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Temperance News. CARRINGTON TENT [?]OR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

Temperance News. nAT},T?TwaTnisr ttsnt t o t? The 90th. meeting of the above tent was held on Friday evening, tlie 14th instant, in the School of Arts, Parra matta, under the presidency of the O.K., Bro. P. Morovi.71. Invitations were recsived from ' Cap tain Cook' Tent, I.O.E., Cumberland Convention, I.O.Cr.T., and Prince Alfred Division, S.O.T., to attend anniversary, Glover's meetings, and social respec tively. Bro. Bewick, as tent represen tative, gavo a report of the recent Council meeting. Nominations for principal offices were mado as follows: — For O.K., Bros. E. A. Withers, T. H. Martin, and W. Bewick ; for D.K., Bros. W. Bewick and W. Littlefiold ; for secre tary, Bro. J. Button ; for treasurer, Bro. W. Westcott. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Bro. F. W. Lovell of tho Hope of Chippendcile Tent for his presence Bro. Lovell responded in suitable terms.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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A LIVELY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

A LIVELY MEETING. A mooting of the council of the Liver pool Freetrade Association, called by the vice-president, Mr. T. W. Taylor (one of the candidates contesting the vacancy in the county), was held at Liverpool on Friday evening for the purpose ot considering tne situation and determining upon a candidate in tho freetrade interest. Mr. Yarney Parkos presided and there was a full attendance. : The president suggested that as Mr. Taylor was a candidato he should leave the room, but Mr. Taylor objected to such a proposal. Mr. W. Smith moved, and it was seconded, that Mi-. Taylor was a fit and proper person. Mr. W. H. Mackenzie. J.P., proposed Mr. David Dale. An amendment was moved by Mr. T. L. Peate, J.P.— -' That a conference of delegates of all the branches of tho Freetrade Association be held at the rooms of the Freetrade Association in Sydney.' Mi-. Taylor then went on to discuss the situation at length, until tho president ruled him, out of order, contending that he. (the cand...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Cumberland Convention, I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

Cumberland Convention, I.06T. The quarterly meeting of the Cum berland Convention, I.O.G.T., was held in St. Paul's schoob-oom, Carlingford, on Friday. Tho mooting O2-onod at 4 p.m, 'Bro. John Saunders, president, occunied the chair. Officers nrnsnnf ? Bros. W. B. Smith and C. Gambling, vice-presidents; Bro. J. IS. Price, treasurer ; and Bro. J. Button, socro tary. Kopresentatives woro presont from tho following' lodges : — livening Stay, Happy Thought, Star of tho East, Universal, Orungo Blossom, and Shor woud Eaugors. Tho minutes of the last general meeting were road and con firmed.! ,: : .,..'? .;.-.': ; .? '' ?'.''. '?'?. \ The socretary presented a report ? of work done during the past three months. The treasurer's report of general i fund showed: — Eeceipts, £52 0s 5£d;' expenditure, £.51 Is Id; balance, in | hand T9s; 4jd. ' Monthly1 'Visitor' fund :.. Eeceipts,' £2 10s 3d-;; , payments, '£7' 7s; Id ; ' cash inharid, £2 9s 2d. It was decided. that the place of nex. meeting bp...

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Current News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

Current News. Tin-: 'Lancet' says that Australian wines are rapidly rising to tho level of the wines of France aud Germany. Samples of wines from tho St. Hubert vineyard, Victoria, compare favourably with French wines, and it is only prejudice which retards their genoral use in England. Mr. V. Fahneij/, without notico, in tho As sembly, asked the Minister for Lands whether the Government would consider the claims of tho residents on tho Field of Mars Common, who had been in occupation for 80 or 00 years, and whoso claims were equnlly worthy of can sideration with thoso of the settlers on the Newcastle Pasturage resorve. Mr. Brunker replied that the matter would receive fair con sideration from the Government. Foj.lowjxo tenders have been accepted: — Jas. Ward, cooking apparatus for Parramatta Gaol ; Hy. Vule and sons, light draught stern wheel steamer for Forest Branoh, Moama ; Banks aud WJiitehurst, removal and ro- erection of lighthouse, Ulladulla. The Uovcrnmciithavo wisely deter...

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The Vacancy in Central Cumber-land. THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

The Vacancy in Central Cumber land. \ '% .?'; THE 'NOMINATION/ ? v ?/ ^ '. -\ ''-::;?/'-' :-. \- ''?;'? ?? - ? '?' :-. ??? ?,????. The* nomination of candidates aspir.-; ..^igto.the vacancy in vthe ?parliamentary, representation Of Central'Oiiinberlaiid took pi ice on Saturday last, at tlie ? hustings, GranviUe. The Boturning oflicer (Mr.' 'G. E;-- Young) presided. JNot much interest was maniiosted in the proceedings, judging by the attend ance, which did not exceed two hundred persons and was not nearly so represen tative of the county as 'is usually the case with the hustings crowd in Central Cumberland. -.- : On ; the -;? hustings we noticed -Messrs. J. Nobbs and B. A. Bitchie, vMs.IV and Messrs!']?. Beanies (Mayor of. Parramatta), J. Fulford |Mr.yor of Duridas), G. Loveil (Mayor of Eyde),1 Eico, J. B. Trivett, W. Smith, W. H Windsor, W. Drew, W. Spiirway, J.- Franks, T.Muston. V. Parkes, W. Forsyth (Bydo), John Thorpe, John Lackey, G. 'Wright, and N.; Harper. The candidates, Mes...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Victorian Phylloxera Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

The Victorian Phylloxera Board, The members of tho PJiylloxera Board have had an interview with Mr. Dow, Minister of Agriculture in Vic toria, and pressed on hin to take im mediate action in havins: tho infected vineyards, known as Mrs. Evans', hear Moorabool, destroyed at onco. There has been serious delay over this matter, on account of the compensation claimed by the owner, but the Board recom en- ded the Minister to obtain the author ity ,of ^tho House to enter at once any vineyard, where the pest was . dis covered, and destroy it, compensation to bo decided by arbitration. It was also suggested that the Board be placed at the service of New South Wales, where the Phylloxera is known to exist, with tho view of giving that colony the bonefit of their experience. Mr. Dow said he would instruct the Secretary for Agriculture to procoed at onco to Gee long and arrangofor the destruction of Mrs. Evans' vineyard, but with regard to. the second request, he would need to consult the othe...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

Local Topics. For some purposes, tho Government reckon Parramatta as metropolitan-suburban, but not for others — why it is difficult to say. They should ' iholu'db it, anyway, iu that, category, whbnoompiling tho ' vital statistics for Sydney and Suburbs.' ' ; Might not a fund bo gotten togothor for tho purposo'of keeping in good order nnd poroimial brightness tho littlo gardens in front of tho O ptta go Homes 'i If tho caro of them bp left to. tho inmates, tho -way in which thoy will bo treated;will assuredly not bo oithor regular or effective ; for though tho spirit of .tho. -aged ones may bo ns willing ns over Barkis was, the flesh will be woak. ? ??'?. ? v ? , ? * * ?- ? ?? ? . Mrs. Riimstcrn speaks of the Petrified Man us tlio work of the sculptor PhiUas— mud .'.she's not fur out, possibly. ? Leoturo-General Ritchie was very adjec tival at the last meeting of tho Parramatta Borough Council and his references to the Mayor wer'o 'troth umestheticaily conceived and ooarsely execut...

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Railway Agitation at Dundas. AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. A LEAGUE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

Railway Agitation at Dundas. AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING.. A LEAGUE FORMED. A LAnctE and ontlmsiastic mooting of tho residents of tlio Dundas municipality was held in tho Rydalniero Hull on- Monday evoning for tho purpose of agitating1 tho desirability of hotter railway communication with tho metro polis. The Mayor of Dundas, (Mr. J. FulW ford), presided and'thore were present most of tho aldermen of the municipality and Aldermen Lovoll and Forsyth, of Rydo. Tho chairman, in his oponing remarks, said ho felt gratified at seeing so largo a meeting It showed that tho residents fully realised tho great necessity for better ruilway accommo dation. Ever since ho had boen in tho district tho mattor had occupied his attention, and he felt suro that if they got a railway through their beautiful district, they would bo getting no moro than they wero justly entitled to. Ho would first call upon Mi', B. C. Simpson, the engineer for tho Rosohill Kailway Line Com pany, to givo thorn an outline of a ...

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ALDERMANIC ROWDINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

ALDERMANIO ROWDINESS. . ? «, ? We do not hesitate to characterise as shameless and disgraceful tho action of Aldermen Ritchie and Booth, at the last meeting of the Parranmtta Borourfi Council, bv which with mis chiovous intent they brought about a no-quorum and the consequent shelving of a considerable amount of important municipal business. Nothing can ex cuse such- petulant and unmanly be haviour; on the part of Aldermen who profess, forsooth, to constitute ' the salt of the Council's Liberalism. The Mayor who, (as it is needless to observe), is not infalliblo, would, however, be quite com petent to discharge the onerous and responsible duties of his position, were he only cordially supported by his brother aldermen. Even an infallible Mayor would bo unable to conduct municipal affairs to prosperous issues were ho confronted continually (as Mayor Beames is confronted) with the obstructive horse-play of coarse and unseemly 'practical jokers like Aldermen Ritchie and Booth. ? It is ...

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Sports and Games. CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

..,-.. . Sports and Games. , : CUMBERLAND ARGUS OUP. Coates C.C v. Auburn C.C. — This match which was to be continued last Saturday, was forfeited by the Auburn CO., who considered their chance of winning hopeless, thus leaving , Coates C.C. winners ' of the above Cup and Central Cumberland Cricket Assooia tion Trophies.' ' This is the , second match in theso contests where tho Cpates C.C. have established such a substantial lead that their opponents realised the hopelessness of continu ing, arid forfeited.

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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 22. THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

THE FHUITGEOWBES1 ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 22. THE ELECTION. The ?' oloction'-al position is the same as what it wus last week, that is to say tho schism in tho I'reetrado camp still continues, and with it the pro bability that the Protectionist minority inaymiike their game out of the ' cut throat ' policy which is being pursued by tho supporters of ono of the can didates professing Preetrado. ; ,; Tho electors of Contral Cumberland have now howevor before them araplo ovidonco to show that tho position which wo took up in this column last Saturday was unquestionably the proper one. No loyal Freetrader but must now bo aware (1) that his party is bound to support Mr. Dale's candidature; aud (2) that Mr. Bhodie, though possessing a perfectly legal right to como forward, is, in a grave political juncture, jeopardising by his action the fortuuos of tho Cause to which he pro fesses allegiance. As tlio 'Sydney Morning Herald ' has accurately pointed out, tho deplorable cir cumstances of t...

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. MONDAY, JUNE 17. (Before Messrs. R. Crawford, J. Foster, J. Smith, and J. Pearce.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

Parramatta Petty Sessions. Monday, June 17. (Before Messrs. E. Crawford, J. Foster, J. Smith, and J. Pearce.) Charlotte Smith and Thomas Sayers, 'were charged with behaving in a riot ous manner in Church-Street. : Con stable McNamara stated that he saw the two defendants at about midnight on Saturday. They were making',; a great noise and pulling each other about. The conduct of the female defendant was something scandalous; both defendants were undeir the- influ ence of liquor. Sub-Inspector Latimer asked for a remand. Mr. Kompthorno objected to the remand, biit the Bench thought the remand a reasonable one and remanded the case till Tuesday, Mr. Kempthorne said that his clients would withdraw their plea of not guilty and plead guilty. They were fined 20a each. ? John Savage was charged with being drunk ; also with refusing to leave the bar of TattersalPs Hotel when requested. He pleaded guilty to both charges; fined 20s or 7 days in gaol for the first offence and 10s for the latte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

, / THE AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED EVEEY SATUEDAY MOKNING AND DELIVERED TO ALL . TARTS OP' PARRAMATTA AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT. a. a. Siibfccription, per quarter, in advance 2 0 Do. booked .. ..23 Sijiglo copy . . . . . . ..02 Tehms of AirvEirasiNa : t,. a. Three lines ? 10 Sixlincs.. .. .. .. 1 9 One inch , . . . . . ..26 Each additional inch .. .. 2 6 Births, Marriages and Deaths (each) ? 10 Special terms for ; advertisements ordered by the quarter. Casual advertisements must be prepaid, ex cept in the case of firms or persons having running accounts Tvith us. .. .- \ ? Persons ordering advertisements on behalf of any club or society ivill be held personally re sponsible for the payment of same. ' . ' Advertisements must state, upon the face of them the number of times they are to be in serted, otherwise they will , be continued and charged for until countermanded. ; , ' LITTLE & CO. September 24th, 1887. ?? CHATFIEI/D & BROWN; LICENSED SURVEYORS ? ?? ...

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Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

f Agricultural an^ Horticultural. . I t.~: . [By WestmeXi).] ? ; | JcJXE^rEMsrroR 'the BvsiwtousE.; — Keop^ nznlens and rhododendrons well syringed : f or'tlirips;nre very partial ;to iliese plants, aiid if 'nllowcd headway, would seriously interfere Svith their flowering. Put plants of miniums into earthenware pans.' .-.They '?. show to gfeater- advantage^ in niasdes.^ Give tlieoLa compost : of decayed \ vegetable mould and -well rotted manuro to grow in'. Water copiously in dry weather. Pelargoniums should be making sturdy growths. Keep them on the dry side ; and if heavy rains should set in, lay the pots on their sides to prevent excessive inoistiire at the roots. Water carefully and syringe overhead in fine ?weather, choosing the early part of the day for these operations at this season of tEe year. . .; j HOW TO HAVE HeALTIIY &WINE.— Carefully abstain from giving any medicine. Keep large, and small separ ate and not more than ten in a lot. Feed regularly and liberally a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

jyf.ODERN PHOTOGRAPHY. HERBST, 28, OXFORD STREET, f SYDNEY. iggT Nearly Opposite Mark Foy's. INSTANTANEOUS PORTRAITS. . ^INSPECT OUR LARGE DISPLAY OF ARTISTIC 'WORK. POPULAR PRICES : . , THREE CABINETS , FOR : ; FIVE SHILLINGS. '? ? ' Open on Saturday Aftornoon and all Holidays. MR. W. MALING, (Loader. of District-Liedertafel Orchestra), rriEACHER OF THE VIOLIN, A Visits and receives Pupils at liia privato residence, PHILLIP-STREET, PARRAMATTA. TERMS: Per Quarter (iu Advance), £2 2s. TERMS OF LESSONS : Oue Hour Per Week.

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Righted at Last. CHAPTER XLVI. ( Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

Righted at Last. CHAPTER XLVI. ':.: ;'''; v r ? Cf Continued. J .-??;?' ;. : The cleverest men are apt to judge' others in somo degree by reflection; of their own natures, and so go wide of the mark; Coutts tried to reach the good-will of Mr. Shield, through' his pocket ; and he went wide of his mark. [He was, however, at; present .happy in the idea that he had:;scored. a bull's eye. . . ...... ,,_.... ? ' That '. all: you see to do ?' queried Shield after a pause, during which ho watched Philip. ; : ? : . ? ; ' So far as the forgery is concerned, that is all.' , . ! Ah. ... I see more. Maybe wo can get back a little of the waste. No saying. AVorth trying. Anyhow, we can have a grin at the beggars who thought us bigger, fools than we look ed. That's what we've got to work for.' ' I don't quite see what advantage wo are to obtain iu that way.' ' Clear enough, though. AVe re cover a part of what is lost— -maybe the greater part. Don't give AVrentham or your brother a hint till you see...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

/^ilianUiRLANl) BUILDING LAND \J AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. LIMITED. CAPITAL, £100,000. Paid up capital, £20,000 'Uncalled capital, fin, 000. Revervo fund £2000. ..;.'; .;.,.???'. Money received on Fixed Deposit nt the fol lowing Hates : — For 12 months, 7 per cent per miiinm. ' ; ?'??' 0 months, i- per cent, per annum, And 3 percent, at call. , Savings Bunk- ?Uraneli.— Deposits of One Shilling and upwards received, and six (0) jior. cent, interest allowed on tlio Monthly Balance, and no notico required for withdrawals. JNO.J AS. MILLER, Manager. Office— Masonic Hull Buildinjrs, George-street rpiIE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK JL BANK. PARRAMATTA BRANCH. Puid up Capital . . . . £500,000 With power to 'increase to £1,000,000 Reserve Fund ..... £310,000 Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits nt current rates Bills discounted and advances made on ap proved security. Dr«f ts issued on nil tlio principal cities in tho H. M. TODHUNTER, Manager.

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Central Cumberland Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

Central Cumberland Cricket Association. The Committee niot on Thursdayeven ing. Tondors wero received for oloveu gold medals for the olovon of tho winners of the Cumheiuajjd Aiigus Cup, and that of Mr. G. E. Richardson was accopted conditionally. Coates C. C, woro declared the winners of tho Anaus Cup iu consequenco of Auburn declining to finish tho match.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

^/r.ODERN PHOTOGRAPHY. HERBST, 28, OXFOKD STREET, SYDNEY. rSgjT Nearly Opposite Mark Foy's. INSTANTANEOUS PORTRAITS. ijiir- INSPECT OUR LARGE DISPLAY OF ARTISTIC AVORK. POPULAR PRICES : THREE CABINETS FOR FIVE SHILLINGS. Open on Saturday Afternoon and all Holidays. G, E, RICHAKDSON, TBACTIOAL TITATCHMAKER, JEAVELLER, ETC. Fuller's Buildings, CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA. i^* H Your Watch Stops bring it above Address. u'g|i SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. J. PAUL, /GENERAL CARRIER, Etc. Vans for Hire by the Day or Hour, Furnituro Removed with Care. MAOQUARIE-STREET. PARRAMATTA PUBLIC NOTICE. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED MONTHLY, Of FURNITURE, Crockerywarc, Glassware and General Ironmongery. No Reserve. Frederick Staok & Company (Late F. A. Artlett.) GORDON' MeKINNON, A RCHITECT AND BUILDING J\. SURVEYOR, FULLER'S BUILDINGS, PARRAMATTA ROYAL ARCADE, SYDNEY. Plans, Specifications, and Correct Estimates for all descriptions of buildings. Motto : Economy, Strength, and Beauty. Office Hours : 10...

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