inhabitanta. ' In many European countries tl » practice has been adopted of planting nut ma fruits trees, in plaoe of merely shade tr ee, ' along the highway. A- red suite*' fati&iis diyVwe eh^ be^ cause it indicates that tha air towards Vie .'from )w]Ah.l quarter ain may j generally 'be expecfea/o&ntains li tie mois The Sootish Highlanders* dress as worn at the present time is sometimes ve y expen sive. Some wom by the Highlaa l gentry oost £200 eaoh. That of theFrinoe if Wales cost £375. It...

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