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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 October 1888

MISCELLANEA. Chrysanthemums ought now to Iibvo a good top dressing and the sheets trimmed out and the remaining ouos pinched. Sow some sunflowers in rich deep soil in linos three feet apart, with 18 inches between ihe plants. The seed is very fattening, and a pint per day. given to a cow will enrich her milk and give her a sleek coat. Mnlch everything that is now or that has been planted; as well as the beds generally, which will kepi) '10 ground open and save much time in watering. At the spring time of tho year is tho most likely time for wines to recommence a fermen tation. If this is observed, take out all bungs, burn sulphur in the collar, and close up every aperture. After 2-1 hours open the cellar, and when safe to re-outer, replace tho bungs. Rack all the new wines into well-sulphured casks. Fine the old wines, using the whites of about eight eggs to each 100 gallous. For wounds made on horses or cattle by barbed wiro fences, there is nothing bolter than acompositionmadcof c...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fancy Dress Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 October 1888

Fancy Dress Carnival. 'What may be said to conclude the skating season iu i Parramatta 'eventuated in the shape of a plain and j faucy dress carnival at the Victoria rink on Wednesday cven'ini: last. The affair was not so well attended as on former'oecasions, but it caubosaid that the hall was just comfortably filled. The rink, as usual, was very prettily decorated with buntinu-, and illuminated by Chinese lanterns, whieh combined with the fancy dresses, presented a verv attractive spectacle. By S o'clock .ill had arrived 'und wen- to V seen gliding gracefullvarouudtothe strains of the Koschill Hand. Very few' in cveninc dress were to bo observed, but one deserving of mention wore crushed .strawberry, and showed ii stroiis affection for rose*. The characters of a Watteau Shepherdess, Bo lVen (without u crook;, Grace Darlincr, and a Japanese I^adv, assumed respect ivelv bv Mis«e- Melville, Janet Davis, O'Shea, and French', drew miuiv a hopeless glance from the crick eters, cyclists, ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 October 1888

CARLIKGFORD. In the Estate of the lute Mrs. Sonter. GRAND ORCHARD PROPERTY. Yieldiug Handsome Keturns. HEIGHTS OF CARLINGFORD. Opposite the residence of Riehard Ray, Esq., and within one mile of Carlingfonl Eaihvav Station, Great Northern line. FOK AUCTION SALE. 'WEDNESDAY, 31st OCTOBER. TIT A. BUODIE & CO. have been favoured IT . with instructions from tho Trustees iu the above estate to sell by Public auction at their rooms, George-street, Piuramatta, ou the above date, At 11.30 o'clock. A Choico orchard property, containing an area of '25 acres, 3 roods and 1 1 perches, mostly planted with Orange and Summer Fruits', Healthv, and in full benrinsr, and returning about flOO per annum. On the property is erected a COMFORTABLE SLAB 1IOUSK, 7 rooms, and all necessary out buildings, stables, cart and packinsr sheds. Plentiful supply of water. The land is securely fenced,' and the position is all that can be desired. Title Freehold. Inspection invited. To Speculators, Persons Fur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 October 1888

A FEW TONS OF 'WIRE, Kusty, ti _T\- .. reduced price. 2_ ? JHURUAY BI!C)S._ I BAPftsT '^IUiJCii^SpctJrirrScn^ce' ou ' Moiiify-i y evening by Kov. J. Straughen, in memory of the late Jlrs. Isaac While. j LACK- FKNGING~li7~s7 10, Whito'wossl j ' ? ail'SIy \Y BROS, BlUCKMAKMRS- SUOAM-ILS, is. each. ! ? SAINTY BROS, j R^WN'^ETlVr^r^Vh^vare^^irTiTn j Pipes, Guillen Tilus. Flower Pots. lie- I duced prices at SAINTV. BROS. I C1 ATlV\~NACHrS^lUsiTitVctaiiT'lo7' Closet / Tans, Cesspits, Brains, Stables, Bust boxes, Sink Rooms, anil Hospitals. Agents, MURRAY BROS. piORUUGATKDlUONT'iill lengths, Cheap. V^ Ridge Cappiii'_', Guttering, J)own Pipes, ' otu.' ' SAINTY BROS. I? o ' ii ? s''~ a' l ' e. | ?K ALLOTMENTS OF LAND, from | acre i to 2 acre blocks, Parramatta North aud South, [ and Sherwood. Apply, COATES AND HARPER, George-street, or to H. O. ! HARPER, corner of Church aud Argyle streets, j Parramatta. Terms easy. ' ' j GAs'md~~Wa'te7 hiid'u'i~ AiMdndTTf I Plumbing Work done. Estimates iri...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 October 1888

MARRIAGE. LITTLE— BOND.— October 23, at the resi- dence of the bride's parents, "Burgh   House, "Moore Park, by the Rev. W. A. Charlton, of St Phillip's; Thomas D. Little, of Parramatta, to Mary, second daughter of C. B. Bond, Sydney.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Religious Services for Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Religious Se. 'vices, fop Sunday. Ciiuitoif of ExaiAXD. — St. John's, Pami matta 11 a.m. anilli ti.in. (Arcl)(lpucon G(iin.ther); 7 'p.m., (Rov G. D'Aroy Irvine); Harris; Park, 7 p.m., (Rev. H. T.itu) ; Sherwood, (Archdeacon Qunther) ; AU Saints', I'limi* iiiatta, lln.in. iiiuUp.in. (Ee-v.J. Bono). St, 5{avlt's, UraiiYiUo, ljn.m, and 7 P.m. (Rev. D. B. Evans Junes) , Christ CJhiiroli, Guild ford, 10,1.) a. in. and 3.30 p.m. St. Luke's Mission Room, Parramatta North, I! o' clock, (Sunday Suliool). AVes&eyax Church.— ?Mucquiirio-Htreot, 11 a.m. 7 and p.m., (Jtuv. P. J. Stephen,) Baulkliam Hills, li p.m., (Rev. P. J. Stephen). PltESHY'J'KlilAN' OlIUHCH. ? Pu-lTailUltttl, 1 I 11.111. mid 7 p.m. (Uev. J. .1). Murray), Granville, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Rev, R. Jackson), Piii»UTtvi5 JMethodist CJitunou. — Parra nialta, 11 a.m., (Mr. D. Johnston); and 7 p.m., (Rev. P. S. Younrf ; Toon-ahbbie, 3 p. in , (Mr. T. Wliito) ; l'icld cif Hare, 3 p.m., (Uev. P. S Young): 7 p.m , (Mr. T. .Smith...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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BLACKTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

BLACKTOWN RACES. Our friends the Blacktown people have arranged for u good day's sport on their course near the Blucklown railway station on Saturday, Nov. 21. The events com prise : -Flying Handicap, of 111 sovs , six furlongs; Galloway Race, of 7 sovs , seven furlongs ; Blucktou-n Handicap, of ISsov.s.. one mile; Selling Hue, of 10 sovs., seven furlongs, winner to he sold for 15 sovs ; Handicap Trotting Match, of CTt, two miles. Horses in harness, list, in saddle lost; Welter Handicap, of 8 sovs.. one mile. Entries (5 per cent, on amount, of prize; to close with the secretary, Mr. A. It. Fil/. siiumons, Royal Hotel, Blucktown, on November 19th, at 9 p.m. Tho meeting has boon registered by the A..T.C.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

THE MELBOURNE CUP. On Tuesday next the great sporting event in Aus tralia willbe'once more settled, and the usual thous ands of pounds will change- hands over the result. Appended are the final acceptances, but many have not n thousand to one show. If Aristocrat we're us well as possible, the race would be all over; but he seems to be very soro. Chicago should again finish in front of tho Caullield Cup field, and possibly will fight out tho finish with Mr. Gannon's best and WhaKuwui. The Derby will be ran to day. Carbine should win, but a surprise iiuiy come from Vollcv or Wvconibc. MKi.mnnixnCiu— J miles. ' st lb st. lb The Australian Peer 9 S Pinion ? 7 3 Maluu ? 9 7 Touchstone ? 7 3 Curlyon ? 9 3 Melos ? 7 2 Arsenal ? 9 0 Peurlshell ? 7 1 Ben Bolt ? 8 SI Newmaster ? (i 13 Enfilade ? S 0 Chicago ? 0 13 Bravo ? S 5 Tradition ? 0 11 Mentor ? S 3 King of the West ... on Cyclops ? 8 3 Bonnie Spec ? Old Spade Guinea ... S 1 Ensign ? ii 9 Aristocrat. ? ,S 0 Maggie ? (1 9 Dick Swivellcr ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Sports and Games. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Sports air1 r?':r.-3S. CRICKET. Biweliill v. ViuM of Mur.s.—Tliismntdi nfter nnu* ex oiloinc-ut r.-suHed in a win for Koseliill by a mm-. Wlmrf, Piukciiu?, inul Budge batted best, for the vie tors, while Kivliv mid Ilujfhcs (lid likewise for the losers. The score's are as follows :— Field of Murs. Kirby, c Mosloy b Lungiinn ? » Liliiydou ? 25 B. Griffiths, 1- Lanjidon 1 Spurwiiy, c Shepherd ITufe'lics, b Shepherd ... 1G 1) ImnRilon ... ... 3 W. Mobbs, run out ... 3 T. Mobbs e Miller b T. Mobbs, bDingdon... 1 L-ingilon ? i) U. Gritfitlis, not out ... 0 Stevens, li Wesley ... 2 Sundries ? 5 Webb, b We.slev ... 0 — G. Cole, c Miller b Total ? 77 1- ? 1 'II Wliiu-f, c Mobbs b Snurwiiy ? 10 Stevens ? 12 Budge, b Webb ? 15 Miller, c Spunvav b Booth, b Webb ? 1 Kirby ? '. ... I Tyc, nnt out ? 8 Pickci-in',', b Webb ... H UmRt, b Kirby ? 2 Wesley, e unil b'StevciLS 0 Sundries ? 3 Liing-doii, b Webb ... 0 Mosely, b Kirby ... 10 Total ? 79 Shepbeid, e Stevens b Bowling averages.— Pickering, 3...

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A Day with Mr. Angus Mackay. (BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

A Day with Mr. Angus Mackay. (By our Sriici.u, Riu'or.-rr-n.) Having promised in last week's CujniEitr.AXD Anous, -when writing of Mr. Maokay's recent visit to the fruitful Curliiiglovd district, to have something further to say under some aucIi bond ing as the iiliove, I must endeavour, even if imperfectly, to redeem that promise. The fact tlmt certain maiiunnulii that wore to have been forwarded to mo have not arrived has placed me in a difficulty. AVith these mcmontntln usf ore JI1(J i 1I11U11L Ul.t.:il 411JXU l-V ill! OUU1 tt Jdujuuim acquaintance with the chemistry of Agriculture as to knock even the learned Maekay into iia utterly demoralised cocked hat, and would cer tainly have led to my election into the ranks of half the scientific societies of— of Parra ninttn. What matter if these diila were to have come from Ml'. Mackay himself ; anrl that by the dexterous use of that «vt by vim h s-mie 'writers spread a minimum of literary ' jam' over a maximum of barren surface, I had...

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L.O.L. Excursion to Chowder. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

L.O.L. Excursion to Chowder. Tin: annual excursion of Xos. S, 10 and tiS, L.I) L., l'nrr.-iinatta district, tcolc place to Chowder I'.av on Wednesday last. The steamer Ah.thca left the train wharf about S o'clock, and after a .smart run down u stoppage hciu-; made at all the wharves mi runic, the excursion ists, to the number of 350, arrived at Chowder about 10 o'clock. A procession of members of tho Order, in regalia, was formed at tho Bay, and marched to the pavilion. Amongst the excursionists were the Revs. P. J. Stephen and J. Ashmeud and Mr. AV. I. Schey, M.P. Dancing was indulged to the strains of tho Cumberland Band under the ceremonial master ship of Bros. Crouch and Blorley, while Mr. A E. Dicksou superintended tho skating arrange ments. The athletic sports aft'urded no end of amusement, and were got through without any hitch, u feature which characterised the whole of the arrangements throughout the day. Mr. J. W. Withers acted as judge, Bros. R. Stokes and G. D. Somcrvill...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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PROTECTION AGAINST IMPORTED DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

PROTECTION AGAINST IM PORTED DISEASE. It is .siitisfiiuliny lo liiul thai, Sir IIh.vky 1'aukks has promised In adopl a protective policy against the imp^rtal ion of diseases which aro calculated to seriously damage, if not to en tirely destroy tho fruit industry, upon which tho progress of 'Central Cumberland so much de pends, and which is of vital importance to tlio colony at large. 'J lie other tiny tlio K.M..S M'tiripusn arrived from San Francisco Inlying as part of her cargo some thousands of cases of apples, tlie greater portion ot wlucli were dis. eased. So 'kid were they that the authorities nt Auckland, N.Z.— which colony appears to be more alive tlinn we aro to tho\langer —lib- solutfly refused to allow IW-) cases of them, '? consigned toa local firm, (o bv lauded, aud they j were forthwith carried on to Sydney in anlioi' pation llmt hero no bar- to their Wing landed and disseminated throughout tho colony would I e met with. That anticipation was well founded. Tho diseased ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

LETTERS AND 'ITLTORAMS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION Undertakers. STATE AND REFORM 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. Church Street, Parramatta. . ICE! FRUIT! ICE CREAMS! 1 FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, CHURCH-STREET, PARRAMATTA, 1 begs to stuto Unit us Summer is coming he has a SELECT STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND of tho CHOICEST FRUITS OF THE SEASON. Being Solo Agent in Parramatta forN.S.W. Fresh Food mid Ieo Co., ho is in a position to .supply Ice in PuiTiiinuttii in nny quantity. 0. R. TUNKS. A UCTI0NEE1S, LAND, ESTATE, AND LABOUR AGENTS, IX. OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE, CHURCH-STREET, PAHRAMATTA. ORCHARDS & FARMS To Let or For Sale. HOUSES AND COTTAGES FOR SALE ON THE EASIEST OF TEEMS. Cottages TO LET in all parts of the Town and District. Loans effected on the shortest notice. g§V° Plans and all information can bo had o...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Pig Farms. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Pig Farms. TO TUB KMTOK OF T1IK CUMIIUUI.AXD AUtifS. ,Sii!, — 'Taxpayer's' letter in your issue of Saturday last, if correct, is sutlicient evidence to demand an enquiry by tho Government into the monopoly certain' porsons have to the refuse and fat at the Government institutions. 1 have been informed that for some time past, one individual in particular, has had the refuse (gratis) from one of the Infirm Asylums, which enables him to I'eedsome- hinglike l.'itl pigs, which are fattened at tho expense of the State, and worked by the inmates of an institution. Tho Government call for tenders for the refuse from Ihe gaol, where there are about lull prisoners. Then why not do the same ut the Asvlums, where there arc 1200 inmates. 1 agree with 'Taxpayer ' tbatour member should attend to this mill t'er at once, ami if he does not, care will be taken iu have the matter broutrht before Parliament. JfSTlCF..

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POLITICO-RELIGIOUS TOLERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

POLITICO-RELIGIOUS TOLERA TION. Is theso days of religious and political tolera tion, and freedom of speech and action, no ex ception can he taken to tho fact that our Orange friends last Sunday commemorated, after their own fashion, an event in English history which to them, more than to others, is still pregnant with moaning. Nor can any serious objection be raised against by fur the greater portion of what fell from the lips of the various speakers. lieairiir in nnnu that tneassemoiago was not a mixed one: that it was confined — or, at all events presumably so — not alone to Pro testants as such but to members and ad li.-rcnts of a society in wliich is supposed to be concentrated all that is conveyed by the word /iriilr-t-ii/l, when used in its politico roliirious sense— hearing this in mind, we say, tlie'iangmi'-ro used by those who addressed it was, on the whole, marked by moderation and liberalism. P t no purely party gathering can absolule moderation of speech orubstraot just...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Righted at Last. CHAPTER XXXIV Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Righted at Last. CHAPTER XXXIY Continued. 'I will notbotray your confidence,' sh nnsworcd mechanically ; 'but wlint I ought to do I will do.' 'I would not dcsiro you to do anj thing elso, my child,' audull his gentle noss of manner had rotiirnod, ' I will not uslc you to say at this moment whother or not you think I nm acting rightly. I ask only that you will re member whoso child vou avo. and what slio was to me, as you have learned what I was to her. Then you will understand and judgo mo.' ?I cannot judgo, but I will try to understand.' Then sho turned towards him, and he saw tlmt although sho had been speak ing so quietly, her pain had been great. Forgive me, my poor child, for bring ing this sorrow to you ; but it may be the means of saving you from a life of misery, or of leading you to one of happiness.' Thoro was a subdued element of solemnity in this — it was so calm, so earnest, that site remained silent. He imagined that sho understood ; but he was mistaken. Sho did not he...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The working of the Vine Diseases Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

The working of the Vine Diseases Act. 'Vionkiiox' writes us follows to the 'Herald': — Some two years ago an act w«s passed under which a board of three gentlemen were appointed to deal with the phylloxera disease, but tho Act proved to bo unworkable after a delay of some 20 months, during which time the only work done was the inspection of and report upon the vineyards in tho county of Cumberland ; and, although tho disoaso was found to exist in several vineyards in the Cam den district, no steps were taken t'i eradicate it. An amended Act, was passed about six mouths ago increasing the board to five, and giving it ample powers to deal with the question. It is about two months since the board visited tho district and arranged with several owners of in fected vineyards as to compensation and pos session, promising that immediate steps would be taken to eradicate the disease ; requesting at the same time tho owners not to interfere with tho vineyards in any way, as oflicers would bo ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Local Topics. AVo have been asked several times of Into fo name tho books most suitable for the 'business reference ' shelf of the farmer' s library . A f ter a good deal of consideration on the matter, we subjoin a list of twenty-live reasonably cheap works, e:ich one of the.m a standard authority on the subject (or subjects) whereon it treats. Of course other lists of eim.illy valuable books etiuully adapted to till the bill might be drawn up— still we think that the following lot will be h'ird to beat — 1 Kmerson's Farmers' Encyclopedia. 2 Houssiugault's Kuril I Kconomy. :i Johnstone's Agricultural Chemistry. ?1 Storer's Agriculture insomeof its relations to Chemistry. .') Bentley's Manual of .Botnny. 6 Shore's Practical Biology— Vegetable. 7 Von Sach's Physiology of Plants. 8 Honsley's Origin of Floral Structures. M Buvbviune's Cultivated Plants. 10 Nciile's how to work with the Microscope. 1 1 Wood's our Insect Allies. VI AVood's our Bird Allies. 13 Wood's Farmers' Friends and ...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31. Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, and F. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Wkonksi.av, OrroiiKti ;m. HcIoic Messrs. II. llvrnes. and V. 1!i«.i,,,-k. .Is r 1 John Waters, for having boon drunk in AlS.vlc Thomas'MilliiiiuYwas cl'iai'ie'dvith having stolen two llowcr-pots contiining plants, tlio propLMl.y of \)r. llrown. Omslihle JIcN'huiiiri deposed that accused was given into his cuslo'lynn the charge of stoalin- the flowerpots (produced). Accused said he hid limiittht tile flowcr~l-uts tr.aii home. l-r. Blown idoulilied tlio properly us his ; accused had been working lor him re cently; valued them al about -Js each. The accused: (?hailcs Del'aney, for having made u-o of obscene; language, was lined Ids, in default -J I hours' imprison ment. .lohn Hunt, an employee ,,f' the Yiranvillo C.iuncil, was charged, on the information of (.?hallos Unwin, Mayor of (iranvillo, willi using insult in-.- language to him. He pleaded guiliv.and Wiisllui«U:iilll(l Is ml costs, in default one month's imprison! ? it. .Sub-Inspector Latiuier v. Mrs. Smith -obscene language. Th...

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Current News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 3 November 1888

Current News. We will issue on Thursday evening next week. Advertisers will please send in their favours not later than -1 o'clock on that date. Ox Sunday last a somewhat sorious accident occurred to Mr. Luke Dunn, licensee of tho Currency Lass Hotel, Chuich-streot, Parra imitla Mr. Dunn was drivinc' iu a double seated buggy, accompanied by his wife and son, and when approaching Hammer's Bridge, Toongabbie, one of the wheels passed over a boulder, tho opposite wheel at tho same moment sinking into soft mud. The result was that the buggy was upset aud the occupants violently thrown out. Sirs. Dunn and the boy escaped with a severe shaking, but Mr. Dunn was less fortunate,- sustaining a fracture of tho left ankle. However, he managed pluckily to retain hold of the reins, and bring the frightened horse to a standstill. Mrs. Dunn and her son having succeeded iu right ing the buggy, Mr. Dunn was driven homo, ?where he has since been attended by Dr. Brown, and is now progressing favourabl...

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