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THE OUTCAST SIBERIAN LEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

THE OUTCAST SIBERIAN LEPERS. After miles of riding, 4 At last I thought I could discern ahead a large lake, and beyond that two yourtaa. My instinct waa true to mC| and the peculiar thrill whioh passed through my, whole frame meant that sfter all Lheee months of travelling I had found, thank God, the poor creatures whom I baa come to help. A little more itaug riding along the tedious path, and tben I suddenly looked up and saw before me the two yooitas end a little crowd of people. Some of tkc people came limping and some leaning on sticks to oatoh the first glimpse of na, their faoea and limba distorted by the dreadf-il ravages of the disease. Ono pour creature could only crawl by the help of a stool, and all had the aamo indescribably hopeless expression of the eyes which indicates they scrambled off the horse, and went quiokly smongst the little crowd of the larae* the halt, and the blind. S?me were atanaingi some were kneeling, and aome crouching on the ground, and aU with eager...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
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CHEMISTRY IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

CHEMISTRY IN INDIA. . The following answers wore colleoted 'from' a written examination in ohwniatry held in an Indian university.:' , -L y- : ^ Sulphur iaa emdlful gas. Nitrogen iaa ; remarkable lazy gaa and is good for nothing., I Carbon always exists in a dark room. There i is no living being in the world that does not1 oontain carbon. Gflsismade by filling a poker with coal .and heating ,.H. ftblpntoe! gtvet £tttheri}ti(iiu to ^ie throftt^ ttydrogpLUafia oolorUwj vinoible gas a&d-buAs fladf without any body's help. Nitri.0 aoid is used ia the preparation of current eleotrloity. It is very bad for teachers to pour ft on our , .$oda Is formed by heal^jfH&Rst.oll and medioine for purgative puiposea. Caustio' soda is used ss^a' summer drink. Quioltf has the power of digMtioK food. \ Lime is need as a vnd of gum forbulldea 1 to stiok brioks togethlfi

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TOONGABBIE AND WENT-WORTHVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

T00NGABBIE AND WENT w ORTHVXLLE. The monthly meeting of the Toongabbie and Wentworthville Progress Association was held in the local School of Arts on Thursday evening. Present, Mr. W. Oakes, president, and Messrs. Joseph Knox, H. Colbert, R. G. Bell, M. Nutter, and H. Birk. Mr. Knox acted as secretary. The president stated that it had been found regular night (Wednesday) until that night, in consequence of the lecture given by Alderman Davis. For this reason he thought it would be better to postpone the election of officers till next monthly meeting. The present oflicers could continue their duties till that date.— This was unanimously agreed to. The President then laid on the table the prcw reports (in full) of 'the annual meeting. A cordial and hearty vote of thanks was passed to the proprietor - of the .lr»j«* and /?V-v /Ven* for so fully reporting and publishing , the proceedings. The prc«s reports were ; inserted in the minutes. The President reported that the deputation appoi...

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Hurrah! for the Coach. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Hurrah ! for the Coach. I TO Tint EDITOR. Sin,— I notice in your excellent paper of last | I Saturday, a letter on the above subject. But : I surely ' Civis ' must be only joking when he recommends a four-in-hand to compete against the wonderful Eddy's train service. It is all very nice this fine summer morning business and the spanking team, but what about tbe hot blazing mornings and tbe dusty evenings and the wet winter days ? Where would the coach be then ? As an old hand at the game, I know that the trains knock the ooaches out every where, and unless some enterprisiug Jehu takes it up as a labor of love, it is never likely to be taken up at all. 44 Civis ' is evidently a new comer to the country, or he would know better. COACH. Full account of Wind Up meetings of 'Cburoh Street Baptists ' unavoidably held over. Philarmonio Grand Concert, 31st October. In reply to a deputation from Canley Vale on Thursday, the Postmaster-General promised to sec whether a posted delivery could b...

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

KENTHURST A meeting of the School of Arts Committee was held on Thursday, 3rd inst. Mr. H. : Burretl (president) was in the chair, and there was olso present — Messrs. White, Griffin, Dale, Cohen, Tosh, and A. Gibbs (secretary). A letter was received from the lion. .1. uarrard signifying his willingness to otlicially open the new hall. A balance-sheet for Government subsidy on donations received was presented, and after some discussion was ordered to be j forwarded. The meeting closed about 11 p.m. ) The sub-committee appointed by the Progress I Association to consider the Fruit Pests Bill and I to suggest amendments to same, met at ' Flor ence Villa ' (the residence of Mr. Gibbs) on Saturday night last. Various amendments | were suggested, and d.scussed, and several j amendments were dratted, which will be sub- | mitted to the next meeting o( the Association, to be held on 26th inst. An old and respected resident of this district I (Mr. G. Skinner) parsed peacefully sway on j Sunda...

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

DUNDAS. On Sunday Alderman G. Spurway killed a large brown snake, measuring over five feet in length, in the back yard at his house. His snakeship came seeking ducks or duck-eggs, and the ducks not liking their visitor raised the alarm and brought Mr. Spurway to the spot; and the reptile was srjn des patched. The monthly meeting of the Band of Hope was held in the Dundas Wes leyan Church on Monday. Officers were elected ; and an enjoyable pro ramme was negotiated. The boye of Parramatta district achieving success -at Public School sports were from Granville. ' Pleasant eVenlngs.' — Mr. Telfer's, Parra matta North, on Monday; Mr.A.H.Hartaway's, Fleet Street, Thursday. Mr. Bennie, well-known in Sherwood and Parramatta, goes to the old-oountry, for good, he says) next month. Had some lock 1 Complimentary social and presentation, to Mr. W. H. Edwards, Parramatta, on Thursday ! night. Next week, girls t An alarm of fire caused the Parramatta brigades to turn out on Thursday night. The sc...

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

BLA.CKTOWN. The C.E.T. Society held Its annual concert in the Oddfellows' Hall ou Saturday night. The concert was a great success in ever}' way. owing mainly to the efforts ofthe committee, the Misses Moon, Lalor, and Sutor, who worked it up so well. A match wan plared — on Eight Hour Day — between the local club und the Waterloo Borough C.C. The visitors won the toss, and knocked up 103 runs. The local men were all out in their first innings for 05. Continuing, they had lost six wickets for 127 ; stumps were drawn. The visitors thus won by 8 runs on the tir6t innings. Mr. Davin. who met with the serious accident a few weeks ago during the terrible wind-storm we had before the drought broke up, is back again. His arm isgettingon well. He speaks highly of the Parramatta Hospital. The Blacktown and Carlingford teams met; and the match was completed ou Saturday last. In their first innings, the Hills lads put up 184. Blacktown put up 47, for five wickets, first day ; and on the second ...

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

HOLROYD. The fourth of the series of Weekly Penny Readings, in aid of the Sunday School, was held on Wednesday. Tbe attendance was hardly up to the average. Mr. Warren took the chair, and the following programme was gone through : Chorus, Choir : recitation, E. Collins ; recitation, Annie Anderson ; reading, Mr. Warren ; violin solo, Miss Wood ward ; recitation, Miss E. Hartigan; reading, Mrs. Woodward ; duet, Misses A. Hennessv and E. Hartigan ; solo and chorus, Miss Finluyson and Choir ; reading, Mr. Layman ; recitation, Miss Y. Woodward; duet, Misses Agnes and Florrie Watson; recitation, Miss E. Salt; recitation, Miss A. Finlayson ; violin solo, Miss Woodward ; reading, Mr, Layman ; recitation, Miss A. Hennessy ; recitation , Miss May Apple ton ; reading, Mrs. Woodward.

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

SMITHFIELD. A farewell banquet to Constable Kpencor ou bia departure for Mitfcagong, was tendered in the Town Hull on Saturday evening. Mr. Alpers, of the Victoria Hotel, was the caterer : and about 30 treutlemen sat down. Alder man Downey occupied the chair, and presented the guest with an address, to gether with a handsome brooch for Mrs. i Spencer. In the course of the evening. ' songs were rendered by Messrs. R. | Lloyd, Horford, 'lung, Reckhaus, 13. O'Conor, E. and H. Herford and Aid. Payne, and a recitation by Mr. llunuell.

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THE GIPSY'S.. DAUGHTER CHAPTER XXIV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

gpfjHE cipsrs . . p . . DAUGHTER. S-'OHAPTER XXXV. (Continued.) Ky Sir Vifctor went 'to his dressing-room, Bgjmj ^having prepared Ior dinner, came B3dj»wn, expectihgto find Lady Olemence her favourite afternoon stroll Elplinilg the flowers. The terrace before [s|j||&3ia wing-room was high, and edged mm I granite wall, which Bvopt around lh .\a curve, bearing great vaees filled Ktb blooming vines. Before this curve Sfegardens of Moot Wealdori, with: Jdfantains, statuary, green-borders, and jjbfadsof blazing splendor and fragrance, Bespread out to the afternoon sunshine jttuL-the Bweet south wind, Gp* Sir' Victor stepped from the open |Mndow of the great drawing room, he a».- a lady standing by the massive jffower vase on tbe onrve, her arm resting : Wfifctlyonitebrim. She was 'a daughter HlTf the gods, divinely tall, and most |3rrine}y4airl' : fj||Her tack, was toward him. He noted |i«8Eflingnlariy elegant figure, queen-like apiits repose. Her dress was pf black 4iatifi under...

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

With the Advent of Spring also arrive the Freshest, Newest Novelties in Boot and Shoe Wear, and JOHN HUNTER ' : w.u.tao.„ ? pm IDPU OTDC CT Old Established House, \J | | \J fj Q | Ti t- 1 I THOUSANDS ^ FOOT BEAR ' Which will repay the Ladies aiid Gentlemen of, Town and District To Selcct FvOill . EVERYTHING NEW, FASHIONABLE, REASONABLE IN FRIGE AND EASY FITTING In fact UNSURPASSED FOR THESE ESSENTIALS by any other house COMPRISING Goods from England, the Continent of Europe, and From His Own Immense Sydney Manufactory. TP FJlfifflYilJimji BOOT PWSE IS A DELIGHTFULLY OOOL ESTABLISHMENT, and hence Ladies are not inconvenienced through having to hurry when making their purchases, as iu smaller premises, in order to escape the heat. IN THE MEN'S MERCERY ANO CLOTHING DEPARTMENT JOHN HUNTER STILL KEEPS THE LEAD FOR Hats, Shirts, Hosiery, Mercery, Clothing He is also displaying New Shipmemts of ' SPftfflG GOODS ' ? ? ? Boating, Tennis and Cricketing Shirts, in Flannelette, Flannel, Crepe, ...

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

?IfflWTE T0U8. 'W.9 will send oar 00-page Catalogue Free, . giving valuable information. tkj We are BOLE AGEJrTS lor all Ae best' makers, : Buch as STEIN WAY d SOUS, mcil. UPP & 80HN, BRINSNEAD. FEVRICH, ECKE, UEBEL A LECH LEITER, Q0R84 KALLMANN. ireVer you five. Our Prioes are] r hrst-cijAss pianos. SYPAYMENTS. uarantee satisfaction, ror Piano to be ir :6wn expense. D CO., LIMITED, »NEY. (Established 1858.)

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

HUMOUtt ' What interesting stories of travd DnfBx ' - h tells. Hs must have roved a great dsaL ?No-o— he's always been- best* Bat his Vi ; miad wanders.* ; {^' Tom : - Didn't ^ie encore nnnerve Miss ?? Twitter f* Jees : ' Not a bit ; she is used to ^ having the ndghbonn pound on the floor . . ^ when ahe slnga. 1 Watts : ' Did yon ever know of any one dying for love f Potts:. 'Onoe. I knew a ^ ^ fellow who starved to'death after being re- ' fused by an heiress.* ' lbs. Jones * 'Charles has an unronquer- ''V.W- able spirit.1 Mrs. Smith: ' Indeed T Mn. Jonas: 'Yss; be waa two bona unlocking ' ^'4. thb front dour early this morning.* . . ^ :'^£, Ghxonic Grumbler : ' Look here I Thsn*s . ? V x), no liieat in this imdwich.' Affatde Waiter : ^ 'Thsn why do ypaeap.it a candwidif. Iaa surprised that a gbntiaman dfyotir «nditioa , ahentid coibmit such a'Wledsiti m ritetoric.' '''^'1 Here's a piece of light literature that ' ' makes a man think very serioudy.' * What taltP 1 A n- Ulll' Wife (t...

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

TBAV^LIiERv j EETEAjprnON. Mfttiy and intricate u ara the problem, of International laW^tte^tiBattoa-oESatftditfoh remaina at onoe the most important and the most familiar* lie eosaplenty of business transactions and^ie vaat axtensioa of oredit, eounled with the miiltiolioatibn of the means of trevd,iuMagsnderedlfasidtfertgaofthe^ Sepraotioe uto^'femln' the rewttis of the different provinoee of ansient Bome. Under the BepuUIo a dtiasn aooused of a oapital off«ioe might at any time, before judgment was pronounoea, escape the sentoaoeby going mto Ttduntary exile; and oertaiiLdf iheaUied oKm vers speciBed by treaty ss inviolable places of refuge ; but under the Empire these cities woe absorbed into tbe imperial dominions and lost their protective onaraoter. As to olaims of extra dition made by the Bomsas upon Independent nations, they s^m to have been eonfined to ettemiea of &e State. Thus wo find that at the end of the war with Antioohns, king of Syria, tbe Romans stipulated f...

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ENGLISH FASHIONS. SHOULDER COVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

ENGLISH FASHIONS. 0&OULDZB covns. Large muslin ooQare have, to a great ex tent, daring this hot weather taken the plaoe of oapesj bat someriiMone needs some kind of iimsliialtil' lynniliif flfr the ahoulden. This is in cSuEoases, by a very frilly Jftrt odggor nwB silk, erepcm, or some SMI m4MaLi MRfe cape does not meet infrout ; toShea, 17 &ftnds only a little beyond the shouldera, and one woeaers how it retains its position. This la aooompliahed under the cape, uniting there with the ribbon from the opposite aide. The fronts of tbe cape are turned baok in the form of revere, and show the very smart lining, which ie often of tbe riohest brocade, pale bine and white, or pale pink and white brocade, or white satin, or some soch handsome textile. A full rnohe of thie silk is often pnt on juBt under the edge of the cabe to keep it out at the edge, where the faduoitable godet effect ia frononsi&ed. BLBEVZS. Sleeves of material differing from that of tbe dre*e are ...

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LADIES' COLUMN. FASHIONABLE FINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

LADIES' COJ.UMJST FASHION ABLE JBf ERY. ''Hie idea ia, I knrfw. a very popular one that the maids of so-called ladies of fashion sain quite a considerable addition to tbeir regular incomes by the sale of artiolea of olothine. which, bavin ir beoi discarded by their miatreasea, are inherib^l by them al little feeHinv on the subject, '^went on the lady manufacturer of faahionable gowns, who, as die spoke, to furnish evidence of the acotdac&OT her assertions, took down from ~ a' Tittle onpJBoard in her workroom 4.a dretm of ft . dnas ', that was there hanjgng. 1 Here, for lestanoe, Is a gown supplied to a well-known society beauty, which was made foe ber on the special understanding a£*T#cff dA, She is a very good wK2 Mir husband being bqcniiM IHiiuAa f^^bey at the time, I did it to oblige her ; but there is not muoh fan making tip stuff to special design only, as it were, to let it out on hire. 1 How do I get rid of these eeoond-hud written on that subject, and if a list were ...

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No. 1 Fire Brigade, Parramatta. THE ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

No. 1 Fire Brigade, Parramatta. THE ANNUAL REPORT. The following is the annual report of the No. 1 Fire Brigade, Parramatta, submitted by Secretary Sorlie, at the late annual meeting : ' In presenting to you the 30th annual report of your Brigade, I have to congratulate you on the very satisfactory results of your efforts in your honest endeavour to save life and property and also in not having to record any serious calamity causea oy nre. 'During the year, your Brigade received nine callB to fires, none of which, I am glad to state, resulted in any serious damage. The average attendance of members at these fires was 9*7. 'The number of members on the roll during the year was 22, but owing to the death of one of our number, and another having re signed, our membership at the present time reaches 20. I am glad to state that number is quite sufficient to do all that is required in time of action. ' During the year 12 monthly meetings, and 7 special meetings, and 13 practices have been...

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

PRESENTATION. I The choir of St. Andrew's Church, Parra mattA. presented to Mr. J. Svmonds and Miss Henderson, a handsome clock on the occasion of their marriage. The young people mentioned were members of the choir.

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

WESLEYAN CHURCH. Rev. P. J. Stephen commenced 11 series of practical addresses on Sunday last, in the pre sence of a large congregation— taking for his subject ' Home.' The choir, under Mr. A. Barry's able conductorship, rendered, with much effect the anthems, Te Deum hirknini and ' Lord, we pray Thee ' f Rnhrrt*i

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

-FURTHER GREAT REDUCTIONS AT FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE KIPPERED HERRINGS ) DIGBY CHICKS ?- FINllON HADDOCKS I 7i° PER TIN. ? | ENGLISH JAMS, from per tin. | SARDINES from 84-3. Best Drands Only. Special Attention is directed to the fact that one of the Largest Stocks in the District is on Sale at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE ; in fact, it is questionable whether any other House buys as largely FOR CASH — hence the secret of LOW PRICES AND FRESH GOODS. In addition to the' Lar^e Stock on Hand at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE, he has in Bond at tbo present time, awaiting the Removal of the Duty, two large Shipment of Goods of the Choicest description ; and a special (Shipment en route from London, Five (5) Ton of Best CRO WN SOAP for Sale at 16s per Cwt. Arnott's Biscuits, from 2£d per lb. Arrowroot 4d Alum 8d Baking Powder — Batho'R Hd ; Champion's, Aunt Mary's, Waugh's, Joo Hart's, Burgu 's, Soyer's 2/9 per half doz., 5/8 doz. Barley (Pearl) 2Ad, or 5lbs for 1 /- Bloater Paste (Macono...

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