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TROUT PONDS AT PROSPECT RESERVOIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

TROUT PONDS AT PROSPECT RESERVOIR. A visit was paid on Tuesday to the new trout ponds at the Prospect Keservoir by the Fisheries Commission (who were accompanied by Mr. D. O'Beilly, M.L.A.). Three ponds have been constructed as ' nurseries.' Some 60,000 fish are now ready for distribution to the various parts of the colony. The greatest success has attended the experiment.

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

'THE NATAT0RIUM' under mew Ann PITT ST HAYMARKET. MANAGEMENT. ™U ~' ' ' ° ' '» nfl '«nlmt- ' ? THE GRANDEST SWIMMING BATHS IN THE W0ELD. Sen Water Swimming, and Hot Sea and Fresh Water Plunge Baths. Open Daily from 5.30 a.m. to 0 p.m., and up to 12 (noon) Sundays. A fresh supply of Sea Water D.iily. One Swimming Hath is reserved for Ladies on M jndnys and Thursdays from 8 to 9 p.m. under the charge of Miuliune Clutha. ' Hot Ska Water Baths strongly recommended for Lumbaoo, Rheumatism, &c. A. small sen. \mtep-Kwitnnunp; Imsin, and hot sea and fresh water plunge baths fpr^adies and _Z~A~Jr s Children open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. T'Z ' c*-*iy£/~ j. PERCY RAEj/Manager. The Old Australian Grocery House, W. GATES, GEORGE STREET (Near Church Street), J^ts lESTABUSHED IN 1863], ffe OjKaiuues to Supply the Very Best Values in Choice TJ3A9, FRESH EOA.STETD OOF FEES, and General Groc9ri.es. With n-Kiml to TEA, n proper knowledge of Tea Values an.l Tea Blending cnimot be gnined in ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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U.A.O. DRUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

U.A.O. DRUIDS. The adjourned meeting ot tbe Hoyal Arch Chapter U.A.O.D., was held at the Lodge Boom Parramatta on Saturday, Bro W. 1. Puddlcombe B.A.D. presiding. Eight members, viz. P.A'.s, Wheate, Skinner, Teller, White, Farley, Luker, Easton, andSrunswickwere iniatiatnd as mem bers of the B JL Chapter. Bro. Pnddicombe delivered the P.A. Lecture to i* large number of brethren from Parramatta-Onnville district and. visitors from Bichmond and various metropolitan suburbs. Amongst those present wereO.P. Bro. Lovett, OS. Bro. Cummins, P.BXD.Bro. Cantor, D.F. Bro. Tapp. Tbe G.G., Bro. Greenwsy, was unavoidably absent. The lecture was an . impressive and able one. The success of the gathering is largely attribu ted to the energy displayed by Bro. Luker, Secretary, Acorn Lodge.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUBURN P.M. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

AUBURN P.M. CHURCH. The anniversary of the Auburn Primitive Methodist Church was celebrated this week. Special sermons were preached on Sunday last to excellent congregAtiontt— by Kev. P. j; Stephen at 11, Bev. T. Davies at 3, and Rev. S. Harrison at 7. On Tuesday evening the public tea was held in the church, the principal helpers being, Mesdames Masbman, Hew son, Mitchell, Lovell and Wheat, and the Misses Kennerdale, Kelghtley and Wishart. The building had been specially decorated with flowers and texts. Mr. Maubman (Super intendivnt of the Sunday School; presided. The treasurer's report Bhowed that after payment of current expenses £80 had been spent on additions and £16 paid off the original debt on the building. The membership and congregation had doubled during the year. Encouraging addresses were delivered by UevB. T. Davies and 8. Harrison : and special mention was made of the services rendered by Messrs. Lovell, E. Hewson, Keightley, Mash man, and the Choir. The nett procee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMASH-UPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

SMASH-UPS. Two sensational smashes occurred onThuis day evening. Two bottle dealers were return ing to Sydney with a load of bottles, when under the railway bridge in Church. street, the horse fell ; beyond a few bottles being smashed however, no harm was done. — Mr. J. Cuff, however, did not escape so easily. He was serving a customer in Harris Park, when the horse made for home, although the wbeel was locked. He did not go far, however, before the strap locking the wheel gave way. When op posite Holmes' hotel, the animal came to grief. Both knees were hurt, and the side of the eff hind leg was terribly knocked about. This is the third smash-up Mr. Cuff has had with this horee — and some people who witnessed the accident think that the animal will have to be destroyed.

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRUIT AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

FRUIT AND PRODUCE. Oranges in Sydney fetched up to 12s a case this week and lemons to Us tor best. In Parramatta, they are getting nctirce and bring ing good prices. Fowls sold at 2s 3d Io 4s pair ; docks 9s to 3s M ; eggs lirt ; suckers 2s6d up. Good business wns done at all the yards.

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIREMEN'S CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

FIREMEN'S CELEBRATION. The annual re-union of the No. 1 Fire Com pany (Volunteer Firemen), Parramatta, was held at the Engine Station, Church-street, on Wednesday evening last, when a dinner was served, at which members of the brigade and a number of visitors and Paramatta friends nat down. Captain Mills (No. 1) presided; and among those present also were Captain E. J. { liove, Uaptsln W. J. Ferris, Secretary Broad- ; hurst, snd Treasurer Tuck (Firemen'n Associn tion), and Mr. J. W. Hill {the architect responRible for the plans of the proposed hnnd- : Home new fire station). The u^iml toasts were ( honoured ; and festivities ruled till after 3 a.m. on Thursday ? A full report is held over. ;

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

ECONOMY. In these days of small salaries many a thing which would otherwise be of little acconnt can, by a visit to Mr. Oliver Saunders' establish ment in Church Street be made to serve for many a day. No job is too large, or on the other hand too Email for Mr. Saunders to take in hand. Gun making and repairing Is his speciality, but unbrellas, sewing machines, locks, keys, valuable crockery and such like articles pass through his hands every day— come dilapidated and depart whole. It is worth noting.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARRAMATTA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

PABBAMATTA HOSPITAL. William Jordan, of Kellyville, a labourer, aged SO, was brought into tbe Parramatta Hospital on the 14th inst., Buffering from a out in the leg, ?aooidentaUr self-inflicted with an adie. Tbt wound had been ineffectually sewn np by a neighbour, and bad to be re dressed. Jordan is now progressing favour ably.— A man named Heifer was ploked np in tbe street b% tbe police In a fit, Wnen par tially recovered be wu conveyed to the boa jiital, and Is now muoh better.— Violet Hamil on, the little girl in the hospital from Baulk bam Hills, U progressing towards con ffclftifignflSi

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

HUMOtJB 1 Bogorra, times are so hard, if Oi bad me loife insured Oi'd take it.' — Truth. It is safe ro assume that tbe man vho docs not slam tho car door is a Christian. Speaking of bereavement, Jones afiimm that no death ever affected him bo Badlv aa that of his wife's first htiBband.— Salem Gazette. You may not have noted it, but you will find that tbe man who slakes hands the hardest ia the hardest to shake. — Texas Sittings. Wben we meet a proud person we wonder what it ia about. We never knew anyone who had reason to be proud.— Atchieon Globe. Begular exercise by the massage treatment does us tbe most good, because the 'other fellow' works.' The tramp will not descend to slang when it comes to using ' soap' as a synonym of money.— Poak. One of the proudest men in the world is the man who has smoked the same cigar fifteen or twenty years.— Atohtam Glebe. When Woman Votes— Was Kawbanks— Tote for that horrid man I Why. hew oan too, whm be has soon a big, ugly red beard P-Judce. Wh...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SKETOHER THE SKILL OF SAVAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

SKKTOHER THE SKILL, OF BAVAQES. Tbe skill of savagce on and in the water is well-known. In the art of ewimmiDg per haps the most remarkablo feat ia that of oatching fish under water either by hand or with tho aid of a net. 'We have many trustworthy amounts of this being performed by the Fatagonians, BraiHiaiu, South Sea Islanders, Andamannera, and New Zealand en. The Oaliiarniau Indians also strike fish under water, and, as already mentioned, the Australians of the Murray apear them. As a sailor, the dexterirr of our tsvao« ia pro bably largely owing to his peculiar fearless ness; and it Is douDUess true that loss of Ufa is little regarded ; all the same, however, hia pro&eiencvls noteworthy. Of its kind, the Eskimo ?kayak' is an admirable graft, the oanoe of the civilised man being little moro than a reproduction of it in dnfsrent mater ials. It ia bunt of 'kins stretahsd on a framework of whalebone or wood, and ia usually about eighteen or twenty feet in length. It is comp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOME USEFUL RECIPES. STUFFED EX[?]INGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

BOMB UBEFTJIi EEOTPE3. Bi'Uf Jlil) BBUUJIQfl. Remove the heads and taOs from six fresh herrings, the backbones, also the roes. Seison the inside of the fuh with salt and pepper, stuff them with ordinary herb forcemeat, not too much flavoured, and well moistened with stock. Frees tbe fish together again, egg and breadcrumb, and bake in a greased baking dish for a quarter of an hour In a tot oven. Serrewith mustard sauce. The roes of the herrings should be used for a savoury or breakfast dish. Beat op one egg in one gfll of milk, ana add it to four ounces of sifted sugar which bas been beaten to'a cream with three ounces of butter. Then mis one teaspoonfol of baking powder with three-quarters* 0} a pound of fine flonr'aad three onnoes of deslo oated ooooanut. Mix all together, drop a good dessertspoonful at a time on a floured baking sheet, and bake for fifteen minutes^ a ohooouie ravaaa. Dissolve two tliok sticks of Mauler's ohocolate in three-quarters of a, pint of boQ ing milk. Whe...

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HOUSEKEEPER MACHINE-MADE PIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

HOUSEKEEPE ti MAOtONB-MADE PIES. An inventor has patented a machine for making pies without intervention of human hands? - The dough is passed Into the contrivance through rollers, and oomes out in a con tinuous strip. Frum this strip a die outs out circular pieoas for the lower ?mats. The material for the filling is supplied automati nil* ihmnol, « knnnnr. inst tha BBaOultS amount for each pie. Another atrip of dough ia passed over the pies, sad another die cots from it the upper crusts. Incidentally to the proeesa, each pie is neatly crimped around the edge, and it oomes ant finished and ready to go nto the oven. A single machine of this sort will torn out ?sveraf thousand pies. in a day.

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Thanksgiving. SPRING, 1995. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

Thanksgiving. BPEKO, 1895. Great God, vhose fa&nd has gladdened The fields with beauteous green, Where late onr hearts felt saddened, As parched, bare lands irare seen. Thon'st heart onr prayers ascending. And thy sure word Mailed For bounteous rains descending Have new lile round distilled. And thia new life, (ait leaping From spring tides' Ban, and Bhotrers Shews thou art watch still keeting, O'er thine own world— and oars Fields clothed with braese-beat grasses. Trees' sun-lit rustling leaves Shew glory that surpasses King's raiment e'er reocins. And Nature now rejoicing i In verdure, bloom and flowers - Its Maker1* praise awns voicing For {dad cenTing wtowsn. And we, onr praises bringing, Of grateful thanks, sincere, ! Thy works wonld j»in In singing The Ood who prayer doth hear. Parramatta, October, 18W. J. AEUHDEL.

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

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NEW GROCERY HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

NEW GROCERY HOUSE. There is a great display ot groceries, tinned meats, jams and all manner of good things at Benson and Co's shop in Church Street N, The new firm appear to have come to stay and their striking, sensational advertisement which appears on another page will repay the perusal of most people.

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THE "POMONA" EGG RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

THE 'POMONA' EGG RECOBDS. Since he has been advertising in the Free Press (and since we noticed his wonderful egg gain) Mr. T. A. Board, of Thornleigh, has been enabled to say : — During September I sent out to grocers and others 800 dozen eggs. The money received from the sale of settings exceeded that realised for grocers' eggs.

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LIBERTY PLAINS' HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

LIBERTY PLAINS' HORTICUL TURAL SOCIETY. The 1895 Spring Show of the Liberty Plains' Horticultural Society is Bet down for 1st and 2nd November proximo, when it will be held (by permission; in tbe spacious implement sheds on Messrs. Ritchie Bros' property. The disp'ay promises to be one of the most success ful for years — especially as regards rose sections and some others ; the dry winter and welcome Bpring rains having brought these tioral treasures to a high state of perfection. Ad ditional attractions in the way of evening floral dances and other pleasing items are in the programme.

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The Pennant Hills Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

The Pennant Hills Boad. The wretebed condition of some 800 or 400 yards of Ibis rood bos been the subject ot agi tation for months put. At length, however, tenders for its repair have been invited and accepted, and Mr. Mtrtin of Parramatta has the contract, and has commended the work,

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RALPH'S SALE YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

RALPH'S SALE YARDS. It will be noted that Mr. Edward Goliby, an auctioneer of very big experience out Balhurst way, has leased those yards in Darcy Street, Parramatta, where for the but twelve montliB Mr. Geo. Ralph has held forth twice a week. The new proprietor is making some alterations in terms and customs to meet the public convenience, and he should be able to bold hi* own in the field. His advertisement give* all particulars.

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