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The School of Arts Exhibition. A VARIETY OF ATTRACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
The School of Arts Exhibition. A VARIETY OF ATTRACTIONS. We should like our readers to remem ber that the exhibition of school chil dren's work (including some of the prize and other exhibits from the Melbourne Exhibition), the conversazione and fancy fair in aid of the building fund of the Jfarrarnatta bchool ot Arts (wlucn is loaded to the amount of £1300), will be opened by Sir Henry Parkes on Tues day evening next, at 7.30 p.m., in the Town Hall, Parramatta, and. will remain open each day, till the following Satur dajr, from 3 to 10 p.m. An unusual variety of attractions, in addition to the special objects of the affair, has been secured by the committee. The ladies' committee, under the secretarial guid ance of Miss Hassall, has worked un tiringly to achieve a pronounced success, and the reports submitted at the last meeting of the executive indicate that no stone has been left unturned to bring about the desired result. . The Eosehill brass band will bo in attendance daily. A ...
MR. DALE'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
MR. DALE'S CANDIDATURE. Mr. David Dale commenced his elec tioneering campaign at Hunter's Hill on Monday ovening, and addressed the electors from Davis's Hotel. Mr. C. E. Joanneret, J.P., occupied tho chair. There were about 150 electors present. The Chairman stated that thoy might suppose ho was in a peculiar position, as ho hal announced himself as a can: didate for tho vacancy ; but the fact of tho matter was, as he had since learned that Mr. Dale at the general election had been asked to retire by Messrs. Farnell, Nobbs, Linsley, and. Ritchie, and having responded to their wishes, he (the Chairman) considered the wishes of his party preeminent, and he had pleasure therefore in giving way to Mr. Dale, and supxiorting him at his first meeting. Mr. Dale regretted the cause — the death of Mr. Linsley — which brought him before the electors of Central Cumberland, to ask them for thoir sup port to elect him in tho place of their deceased member. Mr. Linsley would havo loft his mark in...
Dundas Municipality. A RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
Dundas Municipality. A KATEPAYEKS' ASSOCIATION FORMED. . .. ' A well attended meeting was held at tlieEydalmere Hotel, Dundas, on Friday evening, to take steps to form a rate ' payers' association to watch the actions of the new council. Mr. T. M. 'William- son was voted to the chair, and. was sup ported by some leading residents, _ in cluding candidates atthe recent election. The chairman briefly referred to the necessity of such an association and its value in the municipality. Mr. AV. Spur way moved 'That it is desirabloto form a Eatepayers' Association for the .Borough of Dundas to assist and protect the ratepayers.' In a forcible speech Mr. Spurway dwelt upon the necessity that exisied for such an association. Mr. Ch Gregory seconded the resolution, speaking to it in an able manner. Mr. T. Smith supported thoresolution. Ho deprecated any allusion to the com position of the Borough Council or to the manner in which the recent alder manic elections had been worked. Had the libera...
MR. BRODIE'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
MR. BRODIE'S CANDIDATURE. Mr. W. A. Brodie commenced his campaign at Gladesville on Tuesday evening, and spoke before about 50 electors in front of Munday's Hotel. He stated that lie attended the meeting of the Free-trade Association of Central Cumberland on the previous evening in order that ho mip'lit. rln Tin rKaTtr»Tir»iii. ablo or mean action to any other candi date seeking the suffrages of free traders. Ho had communicated with Mr. Pulsford, tho secretary of the parent association, and had received tho following reply : ' Dale retired at general election on distinct assurance of snpport on future occasion. This support wo must now render, always providing that we feel the constituency approvo our action. We assume no right to pledge Central Cumberland.' He awaited the discussion over the so called promised support to Mr. Dale, and he received the distinct assurance that the local branch of the association was pledged to no candidate. It was his opinion, therefore, that he had ...
Rookwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
Rookwood. Eev. J. Saugesson has been invited to lake charge of Eookwood Congrega tional Church for tho month of July. A FAiiEWELL tea is to bo tendered to tho Eov. J. M. Bayloy on his leaving Eookwood on 1st July. A public meeting of tho Froetrado party is called for Friday night by the president to roalco arrangements for tho coming eloptipju. Mr. Qokmley's now hall is rapidly ap proaching completion. Such a place is urgontly wanted to hold meetings in, and wo hopo will be often used There is a good opening for a mil liner in the district and ono of tho now shops might be woll utilised for tho purpose.
Auburn. THE BRIDGE AND CROSSING QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
Auburn. THE BRIDGE AND CROSSING QUESTION. A public [meeting convened by the committee of the Progress Association, was held in the public hall on Monday night, for the purpose of ascertaining the views of residents with respect to the proposal for closing the railway crossiner. contingent uoon the offer of the Commissioners to erect a substantial bridge near Steel's hotel. There was a full attendance, and very great interest was manifested in the proceedings. The chair was taken by Mr. W. M. Thomas, president of the association, who read a letter from the Commissioners, ad dressed to Mr. R A. Ritchie, M.P., as follows: 'May;8, 1889. Sir,— With re ference to your interview relative to the Auburn over-bridge, I am directed to inform you that there appears to be so much diversity of opinion regarding the site for the over-bridge, the Com missioners do not at present intend to move in the matter ; but if your con stituents will agree to the bridge being built opposite Steel's hotel, and...
Auburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
Auburn. A New Cuuitcit. — Tho Baptists find tho building they aro temporarily using for church purposes inadequate to ac comtnodato tho Sunday evening con gregations, and are theroforo talcing stops to raiso funds for building a brick church. The sito is on tho northern sido of tho line. Cuuiicit Festival.— Great pains wero takon to givo eelttt to tho annual tea festival at the English Church, which took place on Tuesday evening, and was marked with success of a pheno menal .nature. More than two hundred sat down, in relays, at the various tables and tho repast was much enjo3red. The after proceedings wore both enter taining and interesting, musical selec tions alternating with speeches, recitations, &c. Tho speakers com prised clergymen, churchwardens, sidesmen and 'sympathisers. In ad dressing the audience, tho incumbent, Mr. Colvin, claimed that nearly every family in the parish was represented at the gathering. The Puogkess Association. — Tho XH'osidont, Mr. W. M. Thomas...
The English Law of Libel. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
The English Law of Libel. The 8th' section of the Libel Law Amendment Act, 1888, repealing tho 3rd section of the Newspaper Libel and Registration:. Act, 1881, provides that no criminal prosecution shall be com menced against any person responsible for the publication of a- newspaper for any libel published therein, 'without the order of a judge at chambers being first had and obtained '—the judge being substituted for the . Director of Public Prosecutions, whose consent to the prosecution was required, by the 3rd section of the Act of 1881. Will an appeal lie from an order of a judge under the new enactment? ?? On' tho whole we think not, but the question is a difficult one. By the 49th and 50th sections of the Judicature Act, 1873, ' Every order made by a judge of tho High Court in chambers, except orders made in the exercise of ' his discretion as to costs, 'may be set aside or dis charged upon notice by any divisional court, or by the judge sitting in court, ac cording to the pr...
Parramatta Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
Parramatta Borough. Council A special meeting of tho Borough Council was hold on Saturday last to consider a resolution of which Alderman Taj'lor had given notice in roference to Mr. Goorge Stone's claim for consider ation. Present: Tho Mayor (Mr. F., Beanies) and Aldermen Taj'lor, Booth, Neale/Brodio, Ferris, Dellow and Drew. Tho following correspondence was dealt with : ? ? ? ? From tho Department of Works, stat ing that tho Councils application for a pipe drain from the Western Road to Clay Cliff Creek had been referred to tho proper officer for report. From McLean Bros, and Rigg, en closing a letter from Farmer and Co., stating that the desiccating machinery for the Parramatta Council was pro ceeding quickly, but that there was an amount of very earoful work to done which roquirod its own time. : From the Department of Lands, stat ing that the site for desiccation purposes had boon reserved from public sale. From tho Council Clerk, Granville, fixing tho conferonco between tho tw...
Viticulture in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
Viticulture in Victoria. The 'Australian News' (a new Melbourne publication) says : — The establishment of a Viticultural College has been determined upon, but a sito has not yet been chosen; tho growers of the Murray, district and tno growers of the Sandhurst district each contending for their own neigh bourhood. It has also beon suggested that an annual arbour day, tho same as in United States of America, should be adopted. The subject has been warmly taken up by several of the leading bodies in the country, but it has not yet been finally decided on. The Phylloxera Board has made another ex amination of tho donudod vineyards in tho Goelong district with a view to finding out whether any of tho inscets were still in existence. After digging in several vineyards, no trace of phyl loxera was found, though some of tho roots were alive ton years after tho tops had been destroyed, until tliey.came to a vineyard which, having, been, planted with orchard trees the owner had ro fused to a...
Fishing by Electric Light. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
Fishing by Electric Light. There is frosh astonishment at hand for those dwelling in tho deep between tho Isle of Man and Anglesey, in tho shape of a four days' drodging ox pedition in the Liverpool Salvage Association's steamer ITiicena. It is organised by the Liverpool Marine Biology Committee, and the successful experiment of last year is to bo re peated— that of lighting up the top of the sea by electricity. The ^electric light is to be let 1 down in tow-nets. Crustacea and ,pther creatures of the deep will c'ome 'to it — this has been proved already — as moths to a candle flame and salmon to a torch-light. — Electrical Review.
How to Utilise Running Streams. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
How to Utilise Runnng1 Streams. A new method of utiising the power of running streams hapbeen devised by M. Tarn, a Russian eUineer. His a2) 2)aratus consists of tn endless cable carrying a series of .anvas cones which open and shut likenIi umbrella. The cable 2-&sses overa double drum on board of a rJntor; and at the other end over a pi Jey fuspended from a buoy. On the wer 2-vrt of the rope the conw are oijll0(l and forood forward by the cm,rat of water, thus setting in motion a f.aft or drum. Printed ana ^.wished by TnojiAri^terir Richard Stewart Richardson mid Alfhed Gazzjlild, solo proprietors, ,t their Steam Maclnno Piinto? office, George-street, Parriunatta. '
MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION. NO DECISION ARRIVED AT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION. NO DECISION ARRIVED AT. A genoral mooting of tho Central Cumberland Frootrado Association was hold in tho School of Arts, Parramatta, on Monday evening, tho president (Mr. John Taylor) in tho chair. Tho busi ness was tho selection of a candidate for tho vacancy. On tho motion of tho Prosidont, tho following resolution was adopted by those prosont simply standing : — ' Tho members of tho Central Cumberland Freotrado Association desire to record their deep sorrow at tho death of tho lato representative in Parliament, Mr. J. R. Linsloy, J.P., whoso services as a monitor °f our Legislature, a magis trate, a citizon and a follow associate of this our association, woro highly estoomod. And wo f urthor dosiro to ex press our hoartfolt sympathy to tho widow and mombors of tho family of our lato beloved and valued friond at tho sad bereavement, and trust that heavonly solaco and consolation may be granted to thorn.' Tho Prosidont reported that Messrs. Dalo, Boyd, ...
The Vacancy in Central Cumberland. A SPLIT IN THE FREETRADERS. THE CENTRAL CUMBERLAND FREETRADE ASSOCIATION. MEETING OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
The Vacancy in Central Cumber land. A SPLIT IN THE FREETRADERS. .THE CENTRAL CUMBERLAND FREETRADE ASSOCIATION. MEETING OF THE COUNCIL. A meeting of the council of tho Con tral Cumliorland Freetrade Association was hold at Mr. John Taylor's rooms, Parramatla, on Monday afternoon. Tho President (Mr. John Taylor) pre sided, and thero wore prosont — Messrs. W. Spurway (Field of Mars), C. W. Mills (Dundas). S. Goold (Ermington), J. Saunders (Parrainatta), T. W. Taylor (Liverpool^, P. HocMoy (Carlingford), W. Forsyth (Rydo), W. Stimson (Fair fiold), N. Harpor (Adderton), Rice (Western Road), Fitz A. Boyd (Guild ford), J. J. Miller (Pnrramatta) and J. H. Mansell (secretary). It was reported that an account of over £20 was outstanding from tho last election. The secrotary stated that Mr. Frank Farnoll had withheld £19 from/ his account, which amount (Mr. Farnoll stated in a communication) Mr. Dale had promised to pay. Mr. Forsyth stated that Mr. Dale had promised to pay the amount last Thur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
LETTEBS AND TELEffRAMS UEOEIVE PEOMPT ATTENTION. Undertakers* STATE AND EEFOEM FTJNEBALS conducted in the most respectable manner and at Moderate Charges. ? Lead, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shortest Notice. Wreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards a Speciality — printed as required. ?;???.?? Church Street, Parramatta. ^ A Startling but true Discovery. Furniture Warehouse. The noted Cheap House in Parramatta. Bargains in Bedsteads and Bedding. Drawing Room Suites. Fenders, Fire Irons, Coal Vases, Kerosene Stoves, and Gas Coseys. ' Kent and Basket Grates. Dumpy Stoves. The Henley Skates, 10s 6d per pair. Our Pictures are really worth a visit, FOOTBALLS AND FOOTBALLS. See our 4Jd cabinet size Photo Frames, the talk of Parramatta and District. Nursery Fenders and Guards, cheap. Combination Lanterns for Candle or Kerosene, Is 9d each. Fretwork Machines, saws patterns : and wood. China, Glass and Earthenware. SAINTY BEOS. Furnishing Arcade, . \_/Il III UJUL O hi ocJ u ? ITdA 1 djl...
LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
LACROSSE. Tho Iroquois journeyed to Parramatta Park on Saturday, whore they mot tho Mohicans, and after a spirited gamo tho visitors were de clared tho victors by four goals. The Mohican team showed a decided improvement on thoiv last year's form, and played up splendidly to avort defeat, Lord,_their captain, doing yeoman service. For tho winners . Grice, G. and L. Pottit, Hurst (2 goals ), 'Millin ( 1 goal), W. Pettit (1 goal), and Everingham rendered a good account of themselves. S. J. Fowler piloted tho winning team. ; ,
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
THE TURF. The proprietor of Adam Bodo's Benevolent Consultations forward us the names and ad dresses of winners of prizes in his consultation on tho Birthpay and Brisbane Cups. Tho names are not sent for publication, but as a guarantco of tho bona fides of the consultations presented by him. Should any person desire to seo the list, ho can do so on application to this office. Adam Bedo is recognised as ono of the strnightest men that confidence was ever reposed in by tho sporting public.
"The Noble Young Constable." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889
'The Noble Young Constable.' An interesting and solemn service was held in the Granville Congregational Church on Sunday evening in the presence of a large congregation. After the itsual reading, singrinc:, and prayer, the pastor, tho Eev. John Furlong, preached, the subject of his discourse being, ' The noble young con stablo, David Sutherland.' A few sec onds of silent prayer being offered, the preached commenced by saying he had sethimself a painful task, such, as always made him sad at heart, because the necessity of bringing these events to the front from time to time showed tho awful possibility of men and women ? living without realising where death must land them. Mr. Furlong took for his text 1st John, 3, 11 and 12 verses, also Hob. xi, 4. He said so far as proof had gone, James Morrison was tho Cain of that evening's subject. Like the Cain of old who slow his brother, and with the bloodstains upon his hands and his soul, God brought the Cain of Pott's Point face to face wi...