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

BE ON GUARD , AGAINST THE I VILE AND INJURIOUS IMITATIONS OF CLEMENTS' TONIC SOLD BV MANY DEALERS. CLEMENTS' TONIC IS THE BEST, ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. Don't be deceived or misled into buying any other, or your pains, time and money are only 4/LEMENTS TONIC '/' l'OSBTIVELY CURES ALL O&SES ARISING FROM ANAEMIA, LIVER COMPLAINT AND INDIGESTION. Mrs J. Hepple, High -Btreet, Lambton, who writeB on January 27th, 1893 :— For ft number of years I have suffered severely from liver com plaint and an affection of the kidneys, accom panied by severe headaches, with excruciating pains between the shoulders ; as a rule the pain was more severe on the right side, extending right down to tbe groin. I had such tits of dizziness that at tunes I could hardly stand, and also I found my eyesight so defective that I found it impossible to rend or sew. Whatever relief I received from doctors was only tempor ary: My attention being drawn to Clements Tonic by Mrs. Dent, a neighbour of mine, I re...

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

SCIENCE TRANSMISSION OF POWEB. ' A notable plant for the 'elecMcal trans mission of power was reoenfly opened at Onagtshen, «weden. . UoofcrkitT generated by s water fall is conveyed through' ooppor wires about one-sixth of an inoh thiok itrnng on high poles to mines eight milee distant, where it ruu motors ?arontiDg ltf-bor»-: power and .supplies Maro ttmps*nd !00. nosndoweal lamps. Tbe p»W wsi pre-* viously supplied brVteam engines and local? turbines, an of whioh have been now entirely dispensed with. . -

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

-FUKTHEK OREAT REDUCTIONS AT- A FAWLETS CEHTRAL aSH_ STORE KIPPEBED HERRINGS \ I ENGLISH JAMS, from ^-1 per tin. 1 DIGBY CHICKS I 7*d PKH T1N ? I ? ' I I'INDON HADDOCKS I | SARDINES from Kid. Best Brands Only. Special Attention is directed to tbe fact that one of tbe Largest Stocks in the District is on Sale at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE ; in fact, it is questionable whether any other House buys us largoly FOR^CASH— hence the secret of LOW PRICES AND FRESH GOODS. In addition to the Lirge St -ck on Hand at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE, he has in Bond at the present time, awoiting the Removal of the Duty, two large Shipment of Goods of the Choicest description ; and a special IShipment ™ rout* from London. Five (5) Ton of Best GROWN SOAP for Sale at lGs per Cwt. Aninifs Biscuits, from 2', 1 |-or 1b. A:-rmv;-...,t Id Alum :ld Baking I'ow.lur— Bntlios Hd : Champion's, Aunt Mary's, Wangle, -loc Harfs, Kurge1-:. Soyer'a 2/9 per half iloz., fl/8 do/.. Barley (I'earl) 2W, or Slbs for 1/. Bl...

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Mr. S. Pu [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

? = Mr. S. Put onu of tkK ng mi idle h* ?-? I'lircbase'fl Approaching* serve uiid^U! Nursery, 'JHIb Visitors ^^B al! you hlj^H iron port^HS gffllhe centre ^B i I|£ I ?Pies [?p ??pip: fSgSrkifan half hour M&s jBsm&i m bo*,, Wmtfj*:.ianltx,1i-ma*, in ^^jwjajmown tlut iqfetll»a»nie Louvot, aHCto-.bwonie of her. ItSTCfeioftgr . used to JUtttther. She might IftiS^lf-shehaaheae SSSiboP to oome from 1^*3 wastes hi, sut lINlJwM roused me to 11 ?SgltheR BSitvVinaii who would filKP: 'tall -he bomro fcSS, m afford to take I Kgptot ivery man can I^^^NBgw, buttbe |«i|pwu. ajroung man JSamAuAiAo wu sot f&mmt** ta ™ Mj^SrHoheame to en on fiPKut *orry, for 1 aa^ieVlpTot 'what I easaffiTifate. But now, ftfllSrt that Tequlros your IHEpii com, to me. She ISHP':'«iii1 *?'? eoarooly fm&MrmU and work for jEMaMeTkBtwliow to «ro fiHp^attxffn an old IJMpEduirgeoJ (girl of tjjjjHilJiiT 'father imokea *^H|ps, mother who Jted;.--S«rsier gratefully. m-msk*'it all right and lS^p9N...

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'WATER, BLESSED WATER.' [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

?WATEB, BLESSED WATEB.* Of tho wonderful part that water plays in onr internal economy- most of us appear woefuly ignorant. 'Drink: water, blessed water,' was the excellent f unnula daily given hy thejste Sir Andrew Clark to the great majority of his innumerable, patidnta. ; And furoly a more sapient physlc.inn einoB the days of JGwulapiu it wonld be diffloult to find. The (argo prodrution of water required in theetriuirareof ourbodiw. fiswellas-in that of nlutand other animal life, shows how important is Its /bearing when rtawod from a vltal'ataiidiiomt»'''3^nfia- vjgoroni*%)onditf0& of ihe^BoAy, and fKerrfogu* IS bestvork, is^only eeourea when Ifijrnalas -WcU iu'externil ?frmiln.— is obtained. Puriflnation of the body is the only war in which we can ewape tbe eofforings of sin and disease. A rule that affords very few exceptions is, that un healthy men or wemen, in a greater or lesser thnJrUnwholeeouieinBbenoeall with whom' they oome in contact; while the normal healthy ' ...

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

TO OVEEPOffEBTHE GBIP. lint, a sweat, a good long sweating sweat. It often breaks the fever, stops those teeth-chattering chills, eases the aching limbs and frequently, with the help of a cathartic. » vanquishes the enemy that in 24 hours the patient declares himself perfectly wsD, olamoring for hearty food and very (ooa is able to be about. But almost always there quickly develops trouble in the bronchial tubes and then the lungs. When tho euigh — sura to follow— is oronpy, or tickling, or tight, or hoarse, dap on to chest, well up on the throat and oovering the lunge, if there ia trouble there, a flaxseedand onion poultice, just as hot as it can be borne. Keep one there, chauging ss often as they become cool, until the irritation, — may be ocngestioii ~iswell out ui the chest. With grip and pneumonh prevalent, I doa'tdam be without a bulky package of naxseea-meal in the house, and; yes, plenty of onions, for very many times nave I seen serious irritation in organs of breath ohaike...

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A CURE FOR TIPPLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

A CUKE FOB TiPPLINGr. A man pxently related the following in cident :— ' One day, two months after I had signed the pledge, I had a craving for a drink of wbiaky so strong that I oould eee nothing else but drinks about me, and felt as if I most haTe at least one drink. I told a friend of my elite of mind. He said, Ton seed nut drink. lean tell you ol a substitute that will stop vour discomfort. Get a bowl of toe water and a raw potato ; peel it and out down one end of it to s *i»' convenient to take in the mouth. Dip the potato in the loe water and suck it every time you think you must have the whisky.' t did as he ad vised. I took the bowl of ioe water and the potato and placed them on atabla at the i-*duf my bed, and would, dip the potato In the water and place it between my line every f--w moments till I went to sleep. I awoke fee boo any desire to drink whisky, and have been free from it ever sinoe. That one treatment eradicated my craving for whisky (orsll the time that has sin...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
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THE BICYCLE FACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

THE BIOYOLE FACE. A^rhysfbian haa disobvered phat'^there is a bioyMe fsbe-^that is,; a ^soe^wbisb. from a* pedBBngs&oreor'lees^raiiSy feisffler ^iget over tbe ground faster than his legs can carry him byjhe ordinary method, known as walk ing. This phveloian obeorvos that bioyolishi are frcqaently pale and that some 01 uicm have tbe peculiar gray hue which indicates nerroas exhaustion and often complain of hoodache. He further notices, what any keen observer might have detected, a eerious, oarfi-wom, strained look which the fane assume* growing out of the respoDBlbility of moiutaining equilibrium and the unconscious resistance to the tnndenoy to flop ovor. one «'dn or the other. This effort, be says, strains ? a special brain centre situated at tho back of the boad. Tbe strain upon this centre is Inccraant, though unmarked, and B nne people cannot stand it for moro thim a short time. This it is that causes the hoad nche and the nervous exhaustion.'

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

ENTERTAINMENT. A grand variety and minstrel show was given by the Silver Star Minstrels at the Victoria Theatre before a large audience on tbe 7th inst., and the different items were well appreciated by those present. Miss Nellie Thornton gave the ballad, 'Close to the Threshold,' which was well received. Miss Lina Bhaw sang, ' I'm awaiting my lov«'e«tum,', and 'It vas adream.' Itlsyjonglaay idsnsses fc very vleasinE sonrano voice, and with » little culture wonld make, donbtlesa, a suocesslol vocaUst. Mr. A. M. Francis rendered -? True till death - and in response to an encore repeated the last verge. He possesses a Jail baritone voice, with » good range, and rings with taste and eiprcs sion. . He requires a lit.le finish. , Mr, J, Jfo Inemey sang, ' The Convict's Jemm, Mr. George Walsh, 'Ton bad better stay : at home, .lad;' Jlu) mosi sucoessfol singer of the even ing.was Mr^Fred.Mack, who was encored re .peiieaiy.aridhadto respond.no lesithansii SmesT In-to negro spesJalaWanaUsgar...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

To Correspondent*. M.L.P.— Alirnji glad to get anything good that will Interest our ,re«flettS, ?''»?*?'' if preteraw^to MTthliSg'elie. 'NaBra o!

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Temperance. CUMBERLAND DISTRICT LODGE, I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

Temperance. CUMBERLAND DISTBIOT LODGE, I.O.O.T. The monthly meeting was held on Saturday, 6th inst., Bro. G. Bennett, D.C.T., presiding. Bro. W. H. Mitchell, Grand Treasurer, was among the visitors. At the request of the D.C.T.,he presided over the bnsinessof the evening. Boportsot degree meetings held in the district were received. A. sale of goods, held over from late basaar, was conducted by auction, Bro. Mitchell officiating as auctioneer. A Teasonabl; good sola was realised by the sale, which sum goes to the lodge funds.

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GOOD TEMPLARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

GOOD TEWLJLRY. Last week's meetings of the local lodges Evening Star and Happy Thought— were Dot well attended. Tbe former meeting was held ou Eight Hour Day, and the principal business consisted of reports of representatives to the Cumberland District Lodge and Temperance Alliance. Subsequently, the members iudulged in harmony.— At ' the Happ.v Thought,' Bro. Hall, C.T., presided. Invitations were accepted to attend the My of Fnirneltl anil Hope oi Auburn Lodges during the month, after nhicli arrangements were made for the coming Surprise. ___^^^_^__^__

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

TOONGABBIE. The weekly meeting of the Mutual Improve ment Society should have conic off the other evening, but owing to tbe absence of Mr. Wilmottaod two or three other members, it Toe first concert ol t\io new Philti&Tuioiiiu Society is set down for Thursday week, Slst inst. An excellent pro^nimnie of popular and classical music vviil be rendered. Thcorchcstra mcnilierd ami vocalists will number . 100 per In reply to a deputation from Kookwood Council, on Thursday, re new post office, the Postmaster General naiil the lacts set out hail impressed him and he would have immediate action taken. A deputation from the Council of Cahnunatta and Canley Vale waited on Thursday upon the Minister for Lands re reserves on Church and School estates. They were referred to the Minister for Public Instruction. Lime Water — so invaluable for all ages to use in the morning in a little milk — is made from a quarter of a ponnd of the builder's unelaoked lime put into a quart of boiling water ;...

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

. . . Once upon a time Two Frogs ~^m. found themselves in a Pail of Milk, and they could not jump out. One turned lunt-hearted, and said to the other, ' Good-bye, I link, I die.' Said his nervy, nousy chum, ' Brace up, yon duffer, keep jmnpin', and see what turnB up.' So tbey kept on jumping up and doirn all night, and by morning bad churned tbe Milk Into Butter, and, io ! they escaped safe to land Applied to business, the troKKy fable means this : the man who looks for bad times, and becomes dormant and fainthearted directly the business out look becomes cloudy, will not survive to see good times. In times of depression timid folk hold back, woadering when the clouds will clear, making weak attempts to tbrive when everything looks favourable, and becoming dormant and faint-hearted the moment the financial horizon has an ominDUB appearance. But the Go-ahead Man pushes and elbows his way through rain and Eiinshine, and all manner of business adversity, fin&Uy commaodinfi a lu...

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

Good Land and Good Manure mean Good Crops and Good Bank Balances. So use - - GE^'S - - Complete Fertilized & Natural Manures. THJBV ARE THE BEST: Supplied in 1 cwt. or 2 cwt. bags, ond^Jdu value allowed on return of emntybags. Write for Price, Pnmplilct, Ac-, to The Sydney Me^weserving Company Wrfks, Rookwood, (_^cr Thorpe & Co.. Pa-rSjnatta, Brokers to the Company Thorpe's Patent Dog Biscuits find Poultry Food, to \w. hurt from Stoicki'oji r. . Try them ! OH011I HAK1), ETC. Iv. . ) *\ ? v y\r r* X v rli,.m-ETapliy u to litapta ?? to be n'dilvleamed i ? ''.'h.jiun,,,^., ,,,.1.1... (iul,l,c . ? I... v ,1 Ir. in it .re c .i..-l« inol H. P. CAMERON, MA, TEACHER of SHORTHAND, LANGUAGES, Ac, GiNnnKoATloNAl. Ham., I'mifumatta. PAY AND EVENING CLASSES. Prinilt Tuition. Students Prepared lor Kx.niis. Thumb Moderate (in Adviince;. t=r- ??/ hart ttudud at the f.'njrmiii'ra of Ei\lyht&h/ GLugaw, GtiettiiiiquyrMml V-fuf4i/i wtj cmiiM o/miiim/ynini, ncrt Inllie R.li.R., t...

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Mr. S. Purchase's Nursery. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

Mr. S. Purchase's Nursery. Olio of tbo pleasuntest ways of pass ng mi idle hour is to pay a visit to Mr. S. Purchase's gardens in George-street. Approaching the entrance, you will ob serve underneath the name ' Somerset Nursery,' the inviting legend ' Open to Visitors daily, Sundays excepted,' so all yon have to do is to push open the iron portal and step blithely in. You will soon find yourself in the midst of a kstcfully-arranged pleasure ground. In the centre is a fountain, throwing aloft the cool spray, and constituting a most refreshing object for contempla tion on a sultry atternoon. In the surrounding li.i-iin, the gold-lisb sport themselves among the spreading water plants.and ilivc uutof sight in sudden alarm on the appearance of a visitor. A pretty lawn spread on every hand, dotted with dowering shrubs and ever greens, and Howor-beds that, in proper seasons present a brave; show to delight the eye. Strolling round, you will ob serve a large quantity of tiny green tufts, so...

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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

POULTET NdTES. Mr. .T. H. Hemsworth, Pairamatta, has some Langshan eggs from best Victorian birds now incubating. Mr. W. Cummins, writing to the Auttralian AtimulturiH, thus sums up ft few of the principal breeds of fowls. Andalusuins. — Slate-coloured fowls with white ears, good layers, almost impossible to breed them true to colour, prize birds throw chickens every shade, from black to white. Brahmas, Cochins,— The very worst fowl it is possible for a man to own, lice breed in them in such quantities-that they kill all the fowls unfortunate enough to have to roost near thorn ; they are mere pets— and bad at that, in this hot country. Dorking, once the best table fowl, is now very difficult to rear, owing, probably to excessive in-breulinf;— not profitable. Game (Brilish),-Purcly a fancier's fowl, must be reared in dry sheds like canaries, very subject to Toup, a cold, or heavy ruin, kills them oil like Hies. Game (Colonial). —Very heavy, good fowls, fair layers, best for table, us...

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

SPBAYING. The largo army of converts, during tbe last few years, to this — the latest hrauch of scientific fruit culture attests its indispensible value. Our orchardists now recognise the profit to be derived from the expenditure of time and money, to enable them to cope with j the numerous pests that unfortunately infest nearly every orchard in the ' colony. For some months we have { brought this question prominently before public notice, and we again desire to remind fruitgrowers that the best time for spraying as a preventative will soon be passed. A large number of our fruitgrowers do not yet grasp the importance of winter and early spring j spraying. Now spraying at these I periods is far more beneficial and costs i less than if you wait until a disease j makes its appearance ; this waiting has j resulted in a loss to our fruitgrowers of hundreds of pounds, a sad reflection indeed, when the expenditure of a five pound note would have given splendid returns for the money investe...

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FARM AND ORCHARD. HORSE MANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 19 October 1895

FARM AND ORCHARD. HOESE MANGE. The Rev. E. Hargrave, Castle Hill, writes on the above subject to Tlir PitM :— ' Could you find space in your paper to give information re the ' horse mange,' that yearly is becoming more common, and in warm weather makes the horse look unsightly and useless. To my knowledge, most of the veterin ary surgeons have so far failed to give information to owners, or lelief to the horses, in many parts of Central Cum berland.' Reply : In New Zealand we under stand that mild attacks of mange are sometimes treated with frequent wash ings with a dip made by mixing lib. of soft soap, 3lbs. hot water and lib C'alvert's No. 5 carbolic acid.

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The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

The Turf. The complete programme for Bosehill Rac ing club meeting on the 2nd and 9th of No vember has been issued, The following is the programme First day, Granville Stakes, 50 sov8., for bosses that have never won a race of 45 govs., six furlongs; Hurdle race, 60 bovs., two miles; Flying Handicap, ou sovb., biz furlongs end a half ; Amateur Plate 50 sovb., amateur riders, lowest weight 9,7, six furlongs and a half ; Rosehill November Handioap, 100 sovb., one mile and a quarter and 100 yards; Welter Mile 50 sovs., lowest weight 8st, Second day : Prince's Handicap, 60 sovs., six furlongs ; Steeplechase, 60 sovs., 2 miles and a half; Corinthian Mile, 50 sovs., amateur ridere, lowest weight, 9st. ; Birthday Handioap, 100 sovs., one mile and three furlongs ; Juvenile Stakes, 50 sovs., for two-year-olds, four fur Jongs: Flying Welter, 60 sovs., lowest weight, 1 8.7, six furlongs and a half.

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