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

?LETTERS AND TELEGEAMS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Undertakers'.' ' STATE AND REFORM FUNERALS conducted in the most respectable manner and at Moderate Charges. Lead, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shoitcst Notice. Wreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards a Speciality- -printed . as required. Church Street,; Parramatta. . - A Startling but true Discovery. Furniture . ?;?? - Warelionse. ; The noted Cheap House in Parramatta. Bargains in Bedsteads and Bedding. Drawing Room Suites. Fenders, Fire Irons, Coal Yases, 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 9 d each*. Fretwork Machines, saAvs patterns and wood. China, Glass and Earthenware. SAINTY BEOS. Furnishing Arcade, Church Street, Parramatta. SA T...

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

THE POLLING. will take place to-day (Saturday), from 8 to 4 o'clock. Mr. G. E. Young, the Returning-officer, has with his usual promptitude, completed all arrange ments for tho convenience of voters. Polling places are noted in our adver tising columns.

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The Electon. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

The Electon. TO TOE EUITOU OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. Sie, — To-day tho Freetraders of Central Cumberland have the privilege of asserting their belief in, and their loyalty to, a political principle that, in the oninion of those amongst their number who give the most earnest thought to the question of securing- the greatest good of our young country, cannot be over-valuod. To-day wo have the sad spectacle beforo us of those who have shouted loudest for ' sacrifice ou behalf of the Cause,' for 'united effort for freedom,' for 'loyalty to a glorious principlo before any personal considerations,' shrinking from the front in this display of political morality, and throwing to tho winds loyalty, ' the Cause,' nnd their own dignity, as par ticipants iu a grand assortion of do vqtflduoss to tho best interests of Naw South Walps ! This is tho action of some of our leaders; and it seems to me, as a rank and file Freetrader, that tho time has conio for the units in our political army to assert ...

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

BOAVLING. Tho Rosehill Club won the Inter-Club trophy which the Ballaruters loft for competi tion, defeating tho Balmaim'acs by 19 points, as per subjoined scores : — Rosehill. Balmain. No 1 Rink. R.'.W. Burgess ... \ H. Solfo .. \ A. Nowling . . ,,H, Hughes . . ( „„ T. M. Shepherd . . — ' AV.Cruickshai.k 2S A. Pay ten (pap) .. )? H. Cfihfin(cap) ' ) No 2 Rink. AV. Hart .. \ H. Graf ai .. \ S. AValfter . . / „„ AV. Dalrymplo ( .,, J. AV. E. BailliG . . \6J G.'C. Murdoch I il H. Fullagar (cap) 1 J. Davies (cap) / Total G8 Total 49

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Granville Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

Granville Borough Council TiiEjfortnightly meeting of the above Council was }\e\({ \i\ the Council Cham ber, Town Hall, on AVednosday last. Present — The Mayor and Aldermen Ritchie, Leggott, Forsyth, Kajr, Goff, and Ross. Tho Mayor laid on the tablo the papers relative to the election of Alder man Joseph Bennott. He welcomed AldermanBennetttotho Council, and that gentleman then took his seat at the table. Tho Finance Oommittoe rcoommonded payment of accounts amounting to £211 19s 3d. The outgoing correspondence was road as also the following, received since last meeting From W. H. Lineloy, acknowledging for Mrs. Linsloy, widow of tho lato Mr. J. R. Linsley M.P., recoipt of Council's letter of condolence. Recoived. From Eliza Howo, stating that she hadlost some cows by tho rocont Hooding of Clay Cliff Creek, and that tho portion of the watercourse within tho Granville boundary was choked up with debris, which she aslced might bo removed. Referred to the Overseer of Works for report. ...

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St. Patrick's Presbytery. TEA AND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

St. Patrick's Presbytery. TEA AND SOCIAL. Ox Monday evening last, a teameet ing and social was held in St. Patrick's Schoolroom, in aid of a fund for furnish ing the Eoman Catholic Presbytery The attendance was numerous and the whole affair a pronounced success. There were eleven tables set, laden with ' substantial, ' fruit and all manner of other delicacies. Tho table holders wore Mrs. Taylor and the Misses Taylor, Mrs, J. Ferris, Mrs. P. J. Kelly, Mrs. Turner, Miss Campbell and tho Misses Redden. Four hundred persons first of all sat down and did amplo justice to the viands provided; then another relay of two hundred proceeded to the imminent friendly benches and did ditto. In fact, the hospitable en tertainers were kept briskly to work from the time of opening the doors until 8 o'clock, when a walk in the garden was the order of the evening until such time as the schoolroom should bo got ready and adorned for the dancing that was to follow the tea. At half-past eight, terpsichor...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Sports and Games. PARRAMATTA v. NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

Sports and Game3. Pabkamatta v. New Zealand. On Wednesday afternoon the much talked of match between the Parramatta boys and the warriors from Niu Tirini, the land of the mystic curve and tattoo, eventuated. It was expected that our lads would make a fair stand, and there were Rome sangumo enough to think that they would just run over the visitors and win by about 21 to nil. If they had stood on their heads while they thought, they would have been exactly right, because then they would have had tothinkupside down . However, Mr. Hugh Taylor set the matter right, as he always does, as we will see later on. , The visitors arrived at about 2.20 p.m., when they wero met at tho station and driven to Robert's Hotel, where Mr. Hugh Taylor and Mr. George Coates received them. Mr. Taylor proposed the health of the visitors, re marking at the same time that he had given in structions to his boys to allow the visitors to win — a privilego always conceded to visitors from a distant land, whethor...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP AVERAGES COATES C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP AVERAGES CJOATES C.C. ? § ?! Name ^ § '^ §, .., .??. ..,?.:.?:-! I. I 8'.- - Spears* .. 9 . 1 113 390 48.0 DonnanD. .. 10 2 111 260 32.4 Calver .. 10 1111 288 32 Bennett .. 4 0 48 81 21 Sweeny W. ..' 9 1 50 141 17.5 ByrnosJ. .. -8 0 70 138 17.2 Naglo .. 8 1 33 97 13.0 Tunks H. ..40 36 52 13 TunksM. .. 9 2 57 90 12.6 Lonnen .. 6 0 28 73 12.1 Tunks W. .. i 1 10 23 7.2 Paton '..8 2 8 20 3.2 * Winner of C.C. C. Association trophy for best avorago in Cup matches. , : , : . ' A ' team Bowling averages : Namo ^ 'o 3 § W IS ?'« : -! Byrnes .. ...1038 42 358 8.5 TunksM. .. .. 292 17 164 9.6 Spoars .. .. 402 13 150 11.6 Paton .. .. 032 20 2C1 13.6 Bennett .. .. 104 4 54 13.6 Culver ,, .. 108 4 61 16.2 Tunks W. ... .. 48 4 0 2.2 Tho Coates Club's best performances wero 522 (in Cup match v Albert CO., 242 aud 4 for 178 v. Auburn C.C. (Cup match), 190 v. B. Farm C.C. (Cup matoh), and 6 out for 100 v. Carlton CO., tho senior elub playing 13 of Coates. Coates 'B' team Batting ...

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MR. GEE AT ROOKWOOD AND HUNTER'S HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

ME. GEE AT E00KAV00D AND HUNTER'S HILL. On Tuesday night Mr. Gee addressed a gathering of about 200 persons at Rookwood, Dr. Furnival presiding, when a unanimous vote of confidence was accorded. Ho subsequently spoke at Auburn, Mr. AV. H. Gibbons. J.P.. in the chair, and a similar vote was passed without dissent. Yesterday evening Mr. Gee addressed a largo gathering in the Hunter's Hill School of Arts. Mr. J. D. Ve Lamb presided. Mi-. Gee said that at the last struggle he had polled 18*15 votes, and that fact, he felt, fullyjustifiedhiinmcounngagain forward to endeavour to fill the vacancy caused by tho death of the late Mr. Linsloy. He pointed to the fact that he had a long and intimate knowledge of the district ; having been returning officer for many years, and chairman of tho school board since the decease of thoj late Mr. A. T. Holroyd. He came before thorn as a disc.timinating Protectionist. Tho fiscal poli was divisivle into three sections : — 1, Free trade ; 2, Protection, w...

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ST. JOHN'S JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

ST. JOHN'S JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL SPORTS. President, the Ven. Archdeacon Gunthcr; Arico-Prosident, Mr. S. J. Pearson ; Judges, Messrs. F. Wickham and C. B. Cairnes ; Referee, The Rev. G. D'Arcy Irvine; Judge of Walking, Mr. E. J. Brown ; Timekeeper, Mr. J. K. Manton ; Starter, Mr. W. Dalmas ; Committee, J. A. Han ton, W. Carter, E. E. Tunks, N. Gibson, AV. Todhunter, J. Thorpe, W.L. Manton; Secretary, J. A. Manton. The sixth annual meeting of the above club took place on the Parramatta Cticket Ground on Saturday. The day was very favourable to the meeting, consequently there was a good sprinkling of ladies present. The entries for the various events was not so large as on pre vious occasions, and in more than ono instance there was a wall, over, the competitors all seeming anxious to savp themselves for the big event, the cup rape. Following is tho result of the day's racing : High Jump. — Prize presented by Mr. A. S. D. Harston. AV. Carter . . . . I W.L. Manton.. .. 2 The winner eas...

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

The Vacancy in Central Cumber land. MEETING AT GEANVILLE. A meeting of Mr. Dale's supporters was held at Granvillo, in the 'Albert Hall, on AVednesday evening. Tho Eev. Mr. Jackson presided. Amongst thoso on tho platform we noticed Messrs Farnoll, G. Fuller, G. H. Reid and AVilshire. M's.P. Tho chairman said that though a ministor of religion, ho had a right to take an activopnrt in politics. He was emphatically a Freetrader. He con sidered his party stood pledged to Mr. Dale; and ho trusted that electors would go for one man, and not allow themselves to be outvoted by the Pro tectionist minority. Mr. Dale said ho considered ho hud a claim to the vacant seat because at the last election he had boon ono of the four freetraders who were bunched together, but lie had rotirod in favor of Mr. Eitchio. He did so voluntarily and had been promised support if evor ho con tested tho electorate ngain. Rather than see tho votes split on this occasion, he would retire from tho contest. He wanted...

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

FOOTBALL. Rosehill v. Granville Royal. — This match was played on tho latter Club's ground last Saturday. Only eight of the Rosehill's picked team together with the emergencies put in an appearance ; but nothing daunted with ten men they faced the very best team the locals could put in the field, tho result being a -win for the 'Royals ' by 41 points to nil. This was a Union Badge Competition Match arid it does not reflect great credit on thoso members of tho Rosehill Club who failed to bo in their places on this occasion, who, had they been present, there is every reason to beleivo that even if the clnb's honour had not been fully retrieved it would not have suffered such an ignomin ious defeat.

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THE ROOKWOOD FREE TRADE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

THE R00KAV00D FREE TRADE .-? .:; H ASSOCIATION. The above organisation determined at a meeting, held on Tuesday to sup port the candidature of Mr. Dale ; and to specially look after that gentleman's interests at Potts' Hill and Bankstown as well as at Rookwood, .on polling day.

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THE FREETRADE DIFFICULTY. COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

THE FREETRADE DIFFICULTY. COUNCIL MEETING. The Council of the Central Cumber land Froetrado Association mot on AVodnosday moruing, when thore was a representative gathering. Mr. Pulsford and Mr. S. Burdekin M.P. wero in attend ance, and both theso gentlemen wero of opinion that Mr. Dalo had boen pro mised the support of the party on a future occasion, provided ho rotirod in favour of Mr. Ritchie. They advocated that tho three candidates should bo asked to attend a conference and meet Mr. John Taylor, Mr. S. Goold, and Mr. S. Burdokin, place thoir respective claims before these gentlemen and then allow thorn to decide which should havo tho Freetrado support. In tho eveni of the conference not being able to come to a decision, the matter was to be re ferred to some gentlemen of standing, who ; would act as referee. Mr. :Dale! and Mr. T. AV. Taylor acquiesced, but Mr. Brodie, not liking the composition of: ithe conference,? declined, saying that he would perhaps be more willing to refe...

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The Electoral Rolls. TO EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

The Electoral Bolls. TO BDITOR OF TUB CUMBEIII/AJO) A11GUS. Sin, — I bog to enclose a copy of a letter I have forwarded to tho Return ing Officer. Is it not high time some stops wero taken to secure accuracy in the collection of the rolls ? If the system of self-registration were made law, I for one do not object to perform ing the duty. But when officers are paid to do ttieir work, might we not expect that it should be done. I am etc., COPLAND KING. To the Returning Officer, Central Cumberland Electorate. Sin, — I bog to enclose a list of 5 (five) names which have beou omitted from tho recently issued roll. All the porsons here mentioned livo within throe quarters of a mile of the centre of population of Rouse Hill, on the road sido, and I believo most of them woro on last year's Roll. My own namo was inserted on last year's Roll, on ap plication mado as directed. And I know of no reason why it should have been loft off either then or now. Certainly all tho five names herein noted ...

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THE FREETRADE PARTY CLOSING UP. MR. TAYLOR RETIRES. MR. DALE IS THE TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

THE FREETRADE PARTY GLOS ; .. ?::.. , .; .INGOT. MR. TAYLOR RETIRES. : ; . : MR. DALE IS THE TICKET. The Conference which commenced on AVednesday morning at Parramatta be tween Messrs. S. Burdekin (representing the Sydney Association), John Taj'lor and S. Goold (representing the Central Cumberland Freetrade Association) fortunately terminated with goodresults. The Hon. James AVatson, M.L.C, was called in as umpire on Thurpday. The conference lasted until Thursday after noon, after sitting |all sitting all day Wednesday. After discussion the com mittee came to the unanimous decision that Mr. Dale should be accorded their support, the decision being thoroughly approved -by Mr. Watson. ; Of the three candidates Mr. Brodie' declined to be bound by any ? arrangement, ^ whilst Messrs. Dale and Taylor agreed to a.bide the result of the conference. -Mr:-'T.' AV. Taylor has accepted, the result and withdrawn from the contest. The Cen tral Cumberland Freetrade Association, in accordance with ...

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THE PIGEON FLY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

THE PIGEON FLY A pigeon fly from' Picton took place on Friday for prizes presented by Mr. H. T. Douglass and tho Homing Sooiety took place on Friday, when Mr. J. H, Butterworth's Flying Dutch man secured Mr. Douglass's two-guinea trophy and Mr. E. J. Brown's Telegraph annexed the Homing Society's prize of one guinea. The winner was bred by Mr, W. Slowgrove, Botany Roud, Sydney, from tho celebrated Mis, Langtiy, winner of the 1887 cup.

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ROSEHILL CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

ROSEHILL CRICKET CLUB. The following aro the ! batting and bowling averages of the Rosehill C.C. for the season 1888-9. Batting Averages. to '''?' .3 ' Nam° I I | ? j 1 II Shepherd .. 41 37 458 13.4 Miller ..54 39 380 11.1 Wharf .. 50 31 333 11.1 Whitwortb. . . 31 9 85 9.4 Budge .. 42 35 279 9 Colley .. 42 23 198 9 Douglas ..12 2 15 7.5 Wesley ..45 36 222 6.7 Langdon ..27 21 140 5.6 Wickham ..16 21 98 5.4 Pye ..17 23 95 5.3 Pickering .. 15* 17 71 4.7 Booth .. 14 12 56 4.6 Bragg ..18 12 37 4.1 Thompson ..13 10 37 3.7 Moseley ..12 28 66 3.1 Pile 6 14 43 3 McKenzie ..4 2 4 2 Smith .. 8 15 23 1.7 J. Bragg ..2 2 2 1 Gunther . . 1 4 1 .25 * Signifies not out. Bowling Averages. -§ §i Name £ q 'c § M M ^ «! MoKonzio .. 90 24 5 4 8 Whitworth .. 529 189 38 4.9 Shepherd . . 1448 530 80 6.6 Douglas .. 48 15 2 7.5 Wesley ,. 1509 619 81 7.6 MiUer .. 57C 287 37 7.7 Langdon : .. 1576 579 71 8.1 Colley .. 385 171 19 9 Pickering .. 174 80 8 10 Wickham . . 84 40 4 10 Pye .. 51 37 3 12.3 Tho trophies w...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

CRICKET. The sample gold medul by Sir. G. E. Richardson, of Parramatta, for the Central Cumberland Cricket Association is one of the best we hare seen, and it is a credit tn Parra matta that suchwork can be turned out in the district. The medal can bo seen at the Anaus Office. A movement is on foot to amalgmate the Brush Farm and Field of Mars Crioket Clubs. The latter club, on Tuesday last, appointed delegates to meet delegates from Field of Mars, to confer on the matter. It is stated that both olubs are favourable to the proposal. Brush Farm will consider the matter next Monday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

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