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MONDAY, JUNE 17. Before Messrs. F. W. Edwards, P.M., and R. Harper, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

MONDAY, JUNE 17. Before Messrs. F. W. Edwards, P.M., and R. Harper, J.P.) George Dunning, ou a charge of braiking - «nd entering the club-house of the llo^-liiU Bowling Club, was, on tho application of the ? ? -police, farther remanded for ous week. .? i Jos- Barnes, for riotous conduct, was fined ? 10s* In default, 24 hours' imprisonment. ? John McCrowe was brought before the i.,. . Court on a charge of wife desertion. Con 1 stable Rawe deposed to the arrest of accused by '? virtue of a warrant issued by the Singleton -t - , JJstoch. Remanded till the following day ; and on Thursday remanded to Singleton — boil * allowed.*''*

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SCHOOL OF ARTS "FESTIVAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

THE SCHOOL OF AETS ' FESTIVAL.' The Festival lo nil ol the School oi Arts sboold be made » thorough success. Next to the Hospital our most-deserving institution, tiie School ol Arts has large claims njpon the ?upport ot town and oountry residents ; and the reversfe sustained is connection with the last ball in aid of the funds of the institution shonld onlv eerve to strengthen those claims. It would serve no good purpose to ask why the School of Arte bail Ulled. It would be about Marble as to. blame ibe Oastla Hill A. and H. ?Council for a $oof. attendance at (show, on a wet day. Bat 'fhe poor attendance at the big Soh4dl ot Arts dance meant that aooner or later the lee-way resulting therefrom would bave^tobc made op. Why a danoe party on a isiFjiiUiftA' Aits, bo man ,inan and woman W who l^wSrt/iro^ ®er«-f fSuett, JOT herself, ;Uie :i«M&ia7 be, to do thn utmoM pouible, to ted^Qw^otlnil ''go.' We regret that, owlsg . m Intended to «n$ ndnnlng arSong our 1 soadilolk iu Fairun...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE POLITICAL ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

[?] [?] [?] the; have been discredited in the Assembly; but becanse, whilst having a splendid majority (and perhaps having tbe confidence of the country) they bare been challenged by tbe Upper House. The ' Lords ' have challenged them — in no half-hearted fashion be it remarked — on their direct taxation pro posals. It is said that tbe ' exemp tions' were the occasion of offence; but tew persons believe tbat 1 Unfor tunately, however, the issue is clouded beoaose of tbe alleged reasonableness of (he Council's action as considered in relation to a Land Tax Bill carrying exemptions. And, so far, many persona will be found to agree with Me. Ashton. M.P., that it would have been better, for the people had tbe bill been sent Bfp Jim possible rejection) shorn of alMhe exemptions. But the Government must be regarded as having somft'responsi bilities and sense of responsibilities ; therefore, though tbrinr course is not | one which everg^diaii would applaud, perhaps too mjjSh cavil is out o...

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Local and General. ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Looal and General. ODDFELLOW8HIP. | The quarterly summoned meeting of the Loyal Happy Moments Lodge, M.U.r.O.F., Granville, was held on Monday evening in the School of Arts, Bro. Wo. Snipe, N.G., In tbe , chair. There was a large attendance of mem- j bers. The following were elected as officers ; iur uui effiHung biz. moouu, — u.n., niu. Snipe; N.O., Bro. Geo. Ross; V.G., Bro. Albert Mais ; E.S., Bro. N. J* Wood ; RS. to N.Q., Bro.*Uas6n ; L.8. to N.O., Bro. HutchU son ; 3.S* to V.G^ Bro. T. H. Jones, P.O. ; L.S. to Y.Gm Bro. John Davidson ; Gaardian, Bro. John Hyslop, P.G. ; Auditor, Bro. Jas. Davidson, P.G. Prov. G.&f. C. J. Moriey, assisted by Prov. D.G.M. James Button, in stalled the above officers. One member was initiated Knd one clearanoe granted. Votes of thanks were proposed to the retiring officers-* Bros. Mason, Humphries and Stevens — for the able manner In whioh they had carried oat their duties during the past tens. Tbev suit ably responded. Votes of thanks to ...

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Public School. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

. PilbUc fichooL Tho Hon. !JttC^b Garrard, Minister for Public Instruction and .^member for Sherbrooke, was in Prospect on Friday. Ho officially visited the local public schotd, and granted the youngsters the customary ^mlf -holiday, prior to the breaking up for the. midwinter vacation .

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DURAL. Galston Road Trust [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

DUML. ' G al ston Eoad Trust . The trusteas/.of ;; the ..Galstpn Road are to '^o j'wimmended loj! _soinb wipo ; exgw^tjiwfty :i» xsjit 'j 'A c^art'i in' ot^|b'bWofai an'a;zJho3

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parramatta. POSTAL TELEGRAPH INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Parramatta. POSTAL A TELEGBAPH INFORMATION. Post Office open from 9 a.m. to C p.m. (Saturday excepted]. Money Order ana Government Savings Bnnk open from 10 A.m. to 4 p.m. ; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., find from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. for tbe receipt of deposits only. Telegraph Officc open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m daily (Sunday excepted). Postmaster: ,Mr. T..1jnirk. Ono peunywQrft of Colombo, root -to a pinji .of .boUing ;water'ia a niost excellent ftnd-c^eap reniedylo); mdig^sjbipn. -Take b wiBGrglassfuVi^roc times aday. ? A mild tea made lixnn elder flowers is a good remedy for colds,' and if inado .very, strong will, greatly relievo rheuma iiflm, ^out and dropsy; ?

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OPEN COLUMN. MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

OPEN COLUMN. * MUSIC. It is gratifying to not? the ,great strides the art of music is inking in the colony. At the recent Theoretical Ex amination held at the Sydney Uni versity, in connection with the Trinity College, London, the candidates nuin- ' beret: close on ] ,C'.)0. Iv.w South Wale -- holds the record for the largest numb.-? of candidal. ?.- for the Trinity Colle. ? examination -. The succe.jf nf tlic^e o-:aminntions «!u;ing tho past few year;' evidently 1 -! io the founding of tl Sydney C'oli--;-- ? .if ^'u^ic. Tins in.-ti:u'ui-;:i shouh! re- i»-e i he support of even patriotic per it is a wonder, really, t!?at such m i:v.t :tution was not i' mivlod years v: o- w'here is tiu: nec; for a L md. ^ (Vill.-ge to hold examinations in ihi.- Colony, t lip papers iu c^:r.!ejlion wit'' b;ing sent to Lond ;n ;o be adjudi^aied upon, when more are many elf or a:-u coni]H»ieni jnnsi,,...!s );civ ih.o'-o;-,^h!v ca]ialdo of doin ; i':e ^anie v,-«»r-% ? li savour.; very m: if .: ;? u insul...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
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RAILWAY EXCESS FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

RAILWAY EXCT.SS FARKS. That ' excess fare' system on the railways is a delusion and a snrre. A dcl'vion 1). 'cause it hr -. :ioih;ng what ever to do with ' exc. ss a : nare be cause ii amounts to temptation to dis honest employees and n t:*ip-ii]- t ) busy, honest ones. If our railway ticket system means anything, it means that the cash sheaild only br nauaicfi ny responsible Oii;c-'rs unuer conditions that- make it ' easy to do right, and hard to do wrong.' A-. tlie case now stands, we have a tu.'1et system plus a ca^h-fare ?-v-.iem — v.-e have endless printing of tickets which no one is legally hound to buy. we keep an innn.'use range cf ticket ofiices an immense staff of ticket vendors and an army of ticket collectors and ticket insp ctors, and y^t the average citizen is at perfect liberty to ignore the bt, defy them to do their worst, and slip a coin slyly into the hands of some kch, it is true, believes that all these regulation* about the sin of travelling without a tickci and...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

' Births, Marriages & Deaths. 'r - Prepaid Advertisements under these headings 24 words, l(- ; over 34 words, 2/- each insertion. ; Ay BXBTH. 7/t CpLLETT, —Wednesday, June 10, At \pt resi * dence, Sydney-rood, Auburn, the wife of ^ ?' Mr. W. OoUett, o^ason. ? DEATH. ' MicMURRAY.— June 25, at the residence of Mr brother-in-law, Wentwortb-street, Eat ? Afnittrii Maty Ann, the dearly-hAled Jyjft& Only sister bf Mr*. O. E. Hoo m£gfA ; *48 years. ? ? ^ I /. ' ' IN MEMORIAM. Wftl/.TTtL — In loving memory of my dear jm, //^lix&beth Mfflszv.vbo deputed thjmfef . /r/june 21th, 1608. V 7 ' '/ Inserted by her bring husband, Thomas - j Miller, Auburn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

NOTICE TO ADVEBTISEES. . ! /. It will facilitate business, and prevent mistakes if olloftiers for Advertisements ,in the Free Phjcss bear on the face of of insertions intended -#J ? '? v lobe given; otherwise ihey are liable to bo inserted until countermanded and charged accordingly. Individuals '?-?y- ordering on account of Clubs, Asso X ciations, and such like nre held per* -? -r; . ? tonally liable for due payment ? ^ . ' JOHN BLACK AND CO. | —=========== | THE ICrrmbcrlan^ | toe firm. L ' SATURDAY, TONE 29, 189S.

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OUR ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

pjL;()UR ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. 16 some extent the present iesne is a intinuation oi that with which we jenBS buBijiess, in the public life of n'district. We had heard the sound Imegcy Toices even before the curtain |ui''u{- ; ' and in a certain measure we i&f&voared In our first articles to ex |»|^he gratification we could not SMTtriing that a' welcome such as was ?by 'tbe sound of tfaose voices 4it our approach to the foot pt ibe simple sentiments that sdihen, though siooere and Cannot, after the cordial nils, of approval and Good Much tbe Fbek Peess has mk.hfl nJlnwed to * be the [?]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

'iJljtt Good Digunox win- ox IranR, ^ Aim Health ok Both.' mo REALISE THAT IDEA, mMrBANGER's *j Machine made Bread WHOLE MEAL BREAD (as recom mended by Dr. Eihlt Ktdee) ; and MALT BREAD SPECIALITIES.

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IN SEARCH OF RELIGIOUS UNITY TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

IN SUARCii or RELIGIOUS UNITY. TO TlIU KD1T01'.. r-ia. — :.s tlie multiplicity ot sects, ot divisions, in tho Church, really a source of weakness '? No human mind is cap able of grasping the whole of Truth. One grins one aspect of truth, and then another. The multiplicity of isecls gives everybody a better chance of get iing jus; that spiritual good best adapted to his stage of development and other eircunisiances. So a minutely divided .Church, like a net with a fine mesh, is u*s»!- iu mv SOUI5S sup unuu-u .um be lost. More valuable than the minute subdivision of spiritual labour is tbe enthusiasm anil zeal necessary to make thy labour prjJ'.u-tiveof good. As far as my own observation goes, the smaller tlie organisation, the greater the zeal it siiows in religious work. Whether the observation of others confirms this view, it is for them to say. But there can be no doubt that the smaller the sect, the greater is its interest in tolera tion. A majority split up into small sects is a...

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Notice to Correspondents. Ml communications meant for insertion in the columns oi this paper must lie accompanied by the real name nnd nddrcESof the writers, not ncccfisarily for publication, but as a gaurnntce of good faith. Wc reserve to ourselves tlie right of publishing or reject ing nnv communications, and those that 1 bit up,'' or nre, manifestly Ihe vehicle of any son cf animus whatever, will be in suvted- iu the waste-paper basket. Ho jecled communications ennnot be returned. We will always be ^liul to receive items of news, which, if necessary, will be re vised in the office ; an:l secretaries of foothr'.ll. cricket, Ihwji tennis, and kindred Hub-. :ire cordially invitnl to send in ac couni*. of their iun.U,h«,s ulo.

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A Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

A Social. A very pleasant evening was spent at the residence of Mrs. Shepherd on Monday last, the event being tbe 26th anniversary of Mr. Henry Shepherd's birthdiiy. Music, singing and dancing were indulged in till the 6ma' 'ours, ?when the party broke up, ovary ono feel ing that the time had passed quickly. All here wish Mr. Henry many happy returns of the day.

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BAULKHAM HILLS. A Painful Accident [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

BAULKHAM HILLS. A Painful Accident j llr. George Nichols (son of Mr. S. Nichols, wheelwright) met with a very painful accident. It appears that whilst adzing a piece of timber the adze slipped and entered the calf of his right leg in Dieting a nasty gash. Dr. Dowdney, of Castle Hill, was called in and at tended to the wound : tlie patient is now progressing favourably.

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