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

QENSATION IN THE TAILORING. McDONALD TAILORING/. COMPANY // L, (E. U-Myt/KS3, UyfWell-known OjQfsty SYDNEY, Has jBommenced Business at CHUBCH- STBEET, PABBAMATTA, Bight opposite Court House. SUITS may be obtained at LOWEST PRICES (FOB CASH) Or oh TIME PAYMENT, to Suit Customers. MACINTOSHES A SPECIALITY, 7/6 deposit. Balance at 2/6 per week. SUITS, £1 Deposit * Balance, 5/- per week. - A First -class Sydney Cotter Engaged. CYCLISTS and CLTJBS dealt with on Special Terms. ill,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TUESDAY. THE TYRO. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

TUESDAY. The Tyro. In this match Corporal Manchee seoured a prize, scoring 81 and 28. Tbe Stone?. Here, several ot our men scored — as follows : Mr. J. J. Brennan, P.B.C., 82, 82 ; Mr. H. Grieve, P.B.C., 32, 29 ; (Mr. P. WilliamsB.R.C., scored 67.) Affiliated Clubs Mmiau In this, Mr. E. J. Brown, P.B.C., soored 40 points, and got second prize. Mr. B. Young seoured a piize in Continuous match. Private B. Slook (Parramatta), scored in Extra Series.

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WEDNESDAY. "THE DANGER." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

WEDNESDAY. 'The Dangab.' In the 'Dangar' match— at600 yards, Mr. R. H. Grieve, P«B.C., scored 48, Mr. C. F. Morton (42) was counted out. — At 700 yards, Mr. O. G. Symons put np 87, Mr. B. MoCook, 86, Mr. B. Young, 86. 'The Jaques.' In 41 The Jaquos,' Mr. B. Young (Para matta), B.C., was the winner, with, the fine score of 64 (33, 31) ; Mr. J. J. Brennan put up 57. Schools' Challenge Shield. i In the ' Schools Matoh,' St. Ignatius won, scoring 518. Ncwington, 505, oame seoond ; The Ring's School (488), third.

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GRANVILLE ELECTORATE. GRANVILLE. Concert [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

GRANVILLE ELECTORATE. granville! Concert. ! On Monday evening an enjoyable concert was given in St. Mark's School room, in aid of the parish stipend-fund. Dr. Kerr presided. Mrs. Newcoinbe, an old favourite, opened the programme with ' I was dreaming,' and Miss i Barber followed with a pianoforte solo. ? Mr. Hughes contributed a vocal number, i ana Misses Metcalfe and Williams and Messrs. French and Telfer sang the quartette ' Sweet and low.' Miss Williams' full deep contralto voice was heard again in the solo 14 Stay with me.' Mr. Percy French sang '? The king's minstrel,' and Miss Docker contributed an instrumental solo. Mr. .T. B. Telfer scored in ' The Toreador's song,' and a taking item was the duet ' Excelsior ' given by Miss Williams and Mr. French. Mr. Kay recited 44 Death-doomed,' and was loudly encored. Part II. was opened with a pianoforte solo given by Miss Metcalfe, after which came a most enjoyable trio in which the singers were Miss Williams and Messrs. French and Tel...

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KENTHURST. School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

KENTHUEST. School of Arts A meeting of the oommittee of the above was held on Thursday night, 17th inst. President T. H. Burrell was in the chair and there were also present Messrs. White, Cohen, Tosh, Tftllis, Coker, McKenna, Dale and the secretary (Mr. A. bibbs). Tne minutes of tne previous meeting were read and con firmed. Donations towards the new building were received from Messrs. H. Cohen (£1), W. Wrench (10s), G. Muir (6b). It was decided to nrant the sum of £5 towards buyingrefreshments for the bazaar. The treasurer (Mr. Dale) was instructed to purchase two Boss Atliin lamps for the hall. The presi dent was instructed to employ requisite labour for clearing up the hall for the official opening. Meeting of the Progress Association to-night' (Saturday). Hall to be finished this week. A splendid track hag been formed for the cavalry display at the bazaar. Mr. Gibbs senr, has taken up his The wW and its mother are expected at the Kenthurst bazaar next Saturday, Donations to the...

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Parramatta Licensing Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. (Before Messrs. F. W. Edwards and N. Stewart, L's.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

Parramatta Licensing Court. ?MOSDA.V, OCTOBER 21. (Before ftlSssrs. F. W. Edwards and N. Stewnrt, L'e.M.) The transfer of license of Cottage Inn from Alice Durton to C. P. Newey, was granted. Wine Licensk. F. H. Hughes applied for a Colonial Wine liccnsc in connection with his premises, corner of Church and Argyle streets. Mr. Richardson appeared for applicant. The police had made an objection on the ground that the reasonable requirement 01 tne neignDournooa aia not call for the issue of Buch license. The Hev. E. Price (President, Parramatta Temperancc Alliance/, and Mr. P. Morgan (Vice-president) appeared to oppose. Applicant gave evidence to the effect that his property was assessed at £100. He did a considerable district and suburban business. Was applied to frequently to supply Colonial wine to such customers. * & Cross-examined by the police : Was aware that a license for a shop aboo£ fifty yards had been refused. The Bench said the question did not affect the case. Re...

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Flashes 'Neath the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

Flashes 'Neath the Sea. The irade of the Sultan of Turkey has been ; issued decreeing the scheme of reforms | throughout the Turkish Empire. Trouble pending between Great Britain and the United States over a Venezuela matter. Whilst driving along the Proeter, Vienna, Field-Marshal Andelsham shot his wife and then blew his own brains oat. Cause, invest* ment-misfortanes. Russian expedition off to China. (And what will the end be !). Strained relations now between Italy and Portugal over a suggested visit of Dom Carlos I. to Home. Russia objects to continued presence of Japs, in Coreu. Says it'£ a ' menance.' Mr. J. Dillon (ex Irish M.P.), to be married. A son of Mr. Mackay (' Silver King ') had his neck broken whilst playing polo in France.

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PENNANT HILLS. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

PENNANT HILLS. Cricket A match was played on the local ground on | Saturday last, between Pennant Hills and Dundas, and resulted in a draw very much in favour of the former. Winslow 24, Hassall 43 not out, and M. Thompson 24 not out, batted beet for Pennant Hills ; while Webb 20, and Johnson 22 did good service for Dundas. Winslow 5 wickets for 60, Lutherborrow 2 for 35, and M. Thompson 8 for 4, did tbe bowling i for Pennant Hills. Following are the scores:— | Dundas. W. Catt, c, b Winslow ? 0 ' Johnson, b Winslow . . . . 22 Webb, b Lutherborrow ? 20 Williams, b Winslow ? 12 Sellors, b Lutherborrow 0 Cox, b Winslow ? . . 3 Cowell, b Winslow ? 2 Spurway, b M. Thompson . . *2 J. Catt, b M. Thompson . . 12 Franks, b M. Thompson . . 14 Humphreys, not out ? 13 * Sundries . . . . 12 Total ? 112 Pesnant Hiu.k. Winslow, c, b Sellors . . . . 24 I A. Thompson, b Sellors . . 9 | Anlezark, c, b Cox . . . . 2 K. Thompson, b Sellars 2 Hassall, not out . . .. ..43 - M. Thompson, not out . . . . . ...

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

hi, i BENSON'S NEW SHOP LEADING. [?] Axe Handles — ... 6£d each Baking Powder (Soyer's) ... 5d tin Biscuits — -Ginger Nuts... ... S| lb. Fancy Mixed ... 4£d lb. Brooms, ... ... ... 5id each Candles — Best Sperm, fid ; Wax, Bibs for Is. Canary Seed (Mixed or Plain) 5lbs for Is. Extract of Soap ... ... 10d doz. Boot Gloss ... ... ) 4£d bottle Satin Polish ... ... f 8 bottles Is Groats ... ... G| per tin Golden Syrup ... ... 5d per tin Treacle ... ... 4$d per tin Marmalade ... ... G|d per tin Lucca Oil ... ... 6d per bot. Matches ... ... l£d per doz. Oatmeal (best) ... ... 9^3 per bag. Pickles (imported) ... 5 id per bot. Starch ... ... 7 boxes for Is. Sheeps Tongues ... ... 9d per tin. Soap... ... ... 5 bars for Is. Dixon's No. 1 CIGARETTES 4s Gd per box To be had only from A. BENSON «fc Co. We Also Sell Tobacco and Cigarettes. Conqueror, 10 plugs to the lb, ... 8s 6d per lb. QomeBule, ,, ,, ... 2s 9d per lb. Army and Navy, 7i ,, ... 2s 9d per lb. Conqueror ... ... ^ fid per Plug Home...

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

Wedding. On Wednesday last the 24th inst. Mr. John Woodcock, of Ermington district, was united in the bonds of holy matri mony to Miss Franks, daughter of Mr. William FTankB, of Rydalmere. The ceremony took place in St. Mark's Church (of England) Ermington.

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

K W SEEDS. Senson j Truit Trees, Roses & Seed Potatoes. j 9 GRASS SEEDS — Rye, Cocksfoot, Prairie, etc. CLOVER SEEDS— Red, White, Lucerne, etc. ! VU I H FODDER SEEDS— Tares, Barley, Oats, etc. I Vegetable, Flower Seeds, and Bulbs. ? m m ' Write for Catalogues, Prices, and Samples. Our New Gardening Guide sent Post Free. j Arthur Yates & Co. VI I Seed Merchants and Growers, I 237 atrsssx ST.. bydnby. £25 MAY BE EASILY GAINED By Professional Men, Artists, Architects, or any Ladies, Gentlemen, ^ or Young Folks able to Compete. / GSIFFITHS BROS., offer the above for the BEST WORD or WORDS, MOTTO or BRAND suitable as a TRADE MARK for their TEAS, COFFEES and COCOAS. It is found necessary to obtain such Trade Mark that the public may be enabled to easily recognise GRIFFITHS BROS.' BRANDS, it having been brought to their notice that certain of their patrons have been disappointed by accepting other Arms' goods as Griffiths Bros.' CONDITIONS AND SUGGESTIONS. 1. Open to anyone...

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The Gilded Youth at Even. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

The (Hided Youth at Even. Some of the gilded youth of Bydalmere hardly seem to grasp the fact that even a good thing may be overdone. To practice minstrelsy up to a reasonable hour in the School of Arts is laudable enough, but to continue the practice in the middle of the rood till past midnight I is not so well. Singers are not heard to advantage under such circumstances, and the audience is apt to become im patient. Most of it (the audience) has I gone to bed; and, not appreciating eer .? i.' W_ '... ^ ? enading, searches for handy missiles and plots revenge. II the full tide of harmony cannot empty itself before, say, — 10 p.m., it would be wiser to goafew miles into the bush, and turn on the tap there.

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A New Craze. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

A New Craze. It *would hardly seem a blessing , If a mania for confessing Should be breaking out around us, and on , every band be seen ; But, without exaggeration, ( There's the strongest indication j That it's coming all too quickly — see the recent , case of DeAn. Pent within his penal cell, Dean his tale of guilt must tell, You'd think the secret safely locked within the breast of Meagher ; But, with exultation swelling, Meagher the story soon was telling To the principal opponent of the pri6*ncr at : the bar. \ Then Sir Julian, sadly flurried, | By the weighty sccret worried, . Xiost his peace of mind, and quickly found he couldn't get it back ; And his woe knew no abatement ! Till he'd written out a statement [ - And, with hlB ' compts,' had sent it to Attorney-General Jack. Next, Want he took and read it From end to end, and said, it Was good indeed of kind Sir J. to send a yarn like that ; 1 -V The truth lie would not stifle L For — let us say — a trifle Bo he opened wide th...

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ERMINGTON & RYDALMERE. Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

EBMINGTON & BYDALMERE. Municipal CounciL The fortnightlv meeting of the Council was held on Wednesday. Present : Mayor Smith I (in the* chair), Aldermen Ryan, ? Jenkins, Cowell, Humphreys, and Stevens. Reports. The Finance Committee's report reeom- | mended payment of accounts amounting to £27 4s. Tbe Overseer's report dealt with work in progress in Mary and Bennett streets, and with other jobs of minor importance. Correspondence. , From A. W. Hayes, of the School of Arts trust, asking the Council to do something definite in connection with the suggested pur chase of tbe School of Arts building. The writer mentioned that his previous letter had not been answered.— -The Clerk made a remark that it was not customary to answer letters which were merely received. — It was stated that Mr. Hayes would be informed that a deputation was going to the Minister as a deputation re the sflJe of the School of Arts. 4 From N. Kirby, asking for a crosslQ^ near his property. — Received ; the...

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Ryde Electorate. RYDE. Police Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards, P.M.) CLAIMS FOR WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

I Byfle Ettrate. RYDE. Police Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22. (Before Mr. F. W. Edwards, P.M.) Claius fob Wages. James Bone, a labourer living at Hornsby, summoned JamesFitzgerald, of the Bame place, storekeeper, for £1, for wages alleged to be due. Tne defendant pleaded ' not indebted.' The plaintiff delivered himself of a some what confused narrative, the gist of which was thai about three months aco he had agreed ± ' . (o work for Mr. Fitzgerald as ft general labourer for 5s per diem. He worked five days daring the first week, six days in the second, and 2$ in the third— 14& days in all, 5; and had received payment for only 10A days, ft leaving lour days still unpaid for. He admitted that previous to entering into Mr. Fitzgerald's ! V, employ he had owed him account, and that . it was agreed that he Bhould be credited with ,j~ 10s a week against this account. Subse f: quentiy, he denied that be had consented to this arrangement. Mr. Fitzgerald cross-examined the plaintiff I' ...

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

CAELINGFORD. We are sorry to hear that a good deal of illness has been prevailing in this district of late. Mrs. Jenkins, and Mr. Williamson have both been dangerously ill, and Mrs. K. Cowell hadsomemonths ago to be taken to the Prince Alfred Hospital, where she underwent a most , trying operation. For a time her life was despaired of ; but she is now, we are happy to announce, very much better, and last Saturday was able to , attend divine service at St. Paul's Church. I

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DUNDAS. A. District Band. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

ifr DUNDAS. | v A District Band. f-' The Dundas Band has made such ^ favourable progress, and is altogether sncb a praiseworthy institution, that a 1^ , number of gentlemen have interested f' - themselves in forming it into a -.thoronghIy representative district band, placing it upon a thoroughly -;''»^flnancial basis. With this object, a Is held at Dundas on Satur th inst, when it was resolved ?king committee should be . Epthorp to aot as secretaiy -ran as treasurer, and that a te6 consisting of the two gentlemen and Mr. C. bandmaster, should draw [.hileB. The secretary was fed -'to ' write to Mr, Teny r Sihh to act as president, -ther prominent persons to [?] its object to provide music for enter tainmeats subject to the committee's approval. All subscribers to be enrolled as members, and be eligible to become members of committee. A ; committee of ten to be formed 1 and meet monthly. Any person sub scribing £1 Is to be entitled to the services of the band once a year, at an eveni...

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Wild Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 26 October 1895

Wild Flower Show. The annual wild flower show at Hornsby this year was taken up by the Presbyterian body, and was held on Saturday, from noon till 10 p.m., in a hall recently built by members of this denomination, and for which the pro* ceeds of the show are to be devoted. There were five stalls in all, and each was a picture in itself. ' Fairy Bower ' was presided over by Misses Kilpatrick and Sutton ; whilst the Misses Fear (three) and Gilbert had charge of the ' Bounty. Refreshments were dis pensed on the stage solelyby Mm Knox; the fernery stall was attended to by Misses M'Kenzie and Moran ; and Misses Dobson and Peters did similar duties at the goods. In the competitive floral exhibits, of which Messrs. Moran, Epthorp, and Sutton were the judges, the following were the successful prize winners : — Best six waratahs, Mr. H. Symonds; bridal bouquet, Miss B.Fear ; bunch native roses and basket ferns, Miss Knox. Miss Neta Craig carried off the prizes for design of wild flowers, orc...

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

T. W. POLLOCK, DRAPER, MILLINER and CLOTHIER, Victoria House. Fuller's Buildings, Church Street. Is Now Showing .... . . . In Each Department SPRING GOODS ' Newest, Most Fashionable, and Best-selected Stock. Dress Department Large Bange of New Muslins. Zephyrs in Plain, Stripes and Checks. Galateas — Strong, Heavy, Good Value. PrintB and Sateens, Light and Dark. New Shades in Cambric for Blouses, Fast Colours, Newest Designs. Shirting Prints, Newest Colours and Stripes. Pongees, Llamas, and Delainetts in a large variety of Pretty Designs. Fancy Costume Tweeds. Silk and Wool Mixed Tweeds. Fancy Spring Coatings. / , Wool Beiges, Crepons. -y /A A Black Grenadine. / /\ Black and Coloured Cashmeres. / I Nun's Veiling, eto., etc. | Haberdashery Department- ' This Department ib now well assorted with all Plain Haberdashery. Also Novelties in Bead Trimmings. Fancy Buttons. Combs. Brushes. | Perfumery. Soaps. Belt Buokles. Purses. Baskets, etc., etc. I Millinery Millinery Ladies' Fashionable...

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

Brief Mention. Mr. J. Auchterlonie (one of the ' J. J. Martin ' mining party) L back in our district again. He left his mates crushing gold-bearing stoned; but he is off, we hear, to Johannesburg, South Africa. fifiss Williams, one of the heroines of the concert at St. Mark's parish, Granville, on Mnnilair ie itic vonrnlfdn n. mllcipfll ftnthncinKt Alderman Hughes (a Parramatta boy who is reported to be doing well in the wool business at Waterloo I was also among the vocalists. In the Paj V on Sunday afternoon the venes ? able Tucker - nd his mate were conspicuous by their absence. Have the police effectually applied the gag? A new phUanthopist was, however, a good deal in evidence. It was a remarkable loot that when the Salvationist spoke of the hominy a certain one had eaten in Darlinghurst Gaol, many of the male spectators looked at each other and winked the other eye. Tbey seemed to remember the taste. The nominations for the Bankstown muni cipal election closed on Friday, the 1...

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