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GALATEA C.C. Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

GALATEA C.C. Fixtures. Date. Club. Gi-ound. Rent. 1 ... True Blue ... ... Guktea 8 ...: Linton ? IS ... Field of Mars ... „ »i ? ... Alliance ' ? Burwood 29 ... Albert ? Galatea October G ... Albion ? Albion 13 ... Coates B ? Galatea ? 20 ... Alliance ... ... : „ 27 ... Independent ? Nov. 8 ... Cup (Auburn) ... Clyde 10 ... ParramatUl ? rurnuniitta 17 ... llomsby ? Galatea 21 ... Strathfleld ? Dec. 1 ... Field of Mars ... Field of Mars 8 ... Independent ... Independent 15 ... Granville B ... ... Gulatea ?22 ... Fairiicld ... ... „ 20 ... True Blue ... ... Clyde Jan. 5 ... GranvilleA ? Grauville 12 ... Parramatto ? Parramatta 1!) ... Liuton ? Bydc . ? 2B ... Albion ? Galatea ? Feb. 2 ... Strathfleld ? Strathfleld il ... Collingwood ? Galatea 1G ... 23 ... Albert ? Albert March 2 ... Ciillins'ivood... ... Collingwood !- ... Brash Farm ? Brush Farm lli ... True Blue ? Galatea ?23 ... Granville B ? Gnmvillo 30 ... Fairlleld ... ... Fail-Hold April G ... Brush Farm ? Galatea 13 ... Colli...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

FIXTURES. Coate3 v. Graiiville, on Coates ground, September 22 and 29. l'lay starts at 2.3U sharp. Byrnes J. B., Brown, Culver, Donnan, Giltmau, Lonuen, Nagle, Paton, Smith, Sweeney, Tunks M., 12 Coates G., 13 Timks h\ ' Coates B Team v. Collingwood, Collingwood ground, September 22. Play sturts 2 30 sharp. Jjahnor, Bayley H., Byrnes J., Clarke, Coates W. H., i''alconer, McCiill, Pilcher, Meades, F., Tunics H., W,itaT., 12'1'unki W., 13 Coates The following members are selected to play for Albion aguinst Dural on Albion wicket to day : — Jones, Garlick, Voitch, Guerin, P. Cook, E. Cook, W. Smith, Wilkinson, Wall, Lake man. Sprowles (1), Peters (2), Brothersou (3). Play to start at 2 la sharp. Tho following is tho team picked to play for the Kosehills against Fairfield on tho former's ground to-day :— Whitworth, Wickham, Shep herd, Budge, Colley, Wharf, Langdou, Wesley, Thompson, Pye, Bragg, 12 Stepheusou. Tlie following members of the Albert C.C., are selected to play against the Ol...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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HOMING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

HOMING SOCIETY. A meeting of gentlemen favourable to |t!ie formation cf a homing society was held at. Ohatfiold and Brown's office, Gcorgo-strcet, on Tuesday ovoning lust Tho meeting was only of a co'nver.satiouiil uaturo, but it was pretty well decided among tho.-e present that the society should bo formed. . Tho names of about twelve gentlemen wore given in as willing to to see some of tho more pron .,t pigeon flyera in and around Sydney, with n view to enlisting their co-operation as active members. Mr. Allcrton also kindly promised to givo a trophy, valued at two guino:is, for tho first fly in con nection with the society. It was anggested that tho tjubsisripti-'U bo nominal, with a view to securing a greater number of members. Mr.' E. J. Brown consented to act as secrotary till such time as tho society is properly started. The meeting then adjourned till next Tuesday evening, at the. School of Arts, wlicn it ix expected that a 'few of tho Sydnoy flyers will be present, to givo ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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SYDNEY HUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

SYDNEY HUNT CLUB. On Saturday, October G, tho Sydney Hunt Club will hold another race mooting on Eose hill, tho programme for whicli has been issued, and is bound to meet with some encourage ment. Included are :'? Selling Hurdlo Race, of 70 sovs., 2 miles ; Flying Handicap of 60 sovs , C furlongs; Selling Race of 50 sovs., C fur longs; Hunt Club Steeplechase, a welter handicap, atrophy value 40 sovs., second horse to receive a trophy value £10, for bona-fide hunters, to be ownra aua riuuen oy mo mum bors of the Sydnoy Hunt Club, lowost weight, lOst., about 2J- miles ; Hunt Club Handicap, of 100 sovs. for the winner, with a sweepstako of l.aor. each for starters to go to ? the second horse, 1 mile and 3 furlongs ; and AVelter Handicap of 50 sovs., lowest weight 9st. 71b., to bo ridden by amateurs, members of tho Sydney Hunt Ciub— 1 mile. Entries must bo lodged 'with tho secretary of the Rosohill Eao ing Club not later tliiin 1 p.m. on Monday next.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta Fire Brigade, No. 2. [?] OF THE NEW STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

'latta Fire Brigade, No. 2. TO OF THE NEW STATION. ? lay la«*- the new station of the 1 ar i 1 10 Bngade, No. 2,' was opened by u -n Mr O. J. Byrne3, after the coro ii t ii rhe new corporation baths. The no i ii .tinitedin the now Market build i u i j-i addition to a good engine hou.se, nodiitton for a night-watchman and nn. Most of the leading retid^nts 1 flC OlUli LUIUIIIUIIJ', itBOLUliUluw iw viv/ , i '? No. 2,' Mr. H. Taylor, M.P j aid ,1 i, i3eumos arriving in tinio for ? this , ? -\ the pioeeediugs. t, .fwui Taylor, J.P., as trustee of tho u i ii qucslc d the Mayor to perform the - lemony. ? .i vor said it afforded him oxtreme ^m l» accede to tho request. Ho then 1 1 u icftr to the heroism shown by fire , ii i i-m.s of lire, and the solf -sacrificing its of their dudes. He also l ,? che .Sydnoy firemen, specially i 'ti, Supoiintondont Boar and Mr., i do smd thoro were now 25 firemen , i i Xo. 2, nnd they had a credit balance 1 'id ul the end of the half year. The i_, le in Par...

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THE OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

THE OPENING CKREMONY. On Saturday afternoon last tho were opened by the Mayor (Mr. O J. Kj in the presence of a largo concourso of i Between 3 and 4 o'clock Church-stieet, the railway bridge to tho baths, commei wear a very busy appear. me o. i 2 o'olock a great number of pcoplo -. ? their way to tho baths, aitd had a quiet i i , . tion before tho arrival of the fnemon -. rangements had been made that the mn™ ofcmiM be uorformed almost con » ?, with the opening of the new htation i , 2 Parramatta Fire Brigade, and i ?? ' arrival of the 3 30 o'clock tram fiom g\ h , bringing over a hundred fireman, u imposing procession was formed, nuc ,. ? i following order marched to the ^sito hi .- ) street :— Carriage containing Mr. U . - , ohairmanof the board and Mi. hup. dent Bear ; Oaptain Loyo, of No 2 . , ; . matta Fire Brigade ; Cumbciland - No. 2 Parramatta 3?no Brigade, i\i . i ongino ; No. 1 Parrnmat* Fire Briga- . , , their engine; Bosohffl Band; and t , . following brigades: Granville...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Sports and Games. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

Sports and Games. [Skciibtaiiiks nrc invited to send for pulicatiori in the Aimus complete lists of their nxtuves, reports of ineothiirs iiud matallL-3, mid any siiortinjf items cnlcu liitcd to prove of interest to our renders. 1 This Alberts mot tho Suffields ou tho former's wiokot, Parrumatta Pur';, on Saturday after noon, and, after a good contest, won by 7 runs. Tho fielding of both teams was remarkably good, especially that of Drewe t and James on behalf of the winners. H Garlick and W. Turkington batted splendidly for their scores of 18 and 17 respectfully, Cardiff also boing re sponsible for double figures, 10, whilst Crisp took the bowling honors, securing G wicltots for 14 runs. For the losors, Deano batted well for his score of 19, Mooney and Thompson di viding bowling honors. Following are the scores : — Albert. Cardiff, c Andrews, b Vcitch, c Brooks, b Moonev ? 10 Mooney ? 3 Thwiiito.'c Andrews, b Turlington, o Andrews Thompson ... ... fi b Thompson ... ... 17 Jiiiues, c...

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, and C. W. Lloyd, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

Wednesday, September 19. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, and C. W. Lloyd, Js.P.l Charles McCarthy, charged with being drunk . was fined 5s or 24 hours. Lydia Johnstoue, arrested on warrant, and charged wiLh using obscene hmguage on the 2nd September, pleaded not guilty. Constable Welsh proved the offence, and she was fined 20s or 7 days. The same defendant was also charged with being drunk and disorderly. The police gave fli« iwiAmiin ii vnnr Knrl Mmvnnfni' ? Sim ipiin fined 20s or 7 .days. Abmimulativo sentences. Patrick Hayes v. Ah Quong. The defend ant was charged under the 01st By-law, being the occupier of: premises iuSinith-streot, on tho 28th .August, and having neglected to keep same clean', thereby keeping a nuisnnce*- De fendant pleaded :iiot guilty. Patrick Hayes, Inspector of Nuisances, deposed that ou- tho day in question ho visited tho premises in question ; saw the defendant there, in bed; found on the premises ?' a large' quantity of manure, which was very offensive, stac...

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Town Improvements. MR. JOHN TAYLOR'S SALE YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Town Improvements. Ml!.. JOHN TAYLOR'S SALE YARDS. }lu. Joii.v Taatok's eutei']iriso leads him to nvuri'oiuo many obstacles. AVlieu the Govern mi;iit resumed tho site of his liailwuy Sale Yard in Wenlwovth-sireet, it seemed as though he would have considerable trouble in obtaining suitable sale vards, but hedid not bother about ituing very faraway from his old yards, mm was ready to occupy immediately a more cen li-al site. In Church-street, at the- rear of Messrs. White and JLetcalfe's, ho has laid out in excellent style one of tho most desirable si'es in the town, for tho pur pose of holding mles of horses, cattle and pigs, furniture, and farm and dairy produce. Eu trniac i« gained by it well-made lane from tho main street. On the right hand sido on entering are constructed some nine or ten horse-boxes, which uro very roomy and substantially built. Further on is a neat ollice, and next to that a good sized harness room. Provision is made for carriages and vehicles in a spacious sh...

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Upper Bankstown. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Upper Bankstown. Tit rrnoxto CostMuxiemox.— Mr. .Frank Kariioll, M.l1., has received the fallowing o'liciul communication,— General Tost Ollice Sydney 21st September, 18SS. Sir, -with 1'e farenci) to 'the communication from Mr. J. J. Cornier of ' Sturluml,' Upper .Baukstown, whicli you forwarded to this department, further urgim; the extension of telegnn-hio or telephonic communication to B.inkstown, I am directed to inform you that it would appear from tho reports furnished in the mutter that very careful inquiry was made in the matter from reliable sources and there does not seem any likelihood of a sufficient amount of business beimf trnnsuctwl to warrant even si telephone ollitvj being established. In these circumstances the Postmaster General rcL'Tots that he does not see his way to disturb tho decision already communicated 'to you, at any rate at present. — 1 have, etc., S. \V. Lajuiton, Secretary,

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Prospect and Sherwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Prospect and Sherwood. Tin: usual fortnightly meeting of tho above Council was hold on Thursday ovomng lust. Present: His Worship the Mayor, Mr. II. T. Jones (in thoohair), Aldermen Muston, Hottier. Airoy, and Futon. J. no minute* ot tlie previous meeting wore read an.l confirmed. . Tho Mayor ronoiied that Mr. Miltfafo had declined to fulfil his itgrcomciit iind pay 23 Gd p;r yard for an amount of ku'bing' and guttor mg lie had applied for, and that after n quan .tity of stone had. been prepared at the quarry and carted to Mr. Mikjate's. The Mayor -was given to understand that Mr. Milgato expected ' t- got the work tlono free utter tho next oloa-' tion. lie for one would never consent to this. Alderman Airey considered that Mr. Milgato. could lie foracd'to pay for the work if taken to it i) -urt of law. Alderman lloliier pointed out that the work had been proceeded with boforo they hadrecoived.Mr. Milgate's portion of tho cost. .Aldermen Huston and Futon held that Mr. Milgato should...

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Hornsby. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Hornsby. Mr. Fiiask Faiisell, M.P., ? following oflicial communication: — 'Depart- ment of Public Works, Sydney, 25th Soptombor 1S88. Sir, I am directed to acknowledge tho receipt of your loiter of 2-'r-] in.-!, on tho mib jocl that a survey nny be nrirlu i'f :i road from 'Hornsby to Durnl, niYl to inform you that tho niiilter'hns been referred for the report of tho proper ofliwr, and when the necessary informa tion has liooii received, a further communica tion will be mndo to you.— I have, etc.,' J. Vmiusg, Under Secretary.'

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. (Before Messrs H. Byrnes and N. Stewart, Ls. M.) (Continued case) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

WEDXE3DAY, SkI'TKJIHUR 2G. (Boforo Messrs IT. Byrnes and N. Mowart, Ls.M.) (Continued en.so) The defendant stated thst he was a labourer, and resided at Potis Hill ; remembered when Cropp mid Schwnrtzcr came to tho club houso ; ho wns not thero when they camo in ; ho ennio in afterwards, nnd tho men asked him for n drink; ho told them he could not givo it to them : ho went for Charles Buby.ftho manager, who enmo. in with Mr. Finn, nnd spoke to tho men, wrote down on some curds for them, nnd thoy were then supplied with rum ; tho men put down sotne money, which B:tby picked up; Sergeant Megnrvey came to the premises on tho lath, nnd seized a quantity of liquor ; tho liquor did not belong to witno.s. To Mr. Hellyer: I o-ill tho placo tho Pottsi TTi' ''i.: House; it belongs t-- ?'?? ' -: build it; tbo O'Connor, used ? ? ?:,. - '? ..- - somo of tho co . ? , ; Yntes, Loft-us, ,.'..-? were seven . ?? nvttoo ; I w ; i.uem ; thero wns no treasurer; Mr. O'Connor toMc tho m-riiey ; O'Connor g...

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Granville Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Granville Borough Council. The regular meetingof the Grauville Borough Council was held in the Council Chambeis, School of Arts, on Wednesday last. Present : The Mayor (Aid. Viiwin) presiding, and Alder men Nobbs, Grimwood, Ross, Fewster and Kitohio. COItKESrON'DEXCE. From Aid. Howieson, apologising for non attendance. Received. From Parramatta Gas Company, with list of lamps erected, and mentioning removals mado. . Aid. Nobbs moved that the letter be referred to the Lighting Committee. He would like to know by what authority the Company remove any lamps. They^were originally placed at tho corner of streets, but some wero now placed in William street in such a way, that they threw nolightintocrdssstreets, such an Lumley-street, an desired. Alderman Ross seconded the motion, -which was carried. from Aldermau Noobs, with letter and memo rcc'ji ved by him, from the Railway Department, r.i Jlr. Veuter's complaint, respecting flooding of his property, that there was no reason to alter pr...

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Parramatta Licensing Courts FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, N. Stewart, and J. E. Manning, Ls.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Parramatta Licensing Court* Fmday, Seitemdkii 21. (Boforo Mo-isrs. H. .Byniee, N. Stewart, and J. E. Manning, Ls.M.) John bcully was charged with having sold liquor, to wit, rum, on' the 11th September, without ii. Jiceii-.c to do so, in an unlicensed house at Potts Hill. Ho plcadtd not guilty, and was defended by Mr. II. A. Hichnrdsou. Mr. T. Hcllyer nppeaved for the prosecution. John Cropp dopo.icd to being at defendant's house on tho 1-Hh inst., iu company with a man named f-'chwarlzer ; witness asked for a drink, and defendant sniU, ' You onn't have n drink without being a member;' some other men then enmo in nnd told witnesshe and his friend could join tho club ; they got cards, and wrote their names down in a book ; u man j-ut somo money in his hand, and ho put the money on the counter with the card, and they had a drink ; Schwatzerpnid for four drinks, aiid witness paid for n drink for unothcr innn ; foully was present nil tho time ; did not pay any money of his own to become...

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The King's School Amateur Athletic Club Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

The King's School Amateur Athletic Olub Sports. President : liev. A. St. John Uniy, M.A. : Vice1'resi ileuts: Mr. W . W. lloilellliiim :iuil l)v. Jenkins; .lucres: Messrs K. Kice, mill S. K. Wiilfunl; ltc fei-ee: Mr. C. G. Wiule; -ltuli.-cs of wiilkiiK,': Messrs. J. G. AmbriuVi-, nm] W. ,S. Coir; Sliirler ; Mr. E..1. mown; Time-In kei--: Messrs. J. l).l)e liincy, iin-1 U. It. llurkitt ; Committee : Kev. A. St. John Cliiiv, Kev. 1). Diivies. mill Messrs. ¥. llen nell, K. liice, (J. K White. It. S. Simpson, Li. K. 1'. Hull, V. A. Huberts, mnl A. .1. Mel/iidiliin ; Hon. Sti.Te.tMiT : Mr. F. ltaiuett. -).v AVeduesday afternoon last the King's School Amateur Athletic Olub celebrated their sixteenth annual meeting, which was very suc cessfully carried out on the Parramatta Cricket Club's ground. A cold wind was blowing during the afternoon, but the ladies (of whom there wus a largo number present) came thoughtfully prepared with wraps, and, in other respects, the weather was just the tili...

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Cumberland Building, Land and Investment Company, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Cumberland Building, Land and Investment Company, Limited. Thb fifth annual meeting of the company was held iu the Mas nic Hall, Parramatta, on Thursday afternoon. Mr. Frank Beames, chairman of the Board of Directors, presided. The report, and balance sheet were read by the manager, Mr. J. J. Miller, from which we extract the following particulars : — 'In submitting this, the Fifth Annual Report of tho Company to tho Shareholders, tho Directors are pleased to be still able to con gratulate them upon its prosperity. Although tho depression alluded to in the last report has not entirely passed away, yot the business has been conductsd so successfully and economically that tho year shows a profit of .£1864 3s 8d. ' During the year tho overdraft at the bank has been reduced from £22,849 16s Id to £11,573 9s 3d, and tho capital increased to £19,090 10s. 'The increased confidence in the stability and prosperity of the Company is evidenced by the fact that the amount placed at fixed deposi...

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WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26. (Before Messrs H. Byrnes, C. W. Lloyd, J. Whitworth and E. Pearce, Js. P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Wednesday SmiKMnEn 2G. (Before Messivs II. Byrnes, C. W. Lloyd, J. Wliifcvorfch and E. Pen roe. Js.P ) Ching Too, on warrant, was charged with fraudulently obtaining money and goods by means of a valueless cheque. Joseph Caddy de posed that on tho 18th Juno last prisoner came to his shop, and purchased goods to the value of £-1 18s, and tendered a cheque for £7 10s m payment; would not take the clicqtio, »s lie did not know the party in whose name it was drawn; he said had received the cheque fiom his late employer, for wages ; lie then gave Mr. Slung tho Chinese missionary, as a refcrenco ; Mr. filing subsequently endorsed the cheque, which was thereupon cashed ; Mr. !«hin-r had hinco refunded tlie iiiiioiint to witness, «s he hid end rsed the cheque. David Shing, Chinese missionary, substantiated the former witnesses evidence, us far as (he endorsement of the cheque was concerned, Prisoner was re manded for a week for further evidence. William Anderson, on bail, charged with being...

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Parramatta Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Parramatta Borough Council. Tin-: regular mut'ting wits held on Wediios tliiy evening. Present : Tliu Mayor (Mr. C. J. Byrnes), mid Aldermen Brodie, Bournes, Dixon, Dollow, 'I iernim imd Drew. Tliu Mayor reunited that the I'm-rmiiiittii Ceutcuinl Butlis were owned on September Hi in the presence of it large iiiniibor of citizens and firemen from Hie City anil suburbs. The receipts for the first week ut the baths was .Cl.'i Is (id. Ho nisi reported thut the money for the limn of L'J')OO anil the premium of £-210 had been received mid placed in the Commercial Bank lo tlio credit of the Nuisances Prevention Account. He further reported that a deputation from tlio Council waited on tlio Minister for Public Works on l'Viday last in reference to the deepening of tlio Parninmttii Kivor, and elicited from the Minu ter a promise that the new dredge should be first experimented with at Parramatta. The Vinauee Committee presented their fort nightly report of accounts, as follows;-— General iic...

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Fairfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Fairfield. Cmckkt.— A meeting of the Fairfield Cricket Club, was held li|st week, Mp & }f. Appleton, president, in the chair. The rules werd revised and accepted. It was decided to moot in Mr. D. Dido's hall ;iu future in preference to the local hostlery, the meeting night being aranged tor i.'iicsdnyi))| each mouth nearest full moon. The colours of the club urp scarlet nnd black. Fnuiraiminius' Uxios.— The monthly meet ing of the Fairfield branch of tlib'Unioii lapsed 0,11 Wednesday evening, owing to the very wel come rain. It has been arranged that Mr. Argus Mackay shall deliver a lectijre in Mr. Dale's Hall, uuder the auspices oi the liniou, on the Wednesday nearest the full moon of next month. This will be the first of a series. Lariukixism —Numerous complaints are made of tho hu-rikinistic conduct of some young men iu the trains along the Southern line, ain some attention should be given to these young blackguards by the powers that bo. Piiomtiiss Association-. — The mo...

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