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C.B.L. and I. Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

C.B.L. and I. Co., Ltd. The adjourned annual meeting of this Company was held on Wednesday afternoon last, the following shareholders being present; Mr. F. Beamen (Chairman), Messrs. Black, Birk, Crispin, Miller, Murray, Pearson, Paull, Pollock, Richardson, Salter, Tiddswill, Vahren camp, and Mesdames Ireland and Aing. After reading and confirmation of minutes of last annual meeting the report and balance sheet as printed and supplied to each share holder were taken as read, and duly adopted. The Chairman intimated his willingness to supply any information those present might require as to the working of the Company. An expenditure of £47 was necessary to put in repair certain houses after a severe storm ubout 12 month* n^o, he told Mr. Crispin. Mr. S. J. Pearson thought 8% was too mucli to be navini; for the overdraft of £1H.470 at the A.J.S. Bank : hut tho Chairman suid tbcv hud I tried and could make 110 other arrangement at present, much as the directors would like to do j so. M...

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

BlffiDIRS YOU LIKE GOOP TEA 1 Sjjp' ' THEN DRINK THE CELEBRATED I 'JOHN BULL'' BLEND. lfc\ £ / / SOLD B'Y ALL STOREKEEPERS. gi -M/t ? §|r' A Quality ? Is. 3d. per lb. B Quality (Pure Ceylon) ? Is. 6d. „ ?; . C Quality (Perfection of Tea) ??? Is. 9d. „ Should you bo unable to obtain this Tea from your Local Storekeeper, I j Send to us and we will sec you get it. J. A. BULL & CO., Ltd. 192 CJL A KE1CE STREET, SYDKEr. (WHOLESALE ONLY.) ' Australian Home Journal ' Paper Patterns. ? Our illustration ie for a reception or fete dress, aod coald easily be worn as & dinner gotfo. The skirt is made in tbe godet pattern of corn flower blue crepon. The open blonse is made of tbe same, and bo are tbe sleeves. These are both lined with the palest of blue silk. The full waist-coat of spotted baby muslin is over Ivory silk, aod the same ncn lining is used for the lower part of tbe sleeve. A fall gathered neck completes this most charming toilet. Tbe dress would look equally as prett...

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Wise & Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Wise & Otherwise. Willsomeooe advise a poor far-away Mayor. Who is anxious to do what is right, | The trne action to take -the true chart-line to : steer, (Short of shutting the shop for tbe niulit) When a Councillor comes to his Council board seat A-shade-less-than-awfully ? ? Will some one explain how to push business on How the minimum trouble to lose When one gen'lman every two minutes or so Insists upoQ ' airing bis views.' And when it's most painfully, painfully clear The said gen'lman 'e been on the ? A mimic crisis has arisen — in a little town adjoining a big cemetery. A certain com bination has (not to put too fine a point on it) ' bust up,' and the leader and his hitherto faithful -lieutenant are estranged. No longer do men speak of the solid five ; and the erst while 44 solitary ' fighter— who, only a month ago, triumphantly contrasted his then leader shin of tne majority with the davs when shallow critics dubbed him the ' solitary ' — gives promise of being as '...

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

I WSi iT W0N T TflKE vou A moment iBfNii - 1 I ^m-/.gy/s TO READ THIS ! ? fflftfLgJ jj 51 LI AVE you ever tired Hi J« PERRY for Provisions? If not, do so at once. He keeps tjn SJOL everything you can mention in the provision line, cooked or uncooked, winter or summer, its * 1= all the same. If you can't call or send, WRITE A NOTE— it will have the same attention. ? », El BUTTER, for instance, is one of his special lines. Quality and Price cannot be beat. Send for a Ira sample pound of his Creamery Butter, or send word to the shop for the cArt to call. BACON— He pNwpyiBgXj?'--- pU keeps the very best Hand-cured from 4d lb. PORK, Fresh and Pickled Dairy fed. This year he is ' 151 getting in from Mr. Bennett's Farm, Castle Hill, SUCKING PIGS to order. POULTRY of every 1 [j=j description. Fowls, dressed, from 3 /? pair. We also dress your own poultry, sent for and delivered all ready for the table at a r=J small charge. Poultry Bought, Sold or Exchanged. All Kinds of Small Goods, Cooked...

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

Mcintosh & todhttntbr, (H. E. Mcintosh— F. W. Todhunter), SOLICITORS, GEORGE STREET, PAItltAMATTA (Next Woolpack Hotel), And at 121, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. ^ F. W. Todhuntkk, Commissioner for Affidavits. THE ATTENTION OF THOSE DESIBINO A SPS&7 P9MP Superior in character to any yet offered to the Public, is directed to H. T. Smith's Patent. It is strongly made, the Pump being of large size and the best material. All valves and working I parts are made of metal / , OQ^ Affi-OHAMBER ^ n &lloWfi nf ft. AAntlnnnnD atratm n* MM_ l.: ? ^ kept OP wjthoaj constant pumping, By changing (be nozsle the machine forms ft goo4 (iar^en Sprinkler, &sd can be need for Wfrfihfqg windows 9Q-1 bqggies, extinguishing fires, e(c, |(s proper use in the Garden or c Orchard raf&ns ? SUDDEN DEATH to an iorm9 of Scale Life, Aphides, Oodlin — Moth, Faugus growths, aod other rests which I are at present destroying nearly ail the orch ards ana gardens of Australia. a t Has ta...

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

'THE NATATORIUM' unKaSI^nt. 400 PITT ST., HAYMARKET. THE GRANDEST SWIMMING BATHS IN THE WORLD. Sea Water Swimming, and Hot Sea and Fresh Water Plunge Baths. Open Daily from 5.80 a.m. to 9 p.m., and up to 12 (noon) Sundays. A fresh supply of Sen Water Daily. One Swimming Bath is reserved for Ladies on Mondays and Thursdays from 3 to 9 p.m. under the charge of Madame Clutha. Hot Sea Water Baths strongly recommended for Lumbago, Rheumatism, &c. A small sea water swimming basin, and hot sea and fresh water plunge bajtoJbr Ladies and a y S Children open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. c^Oy -3 J. PERCY iffifi, Manager. J The Old Australian Grocery House, w. GATES, GEORGE STREET (Near Church Street), f22//y [ Established in 1863 ]. Odntiau.es to Supply the Very Best Values in dhoice TEAS, FRESH ROASTED OOFFBES, and General Groceries. With regard to TEA, a proper knowledge of Tea Values and Tea Blending cannot be gained in the short time may be supposed from the number of Dabblers in t...

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WOMAN & HOUSEHOLD. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

WOMAN & HOUSEHOLD. FASHIONS. ? Never do women look better than in the full flush of the summer, when mus lins and cottons have superseded silks. For matrons there are the resourceful summer crepons and grenadines, and the old-timed oachemire of light make, which has once more been reinstated into public favour : it has come in with another pair of old favourites, alpaca and mohair. What delightful wear al p»oa is ! and how much it is patronized lor morning, travelling and, driving dresses, &c. It always looks fresh, for ? it resists the dust perfectly ; and in gray, : : iawn, black, dark blue, & c., is — I may say^— a leading fabric. Grey alpaca ' ; ;wwh white satin trimmings lqoks cbarm - ing. Matrons, too, don alpaca, which can, now be had in plain and fancy de . signs. Pongee silk and satin merv are other materials that do not show the tast ? Skirts still continue wide and in jot let shape; therefore they must be well inter UnM with horsehair cloth to keep...

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SERVICE OF SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

I SERVICE OF SONG. A vsry pretty service of song entitled ' The Roll-Call,' was given in the St. John's School room, Parramatta, on WednesdAyevening. The explanatory reading was rendered by the Rev. R. Book, and was illustrated with a series of j beautiful limelight pictures thrown on to a j screen by a powerful magic lantern. Much credit is due to Mr. W. Noller, who superin tended this portion of the entertainment, for the way in which he manipulAted the lnntern and slides, and avoided those troublesome hitches which so often occur on occasions of the kind. Mr. S. Champion had worked ably and well in ms capacity oi secretary, nr. v miers Champion was An efficient musical conductor, and Miss Bennett skilfully presided at the or gan. During the evening the following solos were' sung, 'Where is my wandering boy to night?' Miss Bennett ; 'Pta kneeling on the threshold,' Miss Purdue; and ' Only an Ar mour-bearer,' Master 0. Claughton. A quar tette— 41 Lead, Kindly Light '—was tastefully...

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ILLNESS OF MRS. GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

ILLNESS OF MRS. GREEN. On Wednesday night last, Mrs. J. Green, of Wentworth'Street— one of our best known resi dents — was stricken with paralysis, and has since been only in a semi-conscious condition. Mrs. Green (who isabout7B vnars of age) was formerly Mrs. Arttet, and among her children bv her earlier marriage are Mr. F. A. Artlctt (formerly Borough Inspector) Mrs, Fleming and Mr. Jas. Artlctt of the town. She was much respected in Parramatti for licr quiet benevolence and readiness to be of service in I cases of distress. Dr. Phillips is- in attendance.

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THE BEST NEWS FROM WESTON: [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

THE BEST NEWS FROM WESTON: At 8.80 p.m. on Friday a private wire from Cobar stated that Weston's party had cut their ! reef (Queen of the Earth) at 45 feet level reef, 4ft. ; with gold, very fine.'

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SCHOOL OF ARTS PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

6CH00L OF ARTS PARRAMATTA. The monthly meetitg of the general com mittee of theabove was neldlast Friday. Pre sent, the president, Messrs. D almas, Vallaok, Willis, Quirk, Todhunter, Coates, /Murray, Illidge, and Waliord. The treasurer reported I the balance to credit to be £15 14s Bd; Mr. I Coates' adjourned motion bearingupondanoing in the hall o! -the institution .was, upon his own. motion^ farther adjonraed till 'January, . The matter of caretakers oottage was then discussed, Mr. iDeLow moving, that in the opinion of this meeting 'it is practicable to hoila a caretaker's oottage.V Mr. Quirk 'seconded. The motion ?fm carried. Upon Mr. Walfonl's motion It :was decided that the money derived from the )-afeaar be borrowed and placed to cottage fund, ' tad- that subscription , lists be distributed. ^angst tbe members of the c9q1mittee. lt hufrer 'agreed that fiter t^e'lerection of the ^age?and the removBls iherel&to of the ensi ftfrwfon frents derivable ' from the three jira6...

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

PARRAMATTA HOSPITAL. The committee of tbe Parramatta Hospital met on Wednesday. Present: The Ven. Arch deacon Gunther (President), and Messrs W. Martindale, G. Mortimer, G.Greenway, A. E. Morsden, (hon. treasnrer) and F. Morris and Mr. T. D. Little (secretary). Accountsamonnt' ing 'to £110 8s 2d were passed for payment. On tbo motion of Mr. Grecnway it was decided to tranter tbe trust norount of th' institution to the Savings Bank of N.S W. The treasurer was instrnctcd to take li-e neceRsary formal steps. — Tbe secretary handed to tbe President n list of life members. The Chair man said the list was hardlv complete ; and it would need revisinc.— The Government sent a special grant of £100 (on the sum of £138 9s 4d — received by tbe P.D.H. in connec* 1 tion with the Hospital Saturday effort). I A discussion took plane, in which committee men expressed the opinion that ffomething in connection with that fact, wanted looking into It was decided to write for further particulars. — Donat...

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DIED IN GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

DIED IN GAOL. An inquest was held in Parramatta Gaol on Tuesday, on the body of a prisoner, John Grant. The deceased had been remanded from Katoomba for medical treatment. The jury returned n verdict of death from natural causes.

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The Ladies of Granville. ENTERTAINED. THE GENTLEMEN GIVE A RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

The ladies oi Granville. | ENTERTAINED. THE GENTLEMEN GIVE A RETURN. ' On with the dance ' quoth the curly-headed black-eyed M.C., Mr. Aroh. Tetley, ' let joy be unconfined ; no sleep till mom when Youth and Plea sure meet to chase the glowing hours I with flying feet.' And the joyous tnrong on a witn tne dance. The gentlemen of Granville and district had met to give the girls a treat — to let them see in fact that there was much truth in the old saying, ' Better late than never; and that they had in these days of the New Woman no grudge for that-ihe sweet gentler sex should have led the way this season at the Albert Hall. For the girls had been the first to challenge I and their chivoo at Gran ville a few weeks ago, was it not gladly recorded in the columns of the Fbee Pbebb the other flay as.1 a function at which was shown to the world ' in general, the way in which things should be done! The Hall was magnificently deoox? ated; and the floor with its dressing of Frenoh chalk looke...

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

RECIPES. Ivy Prkhkrvkh Colour. — Get ulmut two pounds of nicc ivy leaves, put tlifin in a : sauccpau, pour some, water over thorn, and j boil for hali an hoar. Take out the leaves, put me water in a tub with a little soda ; any kind of blaek garment can be washed in this, and will preserve Its colour. Black cotton stockings can in this way be prevented from turning brown. Bread Puudiko (Superior). — Three ounces of fine breadcrumbs, two ounces of butter, two ounces of white Bugar, three eggs, the rind of a lemon, and one pint of cream or new milk. Pot the butter into a basin with the BUgar (pounded) and the grated rind of a lemon ; pour in the boiling milk or cream, stirring till properly mixed. When nearly cold, add the breadcrumbs, the eggs (well beaten), and a few drops of almond flavour, mix the whole together, and bake it in a buttered dish in a moderate oven. I A Good Cuuh\'. — One t&blespoonful of curry powder, one small ohioken or one pound of meat, milk of half a co...

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"The Last Dance." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

'The Last Dance.' On Monday evening last, the 7th inst., the Auburn Assembly celebrated tbe close, of the dancing season :by a very enjoyable ' Butterfly *' ' aanoe in the Auburn Hall, whioh had been gaily decorated by the Hon. Secretary, Mr. T. Simpson, assisted by several mem bers. Through tbe kindness of Capt. Mjfrr$y, of Newingtoh, a plentiful supply ot ftgntjng was obtainable, it was hung in tbe 0%11 pad yith the aid of pot plants, ferns, flowed #tc., if] made the room look like a fairy bower, j The many different kinds of butter flies worp by tbe members and visitors | (the majority of whom wore evening dress) looked very becoming. / These decorations were worn in greai profu sion. | The ball commenced at 9 pin. with tbe Grand March, led off by 'rofessor Evans, M.C. to the Club, i nd Mrs. Evans, the Mayor (Alderman Tt ylor) and tbe Mayoress of Auburn next, followed by Mr. J. Wade and Mrs. Wi de, then Mr. and Mrs. T. Simpson, and! ie whole retinue of members and visitori . Afte...

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Parramatta Police Court. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. (Before Mr. F.W. Edwards., P.M., and Mr. R. Harper, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 12 October 1895

Parramatta Police Court. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. (Before Mr. F.W. Edwards, P.M., nn.l Mr. 1!. Harper, J.P.) For riotous behaviour in Church-street, Herbert Charles Powell was mulcted in the stun of 20s, levy and distress, or three days. For flowery language, 40s or three weeks. For annexing four mandarin, 6ix peach and four plum trees from the orchard of Mr. John 8tranger, of Kellyville, William Jordan was ordered to pay lis 6d, value of the trees, and 20s fine, in default 21 days. I'he uppers o! Jordan's boots overlapped the sole*, and his fairy footprints in Stranger's orchard 14 put him away.' Mr. Richardson defended. Arthur Rutter, a boy of 10, for obscene language at Merrylands, was, despite the in genuity of Mr. Richardson, fined 40s, costs 4k 10s, with an alternative of three weeks. For a similar offence at Auburn. Kate Kciup bad to pay 10s fine, £1 10s costs, or go up for 14 days. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5. (Before Mr. R. Harper, J. P.) Denis Cus&ck and Patrick J. Murmv, for dr...

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Ryde Electorate. RYDE. Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

Rude Hcctorate. RYDE. Municipal Council. The Hyde Council met on Friday, October 11. Present: The Major (Aid. Jordan). Alder men North, Worthington, Belts, Swan, and KruBt. Apologies for non-attendance were received from Aldermen Hlbblo, ridding, and King (the two former through illness). Repobtb. The Finance Committee's report wee read, containing accounts passed (or payment, which amounted to £400 14.i Dd.— Adooted. The Works Committee reported that an inspection h:id been mudc -if the bridge on the PuramaUa-rood, mar Frulinuton, and they rocomraended that the old ilucking, which they considered dangerous, t^iuuld be replaced with Ben-, the girders to be of harrl-nood 10 1 10in., and the flooring' 2Jin., fastened by Sin. spikes. The whole should cost nbout i'1'2, and be done by Council's labourers. As to the piers ol the waiting-shed at Gladesville, the cummillee left the matter in the hands of their chairman (Aid. Beets) to inspect nod nmk ? a report. On the suggestion of the Maj...

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Police Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBFR 15. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards. P.M.) CARRYING FIREARMS ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

Police Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBFR 16. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards, P.M.) Cabbyiko FrAEinuB on Sunday. Michael Leonard pleaded guilty to the charge of publicly disporting himself with a fun on Sunday, the (ith inst ; but urged that ' be was unaware in so doing he was committing an offence against the law. The magistrate stated, with apparent regret, that lie was legally unable to inflict a smaller fine than £2 ; and Michael seemed to sympathise with his sorrow on that score, as he handed over the ' beans.' ' Homncn Ovfr.' T. Macgregor charged J. J. Deakin with un lawfully ' holding on ' to a certain tenement after his notice to quit hod expired. Deakin, on the other hand, wanted to know all about some goods of his, which had been sold under ft distress for rent. Also he had other goods on the premises, and he wanted time to remove them. — Verdict, by consent, for possession to be given up in ten days, and for payment of 6s 6d costs. No-s Ebt. Henry Evans v. Mary Plock.— Neither party to t...

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THE GIPSY'S.. ..DAUGHTER. CHAPTEB XXVI (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

THE GIPSY'S . . ..DAUGHTER. CHAPTEB XXVL (OontinueA.) She could read nothing in his face. If she could have Been into his heart, she would have read that such a memory of Hose couH not thrill him now, for between that kiss and to-day lay a great black gulf, -wherein glowed, Bembrandt-like, one salient picture — himself standing beside the bed of a drunken wife! It was .not Sir Victor s nature to allow himself to be gloomy long; he Eked the bright side of life. As they tarried in' the hall of armor, he became cheery again, and told stories, and . . quoted legends, and so they climbed to Lady Violante's tower. ' First you must tell me the story,' said Lady Lenore, and sitting in tie embrasure of the narrow window, her hands folded in her lap, she listened to the tale he had told Boss, sitting on a turret, of Lady Violante's old -time home. When it - was ended she rose and went to stud? the portrait. ? It is a handsome face,1 she said ; ? great beauty, but very little soul. I fear Lady...

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