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Government Metallurgical Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Government Metallurgical Works. Mr. Smailes, M.P., received a notifi cation on Tuesday from the Minister for Mines, Mr. Smith, to the effect that the plans for the Government metal lurgical works at Granville are now in course of preparation. It is understood tnat tne department intends to proceed early with the work, and in order to have water carriage available, it is in tended to dredge and deepen the Duck River, on which the worts will have an extensive frontage. By this means mineral ores arriving by water from any part of the colony may be inexpensively removed to the works on barges or steamers of light draught.

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Borough Council. THE POUND. EXTINGUISHING GAS LAM. WOODVELLE-ROAD GRANT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Borough OounclL THE POUND. EXTINGUISHING GAS LAMl. WOODVELLE-ROAD (^RANT ? A general meeting o( theJiorodgb CoQil of 6ran\ille was held on Wotaesday evejj. Present : The Mayor (Aid. H pears), and A-r- ; men Duncum, Kelman, Kirk, Bowden, , Finnegan, Irons, Windsor, Palmer, and Xje. Committee's HErORTS. ( , The By-Laws Committee submitted a co%f | by-laws for the licensing of public vehii, also one for management of Granville P,. The two codes were received. At a later ^ ot the- evening, the Mayor formally mo. their adoption.— Aid. Palmer urged tlia\ atinnM he allotted for their a sideration by members of Council. — , Mayor acknowledged the reasonableness the representation ; and an amendment 1 consideration be deferred for a fortnight A agreed to. , VI The Works Committee presented vtfj recommending the carrying ont of works. The Committee deolined to .««' piffnd for acceptance any ot the ofi er^ u ,J for a pound, und suggested that a mittee be appointed to select a 6iiit*u%j for a p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRANVILLE ELECTORATE GRANVILLE POSTAL & TELEGRAPH ARRANGEMENTS. OFFICE HOURS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

GRANVllU eleotorat® f , ? ? ? Li ? ? GRANVILLEj 1 POSTAL & TELEGBAPH AHluitJE MENTS. I ! OFFICE HOURS, ETC. 1 i The Granville Post Office is oVenirom 0 a.m. to 6 p.m. ; Telegraph Office fronw a.m. to 8 p.m. ; Money Order Office and fcvern ment Savings Bank from 10 ft.m. to 4 p4- i on Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., andkom 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for receipt of deposits om. Mails arrive from Sydney 8.6, 1.6, o», and 9.30. Mails close tor Sydney 5 a.m», in.m,, noon, 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. (Saturday ted) . Sundays, 10 p.m. r (The Post Office is in charge ol ^Ii«*|lggs, Postmistress).

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Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

[?] Granville Bipnevo ^xiiety wai beld on^Monday even-. ing last, when accounts in connection with the late ball in aid of the funds of the Society were adjusted. The monthly accounts, amounting to £18, were passed. An immense amount of prac tical good has been done through the agency of the Society up to the present) time ; and it is expected that efforts to guard against all difficulties and mis takes in the future will result in a very material advance, even in that same direction. Mr. Swarm (the president of the School of Arts) is a tower of strength in connection with the fund. Sir. Smailes, M.P,, -obtained a grant of inbney from the Government some time ago to assist the Society's operations.

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Successful School Concert. CANTATA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Successful School Concert. CANTATA. ' A bonnie entertainment was that provided, for a packed house, at the Albert Hal], Granville, on Friday evening last. The occasion was the annual concert of the Superior Public School, Granville (William-street) ; and it can honestly be said that those who patronised the effort were treated to a most pleasant and interesting en tertainment. The teachers and child ren of the School rendered the can tata, -'Congress of Nations.' The theme of the piece is given concisely in jthe following argument, as given on the official programme : — ' The claims of various nations to superi ority and distinction are here Argued in a friendly 'wny by representatives who attend an ideal Congress. England is selected as the scene ot the debate. The trouble is to find an impartial judge. Pro lessor Marvel, the mairlcian. is at last chosen, and he calls in his aid, a jury of twelve mythical persons, fairies, etc. Evidence is then taken. A repre sentative from each na...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. PATRICK'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

ST. PATRICK'S. A grand tea-party and social In aid of the paroohial debt of Bt. Patrick's, Parramatta, will be held on the 3rd inst Tea win be laid at 6.80 p.m. ; dancing will commence at 8 p.m. As the last affair of the kind was a pro nounoed success, there is every reason to believe that a fall hoase will reward the efforts of the promoters on Wednesday next.

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ACCIDENT TO A FOOTBALLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

ACCIDENT TO A FOOTBALLER. While playing football on Monday Alfonso Doogiass had his ankle sprained, which will necessitate his absence from the field for some time.

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FACTORY-STREET W. S. SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

FACTORY-STREET W. S. SCHOOL. i At tbe conclusion of the usual afternoon service at Factory-street Wesleyan Sanday school, Parramatta, on Sundav last, the Rev. P. J. Stephen presented the prises to the moFt | successful scholars as follows; — For lessons: 1st olass— girls, A. Foster and J. Mitchell ; boys, L. Foster and B. Mitohell. Second class --girls (for attendance), E. Ford and G. Booth ; boys (for lessons), F. Ford. A special prise* was awarded to £ffle MeCarty for attendianoe and lessons.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

'fiC' ' DEATHS. [?] the tbove address. Mrs. Boberts wM imt in i her prime of life, she being in her 97th year. The cause of 4eath was the result of a fever' complaint, And her remains wore interred In the Baptist Cemetery, ParraauUta on the following day. The Rev. B. Book officiated at ; the grave.— The seoond death we have to re eord is that of a very old resident of Parra matta, via., Mrs. Lambert, sen., of Wentworth street, Parramatta. The deceased was well* known as having ocoapled a small shop at the Intersection of Chnrch-streetand Westers -road, where she resided and oonducted a fairly thriving badness for many years, until Bhe was advised— on account of chronlo rheuma tism and general debility — to seek rest in domestic li/e. She leaves behind to mootrn her loss a married son (T. Lambert, jun.), and one married daughter (Mis. Pratt). Mrs. Lambert was 00 years of age.

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DISTRICT GRAND LODGE, M.U.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

DISTBIOTGRAND LODGE, M.U.O.F. The h&lf-yeariy meeting *A the Gomberlond Dlstriot Grand liodge of Oddfellows, I.O.O.F., M.U., was Jidd at Granville. School of Arts, on Tuesday evening. Prior to its . being opeped a pmple leotnie was held, when three men were admitted to the P.G. degree. The meeting was then closed, and the D.G. Lodge opened, the ofSoes -being filled as under: -F«G«l£, Bro, J. Moriey { Bro. J. Diitton ; P.O.S., Bed. J. Scarborough. .The lodges represented were— FoantalnorFriendshlp,a(tOTy Moments, Apologies . far aotMrttrftflince were rsorirad -iom ine deU^ftte si tfie iK^al Star' ol Smith field «nd !Bro. ^Jij»nrd, P^.G.M. . The treasum's halanoe sheet Jar the qnarier was adopted. The^ndito^s report showlngastate m^'^ih^4istrietltt^-«M^teM!m The statement ijxowrf ^^tnorease ol £6L The memMqnhi^iMli^ now stood 'Ofi to me management j | ftmd wM lb^;mt W loc the quarto. The PHde trf ASttii ttimliAm to Initiate at H-« fe^eirfoonbibntteiB. .5^^KmU«^iU',li4rt '*efuf...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

FOOTBALL j The Queensland footballers will visit Parra I mottr on Jnly 10, and the following players to I represent the district have been picked for | practice J. Fraser, A- G. Fraser, Wickh&zn, Todhunter, Ebswoith, Douglass, O'Oonor, Uoyd, H. Motes, Byan, Wall, IaIot, W. Pye, W. Bltchfe, U. Tanks, Shortos, Hoarigaa and Davis.

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PARRAMATTA SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

PARRAMATTA SALES. On Friday all the yards were well supplied, though the variety was not large. In frait, some good-looking but small oranges, man darins and lemons were forward, but prices were low. Poultry was fairly plentiful and good young birds sold well. Dry weather con sidered) vegetables were good. Latest quota tions: Eggs, Is to Is Id; bntter, Is 8dto Is 4d ; suckers, 8s to 4s 6d ; porkers, 10s to 15s; peas, 8s 6d bushel; turnips, Is doz. bunches ; swedes, Is qr. ; cabbage, 6d to 9d dot. ; cauliflowers, Is to 2s doe. ; oranges, 6d toSa { lemons, 2a to 2s 6d; fowls, 2s to is: ducks, 2s Gd to 8s Gd.

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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

ACCIDENT. On the 18th inst. Mr. Stranger, of Kellyville, met with a painful acoident He was having a chimney built at bis residence; and whilst looking op at U the workman let a lot of mor tar fall right in the orchardlst's eye. Dr. EvanB fean that Mr. Stranger will lose the sight of the injured organ.

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UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES. The committee of the School of Arts has again taken up the matter of University exten sion lectures, with every prom'se of s brilliant result. This is most largely due to the energy and readiness of the u Hom4-readlng Circle/' here headed bv Mrs. Williamson, Fair dough and others, who have succeeded in getting a large number of local ladies to enter for the coarse. Go strengthened, the hon. secretaxy of the School of Arts (Mr. J. W. wui UW ium WUU.U1IJ AU ttinuiKUlK wr six lectures. This euocess has led to the nope that SO more names may be obtained, to niftW the requisite 70 for a ooorse^L sight lectures. Those who desire to entf^tbe closing examin ation may do sc^ ami the University authori ties will bgtfe certificates to such as pass. These tatores are intended, by the University, as aides to pupils preparing for the usual an* .Utt&l examinations ; and by such should be largely availed of. The fee has been fixed at j the tow seals of six shi...

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REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

REFUSED. A lotter has been reoeived by Mr. FameD, M.P., from the Works Department .with refer* enoe to a proposal thata bridge be erected in conjunction with the bridge carrying the Great Northern Railway at Ryde, to accommodate vehicular traffics. The Under-Secretary for Works in the letter states that It would be almost Impossible to build a bridge in the manner suggested. Should the question be considered at all, a new bridge would prac tically have to be erected, ana tbe Minister is of opinion that the traffic would not justify such a heavy expenditure as this would involve.

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Parramatta Police Court. FRIDAY JUNE 14. (Before Messrs. F. W. Edwards, P.M., and R. Harper,J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Police Court. ?? iflJDAY;'3UNE 14. '5 V ^' ^ ^(Brforc Mokstp. F. W. Edwards, F.il., and ; B. Horpcr, J.r.) ? ? ? ' BlcwmBeld,, Ufc.jj&n. imaqte of the cis 'i Aqrliipi ^or cmfl TO-*thBfe4?vltii as Hftns^h^and 4oCC&f6ning hltti. dal deposed thi^.bi^ThursdAy J4V,r l^imsdf at Ae ^j^Srafauitta lockop. When the -warrant was him, defecdoct ; said to him 44 All ^-'?fiijht : I'll plead guilty.' Defendant ad .%!?? mitted that he hit attendant Hanson, — 'with y - 'rTpdenck- \V . Unnson, yard iittendr.nl at me ?? V-A^rinm, .deposed that lie was \ralking along the yard nt 7 on Wednesday, when de ' 'lehdaibt came up, caught hold of him, and I .. .polled -hlin round. Bloomfield struck v\it i/ jia^t^theome'sharp instrument wliich was V;;iy^'hlfl hand. He struck two blows. Blood ? mil from the injnneB — on witness's bfow and :^-nose« „ Had d hot on; the front of which was cut .' ' th rough by tlie tlow; Gave no provocation. P. h Defendant oroes-cramined witness as to lies 1 -which th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

? ? : ? ? ? — — : ? , _ ? . : ?? The Old Australian Grocery House, W. GATES, it ' '| ? ? GEORGE STREET (Near Church Street), . s [ Established in 18631 , 3 Continues to Supply the Very Best Values in Choice THAS, FBESH ROASTED COFFEES, and General Grocsriea. . ? _ 0 \\ itli regard to TEA, a proper knowledge of Tea Values aud Tea Blending v. cannot be gained in tbo short tiino may be supposed from the number of Dabblers in that particular article who have recently sprung into existence. -i, Having had OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY'S PRACTICE IN TEA BLENDING, I venture to ask A TRIAL of my various Blends and other TEAS at prices within the reach of all at from -/9, 1/-, and upwards. Home of tbe leading; Brands of PACKET TEAS aro kept in Stock. Fresh- acade BUTTER from tbe very best Creameries received daily. f MAIZE, BRAN, POLLARD, OATS, CHAFF, WHEAT, HAY, STRAW . -j and best Brands of KEROSENE at LOWEST PRICES. .. J j ? ~ Customers Waited on for Ordcrf^^e^y. f ^ B0HT sbl'fcex? s Grates...

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SOUTHERN SUBURBAN LINE. GRANVILLE TO LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

&0U7BB&N SUBURBAN UNK. QR1KYILLB fO LIVERPOOL. Trains LEAVE GRANVILLE, (plot Bratta, at— 6 68. 7.0. S 67, 11 80, ftluae, 6 10, 6 it I e. ; 6 47, 7 21, 9 29 H, 10 10, 18 6. Baturday— 3 SO, r«, 1 10» 1 13, 8 *, 6 86, Ba&da*— 10 10, 7 l*. 9 *9 tf. Explanations— 8 e, Saturday axesptsd; U, mall Aniro at GBASTftLUS, IramamthC. 6 83m. 8*. 8 6\ 8 28, 8 4?. 10 66, 1 8CL 4 18, fii, 8 87, 7 JO, 9 to. . IfMBCtJay aad Satordar only, 1180. *atorday^4 21, 6 68, 7 0, ? Sfo&day. 9 10 am. floodaj— 880*, .6 6, 6 7. JBatariay fciranJen Tnloslears ftrnuaatto for tta Wsatoaiue at 8« maud 140pm

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Railway Time Table. SOBURBAN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Railway Time Table. 808UBBAK LINE. Tnlos LBAVB PAftftAHATIA tor Sydooy nt— i 4&, 616»K 6 66, 6 63, 780, 8 0, 81ftR,8 22wa 8 60, & 26, 10 *6, 11 25, 18 S5, I 86w, 2 £6. lib. I M, 6 0, & tt, 6 26, fl 60, 7 26. « SB. 9 *6, 1085, U W. Uoai&; otrty, 10 47 Bitanby only, 1 &6, 6 0. 8 SO p m 8uDdftv,616w, 0 0, 10 0w, 12 SO, lis, SSS, 8 86. I W, 6 95, 6 35, 8 tOw, 8 W, 0 *6, 10 25 Explanations- w Western Mo ; a (roai Rlohmond ; wt Hooday oxoepted. ' Tbe 2 26 train *1)1 vet down pMMDg«n, when t»- qotad, at tht KearopoUa. Tralni LEiVB 8YDNB7 (or PammatU— f f, 0*0, 7 50, 8 81, 915s, 9 S3. 10 tSw 1080, 1180, iceo, I 80 l * W -? e), 280, 8 80, 4, 4 80. 4 60v. 6 20, 6 60. 8 80, ( M I t w, 7 81, 6 «-*(?«), 8 8'J. 9 80. 10 80, U, It 80, It 0. ^ Satan] a? only, 8 0 w r, 16, 1 80 v t, 1 8S v. 11 25 pm Ba&iay, 7 85, ft 26 ? ft w, 10 0, 10 6, 1, I 10. 10U 4 *°' 6*9' 6M,W'~®35' *r 6 9 JO, Exploration*— W s, Western express -doc» not s'op at Parramatta); a, ...

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MONDAY, JUNE 21. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards, P.M., and Mr. R. Harper, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

MONDAY, JUNE 24. ^ ?? {Before Mr. F: W. Edwards, P.M., and Sir. II. TOT t . -Harper, J.P.) ifcw? r/ - John S. Porter was before tho Court on - suspicion of being of unsound mind. Con ctable Robertson deposed to the arrest of ^ Porter at Boqkwood on Saturday night ; had 1 recdvedMormation .that he had Absconded r frota th^Booklhxid Asylum and was of weak intclIecL'-. iPdrtca: was remanded for one week for medical ob&orvatioh.' , 7hoft.A^in, {or drunkenness, was fined 5s, in defaul t iih^risonment till *' the rising.' * Thpmto Freebone, lor drunkenness and dis ^ i-u joideriy oon^nct at Rookwood, was fined 10s, in |^flfanlti8ioura. ^^^ v-Thi same defendant was chargcd with .using t '^obsoene languago in Park-rood, Auburn. Dc- 1 ^?-^Ifendant wiaa &ned 10s, in default 46 hodrs 1 gui. ; . . . . ?

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