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

\i¥ ODERN PHOTOGRAPHY. HERBST, ?28, OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY. Iggr Noariy Opposilo Mark Foy's. INSTANTANEOUS PORTRAITS. -%£- INSPECT OUR LARGE DISPLAY OF AUTISTIC AVORK. POPULAR PRICES : THREE CABINETS FOR FIVE SHILLINGS. Open on Saturday Afternoon and all Holidays. G. E, RICHARDSON, PRACTICAL UTATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, ETC., Fuller's Buildings, CHURCH STREEr, PARRAMATTA. £$? If Your AVatch Stops bring it abovo Address. Jg$ SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. J. PAUL, /GENERAL CARRIER, Etc. br — - Vans for Hire by the Day or Hour. Furniture Removed with Care. MACQUARIE-STREET, PARRAMATTA PUBLIC NOTICE. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED MONTHLY, Of FURNITURE, Crockeryware, Glassware and General Ironmongery. No Reserve. Frederick Stack & Company (Lnte F. A. Artlett.) GORDON McKINNON, A RCHITECT AND BUILDING J\_ SURArEYOR, FULLER'S BUILDINGS, PARRAMATTA AXD ROYAL ARCADE, SYDNEY. Plans, Specifications, and Correct Estimates for all descriptions of buildings. Motto : Economy, Strength, and Beauty. Office Ho...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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A Prize Essay on Newspapers [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

A Prize Essay on Newspapers. The souvenir dancing orders of tho Albany Printing Pressmon's Union con tained the following contribution from 'a printer's devil: ' Newpapers is called vehicles of infor mation. Roporters is what is called 'the staff' — so many of them being 'sticks.' They work hard— at refreshment bars. Proof-readors is men that spoils the punctuation of compositors. They spell a word one way to-day and another to morrow. Thoy think they be. intelli- gent ; compositors think different. Compositors is men who sots up tho types — and sometimes the drinks. Com positors is very steady men when they is sober- — which they seldom is when they can help it. Editors is men what knows every thing in tho heavens above and the earth beneath. They is writers who don't write anything whatsoever. They is the biggest men you ever seo. Managers is men as takes in the tin and gives patent medicine ' ads ' tops of columns next to roading matter in 37 columns out of 32. Proprietor ain't a...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Publication Received. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Publication Received. List (13th) of Orchard Properties and Subdivision Blocks, for privato sale. AV. A. Brodie and Co. Parramatta. {Cumberland Argus steam-printing works). This brochure contains 20 large quarto pages (exclusive of those devoted to advertisements) of closely packed in formation respecting properties for sale in every part of the county, besidos several in other parts of the colony. Some .350 lots are described undor the headings ' Orange unit Summer Fruit Orchards and Vineyards,' ' Farm, JJrush and Cleared Lands ' and ' jSkS divhioii Jtlocks.' Tho districts repre sonted aro Parramatta, Auburn, Baulk ham Hills, Brush Farm, Blncktown, Brushgrove, Bowral, Biisbano AVator, Blackhcath, Bathurst, Bathurst Plains, Carlingford, Castlo Hill, Castlerengh, Colo, Claronee Elver, Cobbity, Cudal, Dcnham Court, Dundas, Dural, Fair field, Field of Mars, Faulconbridge, Guildford, Gosford. Granvillo, Galston, G'julburn, Gilgandra, Glenfield, Hart ley, Junoo, Kurrajong, Keuthurst, Lan...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Rookwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Rookwood. Progress Association.— Tho monthly committee meeting was hold on Thurs day at Abraham's Hotel. Tho election of officers resulted : Mr. Gormloy President, Mr. Sneosby Vice President, Mr. Abrahams Treasurer, Mr. Corbott Secretary. A lofctor from Mr. E. U. Houston was road, requesting t'io influ enco of the committee in getting a foot bridgo over tho water course leading to tho ^southern part of Kookwood. After discussion five woro appointed a sub committee to seo what bridges were necessary in order to provido for tho residents of Auburn Heights, Tudor, Grassmoro, and Rugby Park es tates, to collect subscriptions or dona tions (tho residents on these estates having to make a circuitous route to get to the railway station in wot weather). Attention -was called to the method of carting the blasting powder from the station to Potts Hill. It seems that this powder is carried in bags. These are placed in the' cart and without covering taken through the town, the driver often smok...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVERPOOL RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

LIVERPOOL RACE. Tho Liverpool Racing Club holi? another of their popular race meetings on 'Wednesday next 'J he programme has filled excellently well — the entries being largo in each event — and affords ample scope for a first-class day's amusement. Maori team v. Parramatta. — Tho following players will represent the locals on AVcdncsday next— AVcston, Stottler, L. AVickham, Ben nett, A. Davey, A. AVickham, Suttor, Bauchop, Bowman, Rice, Griilin, Frnscr, J. Tunics, Taylor; Neich. Burkitt 1G, Carpenter 17. Drag mests Maoris at 2 train

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Those Wicked Reporters. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Those Wicked Reporters. Speaking at a Salvation Army de monstration, says an English paper, 'General' Booth said that people sometimes got into their meetings by mistake, or because. the devil sent them to their Catherines out of curiositv : but they sometimes got caught. They came co scoff, but remained to pray. (' Hallelujah.') Roporters, of couso came on business, biit thoy were hard to catch. (Groans.) Ho had, .however seen a reporter with a tear in his eye — (' No,' and cries of 'Glory bo to God!') and ho believed that ho onco saw a re porter put a shilling in a collection box. (Expressions of incredulity from various ''parts of tho hall, and laughter.) There was hope therefore for the re porters,— (' Hallelujah,' and 'Lord have mercy iipon them ') — that was, if they got caught before they came to tho editors. Then they were gone. (Loud laughter.)

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Sports and Games. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Sports and Games. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION, A committee mooting was held at tho A nous office, on Saturday last. Mi'. J. B. Mills' resig nation on the committee was accepted, and Mr. II. Shepherd (Rosehill) elected to the vacancy. The treasurer (Mr. George Coates) reported that tho total receipts of the Clarke Memorial match amounted to £5 12s. A few accounts in connection therewith were passed for payment. A subscription of £o os was acknowledged from Mr. Hugh Tuylor, M.P., for tho enter tainment fund, and a letter of thanks ordered to ho forwarded to that gentleman, as woll as to the Parramatta Cricket Ulub for the free use of the cricket ground for tho memorial match. It was decided to apply tho balance of Mr Taylor's subscription 10 tho Clarke fund, and this will lea\e about £'y Ms available for a headstone. The treasurer and secretary were instructed to have the stono erected. Tho an nual meeting was fixed to take place on July 16, at the School of Arts, Parramatt...

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"Pause, my Brethren" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

' Pause, my Brethren ' 'Most of you,' said tho Bishop of Potorborough onco to some candidates for ordination, 'will do woll to avoid action in tho pulpit. I shall never forgot a raw-boned Irish cu rato I once had, with hands like legs of mutton. I can see him still pro paring for a grand peroration, and leaning ovor tho pulpit with out strotohod dependent palms, as ho ex claimed, ' Paws, me brithron, paws ! ' '

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EVENING STAR LODGE, I.O.G.T [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

EVENING STAE LODGE, I.O.G.T On Monday evening last a social was held under the auspices of the above lodgo in the Centenary Schoolroom, Parramatta. Bro, Saunders, C.T., in the Chair. Tho members of Prince Alfred Division of the Sons of Teinperenco and ' Carrington ' Tent of Eechabites at tended by invitation andreceivedahearty welcome. During tho evening refresh ments were handed round by the Sisters of the lodge. In response to tho vote of thanks, Bros. Mortimer, W.P., and Barber, AV. A., returned thanks on behalf of the Sons of Temporance and Bros P. Morgan, D.D.E., and Button, D.S.J., on behalf of tbe Eechabites. A programme consisting of part songs, solos, recita tions, etc., was gone through to the enjoy ment of all present. Bro. S. N. Staff, of the Happy Thought Lodge, who is going to tho 'Richmond Eiver on a visit, was instructed to convey the fraternal greetings of tho ' Evening Star' Lodge to any lodges he may visit during his absence from Parramatta.

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. MONDAY, JUNE 10. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes and J. W. Foster, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Parramatta Petty Sessions. ' Monday, June 10. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes and J. ; ; , ? -W. Foster, Js.P.). Adam West, charged wxth being drunk and disorderly was fined 20s or 7 days. John Carroll was fined 5s or 24 hours for drunkenness. Andrew Matthews v. Caroline Simnis. Plaintiff complained that defendant had unlawfully detained certain goods to the value of £20. Defendant pleaded cause to show. Plaintiff stated that he was living at Prospect, his wife lived in a tenement of his at Pott's Hill; on Wednesday week the goods had been removed without his permission. George White, an accountant, stated that he visited the premises of com plainant 'in the interests of creditors ; saw Mrs. Matthews, who said she had told her' husband that. she had sold.the piano, — but she had not really sold, it, having only got a receipt, for it to show her husband. Defendant stated that she, lived at Pott's Hill; she admitted having the piano in her possession; Mrs. Matthews sold it to her for £20 ; ...

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

'The attention of Orchardists, Nurserymen, and Market Gardeners, &o^' --isv directed to 'the Which contains all the ingredients lof jPlaiit JFood in a 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 cheapriess, because a ton of Poudrette is worth more than 5 'For further Particulars, Price, ' &c.,' apply to the Secretary ? ' ? ' -^- tons of any ' other manure. ? - ? - — .— ? ? , ? ? ? - - ;::::;;:_^^ Co., -Limited, 12 Q'Coimell Street, Sydney. -.-:? ? ? ?

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

THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF JPARRAMATTA AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT. s. a. Subscription, per quarter, in advance 2 0 Do. booked .. ..2 3 Single copy ? 0 2 Terms or Abtebtisin-j : s. a. Three lines ? 10 Sixlines ? 19 One inch ? 2 6 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 rc nponsifele 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. CHATFIBLD & BROWN, TTICENSED SURVEYORS Specially licensed under the Real Property and Mii.ing Acts...

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Cavalry Riding Drill. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Cavalry Riding1 Drill. By an ex-Thooper, in the ' St. ; James's Gazette.' The first riding losson usually takes . placo in the 'riding school,' where, as the floor is covered with ' tan,' the re cruit who comes off will fall softly. Tho military authorities don't want their recruits laid up in hospital. The first losson consists of leading the .horse around the riding school; so that tho axiom of learning to creep before walking is slightly modified hero, for the recruit learns to walk his, horse before riding him. When he has led his horse around for a while, the horse's head is brought in from the boards (i.e., tho walls of the school), and tho recruit is taught to ' stand at ease ' and to step from side to side of his horse's fore-feet in measured paces. Then comes the ' mount ; ' and usually the unfortunate recruit has no sooner got up ono side than ho rolls ovor on tho other, owing tojjtho vagaries of hie horse, who knows that he has a recruit in hand and takes advantage of it....

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Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

'- ' ? ? ? ? ! Agricultural and Horticultural. ;?; '-.:?? [By Westmeau.] ? A Model Sewage Farm. — Ono of these i; experimental farms which Parliament is as good tis pledged to establish should bo a scwago farm and in what ? '? inoro accessible placo for visitors (bent orijinspoction) from all parts of theeolony could such an institution be located than at the junction of the Parraniatta I and the Clyde? ; - : ?:'?'' Toughened Pai-ee. — I note in 'Frank Leslio's Paper' that a plan for rendering paper as tough as wood or leather, has boon recently introduced on the : conti nent. It consists in mixing chloride of zinc with the pulp during the course of manufacture; It-has been found that the greater the degree 'of concentration of the zinc solution the greater will bo the toughness of the paper. It can be used for making boxes, combs, for roof ing,'; and even for making boats. I'm inclined to think that the fruit; case of the future will:be an exceedingly, light and cheap one, made of ...

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Fruit Pests Legislation. THE COMPENSATION CLAUSE. SOME VALUABLE OPINIONS. ME. ACRES WRITES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Fruit Pests Legislation. THE COMPENSATION CLAUSE. SOME VALUABLE OPINIONS. MR. ACRES WRITES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARQUS. Sir, — Relative to compensation for removal, or destruction of diseased fruit trees, clause 10 of proposed Fruit Diseases Bill, I think the case is fairly met by that clause, presuming that it is intended to apply to grape vines only. Clause 11 is objectionable when it is stated grape vines may be replanted in five vears. as I believe it has lately been shown that in the Geelong district (Vic.) the phylloxera insect has lately been found in small roots at considerable dej)th, where ten years ago infected vines were rooted up, which shows that the mere rooting up of vines, ap2)arently carefully done under inspectors, will not be effectual, so that some other means must be found to quite destroy every part of the vine and the insect also. I also object to the destruction of a whole vineyard, where, may be, only a few vines are seen to be infected, say at a...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Temperance Meetings. CUMBERLAND CONVENTION, I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Temperance Meetings. CUMBERLAND CONVENTION, I.O.G.T. An entertainment was given on Tuos day evening last under the auspices of the above Convention in tho Primitive Methodist Schoolroom, Parramatta. The President (Bro. Saunders) occupied the chair. There being several other attractions in. town tno attendance was small. The following programme was creditably rendered, the various items being appreciated by those present : — Song, 'Closethethreshold,' Mr.Hodges; song, ' Carrier John,' Miss Staff ; recitation, 'The Brewer,' Mrs. Withers; duet, ' Whispering hopo,' the Misses Goodin; song, 'Mr; Muicahey Esquire,' Mr. S. N. Staff; song, 'When Spar rows build,' Miss Granger ; song, ' In happy moments,' Miss A. Staff ; reci tation, 'The Convict's Mother,' Mr. AV. B. Smith ; trio, '? Save my mother's picture from the sale,' Misses Atkinson and De Mars ; song, ' ' Papa, stay home, I'm motherless now,' Miss Staff; song, Mr. Hodges; recitation, 'The Two Angels,' Mrs. Withers; duet, 'Happy Poli...

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MR. LANKESTER WRITES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

MR. LANKESTER WRITES. TO THE EDITOIt 01' THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. Sin, — 1. I think that clause 10 is far too complicated and difficult of intei^re totion and would not be passed by any legislature. 2. I notice in clause 4 of Mr, Stieme's umt-L'U.IUUUti3 J.U 1» BUggUSlUU, Uiai} a Board of arbitrators should consist of seven, three being membors of tho Phylloxera Board and three chosen by the owner, the referee to be ap2:-ointed by tho othor 6, the said roferoe to bo a magistrate or polico magistrate.' This would bo too costly. In my opinion, it should be short anr1 sinrple, similar to clause 1 7 in tho dr ?*?* bill prepared by Mr. Bounard fc *ue first committee meeting in Ayrfi lnst, snly that the valuators should consist of i member of the Board, the owner (or some one ap2'-ointed by him), and a referee to be chosen by them, the said referee to be a magistrate. The inspector should not be a valua tor, as he may be required for a witness and for information generally. J. D. LANKESTER. ...

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The Liedertafel Concert. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

The Liedertafel Concert. TO THE EDITOll OF THE CUMBERLAND AKGUS. Sir, — In your contemporary's critique on tho recent P.D.L. concert reference is made to an alleged omission of the aspirate in tho word host (wino galop, ' Miuo Host '), which, adds the critic, 'was dropped with a persis tency worthy of a better cause.' In saying this much, tho writer of tho re view in question is completely astray, and besides himself I do not think another porson could be found who would sharo his opinion. I speak thus positively in tho matter, knowing per sonally how exceedingly careful our conductor was at rehearsals that the words 'Mino Host' should recoivo their proper emphasis, and ospccially this phantoin 'H' which evidontly haunts the ' Mercury ' reporter with a persistently worthy of a letter anise. I need scarcely remind him that criticism to bo ofloctivo and wholesome should boforo all things boar the imprint of truthfulness, and when otherwise, it is to say tho least very discouraging to ...

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Where shall the Fruit Markets Be? A MEDDLING COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Where shall the Fruit Markets Be ? A MEDDLING COUNCIL. A special meeting of the Market i Committee ot the Fruitgrowers' Union I was summoned for Saturday afternoon I last to consider a letter received by tho Redfern Council in reference to a site they were anxious of parting with. Mr. William Stimson was voted to the chair, and there were also present, Messrs. J. Franks, P. Ilockley, W. Stieme, and tiio secretary. an apoiogy was re ceived for the absence of Mr. W. Cox, who stated his entire opposition to tho proposal of of the Redfern Council. Following is the letter from the Red fern Council : — 'Town Hall, Redfern, 1st June, 1889. ' Sir, — I am directed by this Council to ask you to be good enough to bring under the notice of the Fruitgrowers' Union a most eligible site for the es tablishment of fruit markets, viz., a portion of land recently occupied by Hudson Bros., having a frontage to Re gent, Wells; and Holden streets. Thero is also a siding constructed from the main line of ...

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Smithfield and Fairfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Smithfield and Fairneld Council. The regular meeting of the Smith field and Fairfield Council was held on Friday evening. Present : . The Mayor (Mr. F. A. Kenyon) and Aldermen Lackey,- Stimson, Anthony, Dale, and Downey. A communication was received from the Railway Department, notifying that the Commissioners could not see their way clear to effect an alteration in the railway embankment over the creek near the railway station. A letter was received from the Public Instruction Department, stating that it was intended to erect new public School buildings at Smithfield. The matter has been agitated for some time by the Council,| although the district membersjreceived the credit for it. Tho clerk was instructed to procure a signboard, at a cost of £2. The Mayor reported that lie had waited on Dr. Chisholm in reference to the reserves, and that gentleman had stated that he would do what was ne cessary to have the reserves vested in the Council. A letter was received from Mr. Kna2ip, ^l...

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