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Removal of Tattoo Marks. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

Removal of Tattoo Marks. The removal of tattoo-marks is a matter of no little difficulty, and many different methods have been tried (blistering, suction, thermo-cautory, counter-tattooing, with white powder or milk, &c), Criminals sometimes pour vitriol on their hands and arms, ana letting it act lor a tew seconds plunge tho limb in cold water. The following methodjis recommended by M. Variot (in the ' Eevue Scientifique ') : — The skin is first covered with concen trated solution of tannin, andre-tattooed with this in the parts to be cleaned Then an ordinary nitrate of silver crayon is rubbed over theso parts, which become black by formation of tannato of silver in the superficial layer of the derniis. Tannin powder is sprinkled on the sur face several times a day for some days to dry it. A dark crust forms, which loses colour in three or four days, and, in a fortnight or so, comes away leaving a reddish scar, free of tattoo marks, and in a few months, little noticeable. I...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fruitgrowing in New South Wales. DEPUTATION TO SIR SAUL SAMUEL. OPERATIONS OF THE FRUITGROWERS' LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

Fruitgrowing in New South Wales. DEPUTATION TO SIR SAUL SAMUEL. OPERATIONS OF THE FRUITGROWERS' LEAGUE. A deputation of tho Fruitgrowers' Leaguo waitod upon Sir Saul Samuel in London on May 1G, to ascortain if tho Now South Wales Government would grant facilities for tho ac quisition of land for fruitgrowing, and whether they would contribute towards tho expenses of an expert thoroughly acquainted, both scienti fically and practically, with tho culture of frui}, if tho leaguo sent such a person to tho Australian colonies. Sir Saul Samuel informed tho deputation of tho conditions upon whioli land could bo acquired, and expressed himself as doubtful whether his Government would fool justified in contributing any pecuniary assistance towards what might be considered private enterprise, but at the same time was certain, as it was tho promotion of an important industry, they would afford every facility in their power to anyone tho leaguo might send to tho colony for obtaining all necessa...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

Parramatta Borough Council. The regular meeting was held on Monday evening. Prosont : Tho Mayor ; (Mr. F. Beames) in the chair and Ald ormon Taylor, Booth, Moxham, Eitchie, Brodio, Ferris, Dellow, Drow, and Dixon. A report was read from the Overseer of Works, stating that it was not legal to permit Mr. Clows to empty his drain - flgo on to another person's property, as requested. Tho Finance Committeo's report shewed that payments had teen made for salaries amounting to £255 lls 8d ; wages, £512 -Is Gd ; and £14S 7s 7d woro recommended for payment. The lighting committe's report, 10 commending the acceptance) of Kirklaud and Go's tender for electric lighting tho streets- of the borough, was brought up for adoption. A letter was read from the Parra matta Gas Company, stating that, in the event of a ten years' lease being granted, the company -was willing to re-consider their last offer. — Eeceived. The Mayor moved tho adoption of the report. He advocated tho adoption of electric ligh...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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TUESDAY, JUNE 25. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes and G. Wickham, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

Tuesday, June 2!-. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes and G. Wiokham, Js.P.) Ah Sing, charged with unlawfully cutting and wounding Ah Hoy, pleaded not guilty. Constable Munroe stated that about 8 o, clock on Monday evening tho prisoner was given into his custody by Ah Hoy, who complained that he had out his hand and otherwise assault ed him ; complainant's face was ;bleeding und one of the fingers was split down the oontre for about three-quarters of an inch; when charged, the defendant denied using the knife ; witness did not see any knife. An Hoy deposed that he was a hawker and resided in Phillip-street ; the defendant lived two doors from him ; at abovt 7.30 on Monday night they met and the prisoner asked him to come in and have a game of ' fan- tan ' ; did so, and prisoner cheated him oiit of 30s ; accused him of it, when he knocked him down and kicked him, and also struck him in the face ; prisoner then used a knife and tried to stab him; complainant warded the blow off with his hand, ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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On Swearing. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

On Swearing. 'Fob it comes to pass oft,' cries Sir Toby Belch, in a burst of vinous con fidence, 'that a terrible oath, with a swaggering accent sharply twanged off, gives manhood more approbation than ever truth itself would havo earned him.' This is a doctrine which has Strong Language, if thoy have been more plentiful in ono age than another, havo not as yet been seriously threatened with extinction. No symptoms have hitherto been developed from which we could fairly foretell the approaching end of tho long reign of imprecation. From timo to time, it is true, there ap pears to be a lull in tho diseaso ; its virulence, at all events, becomes less patent on the surface, and its exacoi'ba tions seom to occur at longer intervals and with a somewhat milder intensity. But nemo tho loss it is there. Swoar iug, like tailoring, is a matter of fashion, and never goos out of fashion altogether. Tho form is apt to chango ; particular phrases become unpopular, then rare, then obsolete : yet t...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parramatta Petty Sessions. MONDAY, JUNE 24. (Before Messrs. G. T. Hunt, J. Whitworth and H. Bvrnes. Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

Parramatta Petty Sessions. Monday, June 24. (Before Messrs.. , U. T. Hunt, J. Whitworth and H. Bvrnes. Js.P.} Thomas Seymour, charged with being drunk and disorderly, also with using obscene lan guage, pleaded guilty and was fined 5s or 24 hours for the former and 40s or fourteen days for the latter offence. . Gordon Storey, charged with cruelly ill treating a horse by working the same while in an unfit condition pleaded guilty. Tho animal was very lame in two legs, was covered with iores which wero smeared over with cart grease, md was as poor as it , well could be. Defend int was fined £3 and 9a Gd costs, in default fourteen days, unless sooner paid. The Benoh, remarking on tho case, said that the owner of She horso should be summoned for allowing it to be worked. If the defendant worked the dorse again and came before them, they would send him to gaol without the option of a fine. Frederick Stewurt v. Patrick Fit/.patriek and Thomas ftreer. Assault case. Complainant stated that o...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The English Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

The English Language. The difficulty of applying rules to tho pronunciation of our language may be illustrated in two lines whero the com bination of tho letters ough is pronounced in no less than soven different ways, viz., as o, uf, of, up, ow, oo, and ock. Though tho tough cough and hiccough plough mo through ; O'er life's davk lough my course I still pursue.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

THE . CENTRAL TONSORIAL ES TABLISHMENT, GEORGE-STREET, PARRAMATTA. B. Butter worth, TONSORIAL ARTIST. English and American Experience. Special Attention given to Ladies and Children. Best Brands of Tobacco and Pipes, Cigura. FIRBANK AND HILL IE R (James Firbank and John C. Hillier), GENERAL CONTRACTORS. Blue Metal Asphalt, or Tarred Ashes, Laid to any thickness. . Concreting, Drainage, and all Sanitary Works attended to. 1$^' Cesspits ]filled in and W.C's. altered ac cording to tho Municipal Bylaws, Address — WIGRAM-STREET, HARRIS PARK, SORRELL-STREET, PARRAMATTA. ?jVTODERN PHOTOGRAPHY' HERBST, 28, OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY. ggp Nearly Opposite Mark Foy's. INSTANTANEOUS PORTRAITS. lUr INSPECT OUR LARGE DISPLAY OF AUTISTIC WORK. POPULAR PRICES: THREE CABINETS FOR FIVE SHILLINGS. Open on Saturday Afternoon and all Holidays. G. E, RICHARDSON, PKACTICAL TTTATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, ETC. Fuller's Buildings, CHURCH STREEP, PARRAMATTA. «§T If Your Watch Stops bring it above Address. ^SJl SATISFACTI...

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

Floor Deafening. PuovKssou Carxelly and Miss E. Jolmstono have recently contributed to tho Boyal .Society the result of their ex periments on the effect of floor deafen ing on the sanitary condition of dwell ing houses. They show that this is a frequent source of pollution and vitia tion of the air of dwelling houses. Dr. Emmerich, of Leipsic, has previously pointed out that ' there exists nowhere in nature, not even the neighbour hood of human dwellings, a (natural) soil so highly contaminated with nitro genous organic substances and their lutuujuijjuaibiuii pxuuuuia us wiu uuuiuuiug material under the floor of dwelling, rooms.' In Dundee the authors have examined samples of the floor deafening from several houses, and have .found it to have a most disgusting and A filthy smell, and in their chemical and bacter iological examination of the samples collected, they have shown that floor ueuiemug xurnianes a goou ana smiuoio medium for the growth of micro organisms, and gives off foet...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes and E. Ellison, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

Wednesday, June 2G. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes ar.d E. Ellison, Js.P.) Frank Brown, charged with using obsooue language, pleaded guilty and put in as extonu ation that it was election time and he was ox citcd. Ho was fined 20s or 7 days. For drunkennoss he was fined 5s or 24 hours. Sub-Inspector Latimer proceeded against Arthur Bramwoll for causing a horso to be cruelly illtreatcd by allowing it to bo worked whil in an unfit condition. He pleaded not guilty and said that he had not seen tlie horso for a weok bofore his man was arrested for working it ; he had sent his man and tho horse to Fairfield to draw wood for him ; had no intimation from his man that the horso was not in good condition or was lame. The Bench lined defendant 40s and 4s lOd costs of court, in default fourteen days iu gaol. George Smith was charged by tho Cumber land Crown Lands Hunger, James McKeowu, with unlawfully cutting timber on Crown lands. Defendant pleaded guilty, stating that ho did not know he was steal...

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CHAPTER XLVIII. ANXIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

CHAPTER XLVin. ANXIETIES. Madge wakened with the weary sen-, sation of one who has passed through a long hightmare. It was some minutes before she could recall the incidents of the previous day ; still longer before she could realise the unhappy meaning of tho scene with Philip, and the fact that Uncle Dick and Aunt Hessy had found in her conduct cause for grave displeas ure. Surely she had been acting very wickedly, when those three, who were dearer to her than all the world beside, turned from her, and were vexed as well as pained by what she was doing ao far as they understood it. Surely Mr. Beecham must be mistaken in the course he was pursuing — she did not even now doubt the goodness and generosity oEhis motives. There was only one way in which she could set the minds of her friends at ease]and that she must adopt, no matter what it might cost herself. She dare not hope that Phillip would be readily satisfied and come back to her ; but at least he should understand that she ha...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Sighted at Last. CHAPTER XLVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

lighted, at Last. CHAPTEK XLVIL Ada drew back towards the door, a littlo frightened by the change in Ms manner,' which botrayed excitement in spito of his self-control. 'I think — I am beginning to be afraid of you now. You are not like the good magician any more.' ' That's true, Ada,' he said humbly as lie wiped his brow with that wonder ful silk handkerchief which was of . so much nse to him in his professional ex ploits. Cold, as the weather was, he seemed to be perspiring. 'But you know the change is only one of my tricks. Now, I will come back. Hey, presto, change. . . . There, am I not smiling as before ?' ' No ; you are not. You are looking ugly.' 'Ah, let me hide my head.' Ho bent down with a would-be comical manner of astonishment and chargrin. The child laughed in a hesitating way, as if not quite reassured that it was all fun. As he stooped, his eye fell on a waste-paper basket uuder the table. He snatched it out, and found in it a ball of bloting-paper which had been cru...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Tasmanian Apples in London. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

Tasmanian Apples in London. We have received, per favour of Mr. C, Beresford Cairnes, of tho Bank of New South Wales, Parramatta, an account sales of the shipraont of Tasmanian apples ox Iberia winch were placed on tho London market by Keeling and Hunt on the 14th of last month j Tho apples wore offored in two separate lots, varying from 1 to 11 boxes in each lot. Tho sale opened very auspiciously, No. 2 lot, consisting of one box of Fronch Crabs, realising 21s 6d. This figure was only surpassed onco during tho sale, ?when IS boxes of King Pippins realised 22s Cd each. Scarlot Pormain realised from 15s Cd to 10b per box ; tho shipment comprising moro of this variety than any other. Crows' Eggs realised from los to 9s per box. Two boxes of Snow White Lady Bold for 8s per box. Sturmer Pippins went from lis to 9s Gd per box. New York Pippins realised from 19s to 8s per box. Kibstone Pippins brought from 13s to 8s 3d por box. Tho cataloguo shows that the pears were not fit to land. Adam...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cool Deputationists. PEOPOSED NEW FRUIT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

Cool Deputationists. PEOPOSED NEW FRUIT MAR KETS. A deputation was introduced to the Colonial Secretary on Tuesday morn ing, consisting of representatives of Eedfern, Waterloo, Alexandria, Botany, North Botany, Darlington, and St. Peters, by Messrs. Howe and W. Step hen, Ms.L. A. The object of the deputa tion was to suggest to the (jovernment the site in Botany-street, Eedfern, re cently occupied byMessrs. Hudson Bro thers, as a suitable site upon which to establish fruit &ad fish markets. They explained that at this spot there was an area of about 1 1 acres, upon which there were already erected large buildings which could bo converted at little ex pense into the requisite markets. There were also on the ground cooling appliances, which could be used for the storage of fruit, besides which there was a railway siding running on to the premises, with facilities for extension, if necessary. The premises had a large amount of frontage to two streets, which would give necessary ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Harpur; Kendall; Gordon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

Harpur; Kendall; Gordon. A lectuee on the abovenamed poets was delivered by Mr. John Shaw on Saturday even ing, in the Granville School of Arts, in aid of the funds of that institution. Owing to the election exoitemont and to the counter attrac tions of tho Parramatta School of Arts Exhibi tion and Fair there was a very large attendance of empty chairs. Still tho few persons present evidently appreciated the lecture. Mr. G. B. Weaver played a waltz by Chopin as an overture. Having given several definitions of that which constitutes a Poet, the lecturer urged that because Harpur and Kendall and Gordon were each of them capable in no ordinary degree of expressing imaginative truth in forms of more or less striking suggestiveness, that they deserved to bo classed as genuine poets of no mean order; and since tf-eir relations, as singers, to Australian seonery and lifo were those of expert-interpreters that thoir names deserved to be ' writ foremost on the roll of them that came, fresh g...

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A Parramatta Legend. OF THE 20TH CENTURY. (COTIED FROM THE "CUMDERLAND ARGUS," SATURDAY, JUNE 22ND, 1938.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

A Parramatta Legend. OF THE 20th CENTURY. (Comed rnoir the ' Cumdemand Aequs,' Saturday, June 22nd., 1938.) How fleeting is Fame, Has often been writ, My theme shows tho same, And 'tis true overy bit. A man whom a few Of our old folks havo scon, Onco was long here in view Yet forgot long has been. All onco know his name, M.L.A. to it hung ; Now no page prints his fame And by nono is it sung. Ho for long tried to boss In our town each affuir, And if he wero cross It to die must prepare. Nay-ho'd equal conceit In his smile and his frown, Life or death thoy should mete To all things in tho town. And with cheek that is e'er With slight knowledge found, Ho for over would steer At tho top to be found. No matter to him If he'd given support, Or made it his whim, To aid it with nought. 1 To get popular view E He never felt shame, 1 Whero credit was duo To jump other's claim. ! No odds in whose brain ; Good move were first sprung, 1 'Twos his first end to gain , That his own praise bo sung. ...

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The Fruit Diseases Bill. THE HON. P.G. KING WRITES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 June 1889

The Fruit Diseases Bill. THE HON. P. G. KING WEITES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. Sir, — I have read the leading article in your issue of 8th June with much in terest, and with regard to the compen sation clause, I am very much inclined to agree with your proposal to have an insurance fund to which Government might contribute, on the principle that any loss should be borne by the fruit growers as a body ; but that the Govern mnnt nntitip* mi Tmlinl-P n-P t.liA rrp.Tinrn.1 community which is more or less inter- f ested in the well doing of every indus- ?? try (especially such an important ono ? as is the subject of consideration) should [ with a view of eradicating any special j pest, contribute freely to its support. ' This is probably touching on dangerous j ground, as the samo principle might be j called into action with other industries ; ] but I look upon it as essential that Government should give material aid in j stamping out all diseases that has its \ origin : bey...

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

LETTEES AND TELEGEAM3 EEOEIVE PEOMFT ATTENTION. Undertakers. STATE AND EEFOEM FUNERALS conducted in tho most respectable manner and at Moderate Charges. Lead, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shortest Notice. .Wreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards a Speciality — printed as required. -Ghurcb Street; Parramatta. A Startling but true Discovery. Furniture Warehouse. The noted Cheap House in Parramatta. Bargains in Bedsteads and Bedding. Drawing Room Suites. Fenders, Fire Irons, Coal Vases, 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 9d each. Fretwork Machines, saws patterns and wood. China, Glass and Earthenware. SAINTY BROS. Furnishing Arcade, Church Street, Parramatta. SA M LEVY — Practical Watchma...

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

PIGEONS. Carriers, any oolour pair— C. Churchwood 1 and 2. Pouters, bltio pied pair — J. W. Norman lr Lavender and Martin 2. Pouters, white pair— D. Phillips 1 and 2. Pouters, any other colour pair — J. W. Nor man commended. Barbs, black pair— Lavender and Martin 1 and 2. . Barbs, white pair— D, Phillips 1, Lavender and Martin commended. Barbs, any other colour pair— Lavender and Martin commended. Boards, long-faced Mack pair ? II. Bunting commended. ? Beards, long-faced silver pair— H. Bunting 1, Lavender and Martin commended. Beards, long-faced blue pair— W. H. Smith 1, J. W. Norman 2. Boards, short-faced nny colour pair — Laven- der and Martin 1 and 2. . : Baldheads, black pair— W. Smith 1, Laven der and Martin commended. Nuns, any colour pair— J. W. Normad 1, . Lavonder and Martin 2. ' Magpies, black pair— Stafford 1, Lavender and Martin 2 Magpies, red pair— Lavonder and Martin 1. Stafford 2, Phillips commended Dragoons, blue pair— Dellow 1, Glossop 2 Dragoons, white pair— Green...

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

SELLING CLASS. British game, any colour coop ; price not to exceed 63s— T. Abernethy 1, D. Sallaway 2. Colonial game, any colour coop ; price not to oxceed 40s— D. Sallaway 1, S. Hancock 2. Any other variety of fowls, coop ; price not to oxceed £2 2s— W. G. Bladon 1, J. D. Good win 2. Ducks, any variety ; price not to exceed 40s — D: Sallaway 1.

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