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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

t . ? . With the Advent of Spring also arrive the Freshest, Newest Novelties in Boot and Shoe Wear, and Iftl IA| i I I I MTI'' 1'^ IS NOW SHOWING AT HIS JQHN HUNTiK boot palace, The Well-known H ij I I DP LJ OTD C CT Qld Established House, ^J || ^J f\\J f| Q | f| ^ L. I TllllllOflilllO OF CHOICE AND WELL MADE rAflT OCAD InUUdANUo styles of rUU I OtAli Which will repay the Ladies and Gentlemen of Town and District To Select FrOtfl. EVERYTHING NEv/, FASHIONABLE, REASONABLE IN PRICE AND EASY PITTING In fact UNSURPASSED FOR THESE ESSENTIALS by any other house COMPBISING Goods from England, the Continent of Europe, and From His #// Own Immense Sydney Manufactory. /, TP PTIWIipT'I!?! BOOT P?IIiPE IS A DELIGHTFULLY COOL ESTABLISHMENT, and hence Ladies are not inconvenienced through having to hurry when making their purchases, as in smaller premises, in order to escape the heat. IN THE MEN'S MERCERY AND CLOTHING DEPARTMENT (- Vjllll iiVll 1 llAll STILL KEEPS THE LEAD FOR Hats, Shirts, Hosie...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. ST. JOHN'S BURIAL GROUND PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

Local and General. ST. JOHN'S BUBIAL GROUND PABBAMATTA. A meeting ot the parishioners ol St. John's Parramatta, was held on Monday evening, to consider a draft deed for the constitution of a trust for an endowment proposed to be raised for keeping in repair the old burial ground. Archdeacon' Gnntner presided, and the draft submitted was approved, with one or two amendments. The deed provides for the appointment of five trustees (inclusive of the churchwardens, who will be ez-officio members of the trust), and the meeting oppointed Arch deacon Gunther and Mr. F. T. Watkins. Over £300 have been received, and it is expected the amount will reach £500.

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

FOll A BBEAEFAST BELISH, TuTOtm COBN MEAL BREAD And WHEAT MEAL BREAD, The two Best Things In Bread that have been offered in Parramatta. DELIVERED EVERYWHERE. Machine Bread Factory, Church St, Parramatta. [Telephoke 27] .

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wise & Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

Wise & Otherwise. Kn- x is gone, and J-s departed Varl — ys furloughs just begun Lidb— ys ont of friends with J.G. And the five's reduced to one. Pagan fatalist would style it— ?? One more freak of mighty Joves1 '; Gone's the party (like Hans Breitmann's) Lidb— y's hud a row with Groves. Gone'* the party— bottom'B busted, Gone to timash, or ' up ft tree ' (Similes please please yourself with— Take your choice— ^there's two or three) Gone's the party, Mends1, gone busted Missed the ?? fishes and the loaves ': Missed are all the sweets of ' offis ' L— by's f Allen out with Groves. ?Tufit when all was fair and Bhiny, All a-top and all alive All hut home, the vessel foundered. Wrecked in port— The Solid Five, The one saved to tell the story, How they battled and they strove '», Just the captain —role survivor Grand and ' solitary G ? s.' Vanity ot human forecast! Yet one rubs his hands with glee Says, he's' doing very nicely ; ' ' Come out top ' has Mayor S ? After all their mac...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RIVER! [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

THE RIVER! The Free Press has not had a long existence, as yet ; but one thing its conductors have not failed, perhaps, to make plain to their clients, the reading public of this district, and that is, the fact that the Parramatta Hirer is, as they believe, the key to the prosperityof the old town, as well as of the many creditable boroughs and townships by which it is surrounded on every side. For that reason, we have no doubt that the following letter from Mr. C. E. Jeannebet to the Auburn Council will prove of much interest : I delayed replying to jour letter of 18th tout., Id the hope that I might be able Bend you a valuable map given to me by the Government Borne time ago, showing accurately the sound ings, etc., and other particulars ol the Psrra matta River from Ermington to the head of the navigable portion of the river. I have made diligent search, but 1 nave not been able as yet to find the map. The possession of this map (a copy of which can be seen in the Harbours and Hi...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

^^H^PIH^k ' 'Tis not in mortals to command success. . / ^KasIF^^^^ ^'^ wc'^ ^° ')e'*ier' Semprotrius — we'll ^ ' flj|JKi||-i^^k deserve it.' -t^'/ 2 4g^^KB&. LateBt Novelties in High ^^|HHk^ Art Jewellery. r^^^^^H^^^M^S -^ Large Stock of Spectacles ^^^^^^Bhii^^H^H| & Eyeglasses to select ^o^^^^^^^k' j^^^^^^^^H from. 'WI^^Bk^^^^W [j MAXIMUM VALUE. ^K^K^K/Kri0^\ MINIMUM COST. -fcs THE LEADING WATCHMAKEE AND JEWELLEE, Goldsmith's Hall, Parramatta. g Mr. Wm. BENNETT, | g Surgical & Mechanical S |. . ? DENTIST ? ?§: I Church Street, Parramatta. 1 1 § jC»/ Hollis : 'J n-ni. to 5 pjn. § THE Cntnbcrlgnft |ra- ffiress. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1805.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

til, ? , BENSON'S NEW SHOP IS NOW OPEN = ^flBH^^^HSSSSf Purest, Whitest, Best Snowdrop SUGAR 2D- Per lb. New Season's TEA 7'' 9D- ls- Per 11k l^^^^SNHHffVlMtM Milk ? 6d per tin Bloater Paste. Moir's 2Jd per tin Bice, best Japan '2d per lb— 71bs for Is Candles, ? , - ,, 31bf^!j WMmKBNm^mHm^ZZLJ3 JanMreal) ? 3d „ Salt, fine table .... 12lbs for 6d BaUCe, Worcester (imported) 5 bottles for Is Starch, Hoftmau's 4d a box— 3 boxes, li3a WmSSmSgggm^^^lBm Sardines best small 3d „ Soda, imported .... 121bs for 6d Vinegar, best malt .... 3 bottles for (id Federation Flour, ... HA per packet J^^^^^BHi^^ltaMH » -- Lar6e 5d ' Whiting, ? 12Ibs for 6d Kerosene, American, 150 test, water white, Corn FIOUT, Wade's or Ship brand y^^^^SSS^f^t^^m^tJ Fresh Herrings flat tins4jd „ SagO ? 41bs for 6d 4Jd per (juart, 10s per case 7 llil(:kets ?r ls- / '?i.^^^§SHSPlpfiS3i^H balmon, very best .... 6J „ TapiOCH ? 41bslor6d Cocoa ? 3Jd per packet Mustard 4 Jd per tin * JS&jjSpSsSS produce srir: t^ssasK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

INSURE YOUR LIFE, Take advantage of .the .VfW Life Atmnum Tal,le created by the LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE ?? TME^GKEAT FIBE * LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE WORLD,' Under which only Half ihe Amount of OrdinVj fremlams, are payable by the Assured during tlie First Five Years, whilst fall Kmmtit ol policy will be payable in the event of death uftcr nnynicnt of the first annual premium. * / 2 /r ? &/? ' *' / J EXAMPLE : / Ac- not ncecdini; 20 .. £0 17 11 per annum Age not exceeding 40 .. f 1 12 2 per annum ? 25 .. 10 3 „ ? 45 .. 1 18 7 ? :ifl . . 1 S li ,, ? 50 . . 2 7 5 ? »3 ..174 „ ? 85 .. 2 l'J 5 The d'aijutrul it/ Ihe .Ifcire .luiiiial Premium* mum £10!) in Hit creut of ilmlli. These Terms are the MOST HEASOXADI E yet submitted by any Life Assurance Company. Total Asscls to 1H94 . . . . . . £9,374.898 sterling Total Claims paid . . . . . . . . £30,431,812 sterling Total Net Claims paid in Australasia . . . . £1;904,000 sterling Total Annual Income .. .. .. £2,836,803 st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

WOMAN & HOUSEHOLD. '? Australian Homs Journal ' Paper Patterns No. 870.— The ?? New Boxpleat ' Blouse is yhj dnssj. and is suitable (or Bilk, lawn, , ?epbjT and cambrics. It hu » plain tight fitting lining, on to which is pleated the material (or bodice, which is again stitched on No. 370.— New ' Boipleat ' Blouse. j Paper Pattern, 7d. poiit free i to the lining at waist so as to overhang the belt '?? in Iront when on the figure. A plain material ' jotoover which is stretched a handsome lace and t'ght rink collar covered with the same is next arranged. Tight lining sleeves with deep ''* ' laoe coffB, and a double puff ot the material ', ? with epaulets of lace, complete a dressy blouse suitable for day or evening wear. | = ? No. 871.— New 'Shirt 'Blouse.- Our illue- | ; _ |JH1M^L_ \ fm Mr B* No 87L— New ?? Shirt ' Blouse. mk ' paper Pattern, 7d. post free. IKjratlono! the Hew '?Shirt'' Blouse is one of EOn73mnle«t patterns to be found, and yet it BrCmO dba -one of the -most ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

lc^% kJflSf^lfai MAKE NO MISTAKE ! ^M I ^LTjL to laugh is to crow fat- I 1 ^-wQ* SUMMONS GRAHAM'S I -d'^5?[^p3 AERATED WATERS . . .1 i-^^ oixon street. g^^R B^EER & GORDIALsJ njjj Carts Deliver Daily. [JO] S Country Orders Promptly Attended To. IS' THE BEST IN TOWN. !=j]

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Fashion Words from the Old World. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

» -,.« yy.- ???.- *- ? » ' Fftshion -Words from the fe. KdMWbrid. S-'tcBM-pleftted^frillB and flounces are iMMrfffly wutorgHHwd, wri tfnjr.nich y^lwf Mmay - worn. Speaking of l^ltfMpftbe new £ta£taJ»«i jp££ii3wire i&*Hon,: «d«8d with wohe ^^^*^fwfa'cb iive JDrt made WSMpZ^Mi** «olUr at the PS5.wiwn6tjKm.cn other tide bust. Such u trimming in cream en tredeux, witli ruches of black velvet, would look well with the simplest bloo.Be and give it tbe desired touch of Parisian elegance. Variations of vivid colours still con tinue to rage. Blue in every possible simile, with admixtures of lemon, cherry, Indian red, China rose, and tender greens arc blended in a way that robs them ot their crudity. Linings are adapted to transparent material in a way that en hances their beauty in no small degree. ' One of the prettiest dresses I have seen this season was a zigzag white muslin witli a tiny faint pattern of red-current pink. Seen by itself it was most insig nificant, but lined with a...

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SEVEN HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

SEVEN HILLS. When the band begins to play at Windsor it will be its pleasing duty to give a second time, ' See the conquering hero comes.' As Josh Billings says, ' You can't argie agin a success,' and the victory won by our right trusty Mr. J. C. Fitzpatrick is definite and unchallangeable. Now that the mortification of an immediate second election is over, it ib cratifrinc to Mr. Fitzoatrick's friends, and must be a source of satisfaction to himself, to find that «- far from receding in the confidence of the Rylstone electors, a trial has had the effect of deepening the confidence. Day' unto day uttereth speech, and serves to set, as hard as cement, the opinion expressed in your paper a short time back, that the country could do with more journalists in Parliament and fewer lawyers. Hope you don't object to this sentiment. Mr. Wragge, in hit; meteorological system, adopts for the purpose of simple identification and avoiding confusion, a plan of naming each Btorm, such as Fert, Del...

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"Wedding Music" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

'Wedding Music' A quiet but pretty wedding, took place at St. John's Church on the 12th inst., when Buth (Sissy) Meads (daughter of Mrs. Meads of ' Beading ville,' Harris Park}, was united' in the bonds of holy matrimony to Mr. H. B. Barry, the well-known and highly re spected townsman of Parram'aita. The ceremony waB performed by Rev. Archdeacon Giintber. Tbe bride (who was given away by her .eldest brother, Mr. Fred Meads), was atttod in white silk-striped crepon, trimmed with chiffon and ribbons ; white hat with chiffon and feathers. A white shower bouquet completed a charming and effective costume. She was attended by three bridesmaids. Miss Fiorry Harry was prettily attired in cream veil ing and lace, hat to match, and tarried a bouquet of cteam roses. Two little dots, nieces of the bride (Doris and Leila Meads) looked very dainty in cream smocked dresses, buttercup sashes, puritan bonnets to match. They carried bankets of cream roses. Miss E. Harper presided at the organ. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
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ROOKWOOD. A Hue and Cry. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

ROOKWOOD. A Hue and Cry. Rookwood was the scene of an ex citing and painful sensation on Monday evening. For some time past a man, ' Thompson,' has been leading a vagabondish life between Auburn and Rookwood, much of his time being spent in and about the hotels. He was fast developing into anidleanddissolute person - with - no - lawful - means - ofsup port-or-fixedplace-of-abode, and quali fying for a spell of hard labour, as such, in one of the state prisons. 1 Even graver ' whispers, however, got about concerning him ; and on Monday lie was, it is alleged, found in the act of criminally assaulting a little girl named Churchill whom he had partly decoyed and partly forced into a secluded place under the railway bridge. As as he was discovered he made off, with a good sprinkling of the men of Rook wood after him. Eventually they bailed him up on the outskirts of Auburn, and sent for Constable Mac nainara, who removed him to Parramatta lockup. Ho was brought up on Tuesday morning, bu...

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The Rydalmere Ball. A FRAGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

The Rydalmere BalL A FBAOMENT. ( Time : Krin-,io-l)ini,l«.. , For burly Teddy Bj-an (An1 share I am not Jyin') Was bossing the proceedings at the ball. And there, as I've a sowl I spotted Father Powell, The blithest and the merriest of them nil. For Mollle was belle, At the Rydalmere Ball ; And its loth I'm to tell Of the crush in the Hall, When the spalpeens were flocking around her. Despite the fact that in certain quarters our little flights ot innocent fancy give offence to those who find the journalistic pace we set a trifle killing, it would be unfair to allow the records of this year's dancing season to close without a fitting reference being included, to the successful ball at the School of Arts, Bydalmere, on Tuesday night. Large contingents from Parra matta, Ermington, and Balniain joined with the local people in the revelry by night. And when the lamps shone down upon fair women and brave men — for Bydalmere bad gathered there her beauty and her chivalry ; — When the boys...

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AUBURN. Auburn North Public School. OPENING OF AN ADDITIONAL WING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

AUBURN. Auburn North Public School. OPENING OF AN ADDITION AI/ WING. The exquisite site on which ihe Auburn North Public School is situated was the scene of a festive celebration on Friday afternoon last, on the occasion of the opening of tho recently-erected structural addition to the school. The children in tho morning assembled as for school duties, but were dismissed ?about 10 a.m., to enjoy themselves in and about the grounds. As a result of the liberality of the members of the School Board and teachers and other friends, all the appurtenances of a picnic (including luncheon) were pro vided for the young holiday-makers — most of whom were in holiday attire. The ground during the afternoon be came the rendezvous for several hundred adult visitors (chiefly residents of North Auburn, North Rookwood, Silverwater, etc.). The grounds, as set off by plantations and ' avenues,' and adorned by streamers of 0ags, had a very pleas ing appearance. The wing which lias just been hund:;d over...

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PROSPECT AND SHERWOOD. Council Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

PROSPECT AND SHERWOOD/ v| I Council Meeting. 'vSt. A meeting of the Prospect and Sherwood jj- «S Council was held on Monday evening. Present: ',£«3 Mayor W. Noller, and Aldermen Holliar. Wmk Oleadall, Jones, Jamieson, Sargent, and T- ijjBl Muston. -. .-S|Bj CoausroKSKSCK. 'I*jBs From Gas Co., re their purpose of opening » iSJH street, in order to connect Mr. Bastings' houM #»' with their main. ?HfiBi From i. Garrard, M.P., re the deputation on 4S» -ue ivmi mat. ~j£?iKi From. G. W. Smailes, M.P., apologising for .SK tbsence at said deputation, and explaining ? '?ASMa reasons for bis absence. s3»B From O. McCredle (?? Linnwood,' Guildford), ||w! promising to assist the deputation. -.; .'VS'-'w Retorts. H« The Finance Committee's report recom- o^H mended payment of accounts amounting to \^SM £48 14s 8d. -~^B The Overseer detailed the work put in, on - -'-%-S various jobs carried out of late in the monici- ?;?? pality. '??M The Inspector reported what had been done, ?^?sM of late, in hi...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

Brief Mention. Bravo, 'Fitz.'M Benson and Co., the grocers established in Gowing's old shop, Parramatta North, had to shut out customers on Saturday night ? The greatest peculiarity in business Been in Parrajnatta for a long time. Union C.C. Social on Monday night last. Grand ball, Rvdaunere, on Tuesday evening —a great success. Mr. F. L. Govring has made Alterations in the interior of his fashionable shi ..ping depot. Ladies have more room and more air whilst making their purchases of drapery. Brave, fat, jolly Constable Tom Sherwood was in l'arramatta last Monday. He was all smiles, as usual. For all manner of repaira to watches, clocks, and jewellery, go to G. E. Kichabdbon, removed to a few doors from Marsden's.* Alderman Ryan rendered good service at the Bydalmere ball on Tuesday night. The ball was such a phenomenal success, that the need for a larger hall in Bydalmere was plainly emphasised. The O'ReiUy-Maxted-GUmour matter cropped up in the Assembly on Tuesday night. The man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

mEA DBINKEES! IT1EA DBINEEBB|^^H mEA DBINEERS !! ^9^B ECONOMISE. ECONOMISE. ECONOMISE. ^HS IT IS AN ADMITTED FACT THAT -5f^H 2 E'S T % E'S iWm At 17- Per Pound. |8| Is Equal to any Tea in the Market at l- 9f-|gS| Gib. ct 121b. Tins. Satisfaction Guaranteed, JfSsmSk Cash returned. ' -'S^Bs IS- TRV IT. TBY IT. TRY nVijjIb'Ma ^^P^^roK- -#^H J^TOOHEY^ PRODUCE MEBCHAKT, Comer CHUBOH * W^H PHILLIP STS., PABKAMATTA. ' -|S;K AU Prodace at Lowest Market Retet. ? 5ffiB8

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

? - ? ? ? ?? ??.- s* DRAPER, MILLINER and CLOTHIER, Victoria House-. Fuller's Buildings, Church Street. Is Now Showing .... OI^DIMO sO-aPlO-T^O Newest, Most Fashionable, . . . In Each Department Ol lllllV^I \3f w \J LfO and Best-selected Stock. . ? ? ? i ? ?____ / Dress Department / Large Range of New Muslins. Zephyrs in Plain, Stripes and Checks. GaJateas — Strong, Heavy, Good Value. Prints and Sateens, Light and Dark. New Shades in Cambric for Blouses, Fast Colours, Newest Designs. Shirting Prints, Newest Colours and Stripes. Pongees, Llamas, and Delainetts in a large variety of Pretty Designs. Fancy Costume Tweeds. Silk and \Vool Mixed Tweeds. Fancy Spring Coatings. Wool Beiges, Crepons. Black Grenadine. Black and Coloured Cashmeres. Nun's Veiling, etc., etc. Haberdashery Department This Department is now well assorted with all ; Plain Haberdashery. Also Novelties in Bead Trimmings. Fancy Buttons. Combs. Brashes. ; Perfumery. Soaps. Belt Buckles. Purses. Baskets, etc., etc. | Mil...

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