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Military Smoke Concert. A JOLLY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Military Smoke Concert. j A JOLLY EVENING. The vestibule of the Parramatta iths tow the scene ot a jolly spree on ednesday evening last, when the irramaita Infantiy had a supper and toko concert to celebrate their trans ? from the 1st to the 8rd regiment. Mr. Gillespie had the tables laid in the ™ of a square round the fountain, i they were well stocked with eatables. D«ptain W. J. Fun-in ,'n i^i. \ Wlt^ M guest's : Colonel folooAmw (Sri regiment), Col. Farrell 1st regiment), Col. Burnett (2nd regi Sent), Major Wilson and Major Baylev st regiment) Capt. Barnett (Reserves), leut. Boche (Hunter's Hill Company), ieut. Guyott (Parramatta Company), id the Mayor (Mr. C. J. Byrnes), The members of the Parramatta com my turiied up in full force. The sottish Bifles were represented by iiporal WiUiams, and the Naval rtillery Volunteers by Petty- Officers KDffan and RohifHard. Capt. Ferris having given the order, e men at once attacked the 'enemy,' 10 suffered serious loss. The toast of 'The Q...

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

A -NUMBER of persons who frequeut the vicinity -oi the big reservoir at Pnwpeet entertoln the idea ttiat the dam is not aswong as it ooght to be— as, indeed, it need to be. Whether they are right or wrong, we have no means of determining : but if there are persons in oar polony compeiest to give a final# satis factory opinion as to the damage being done to the vast bank of earth and clav, by cray-flshor crabs, we ought to hear from them before long. There Is no fear of persons earning the soorn falnomeof 'alarmists' who sogeest danger in the direction we have indicated ; for the matter is so Berioos that no one is to be blamed for sounding a warning, or asking a question. A warning may or may not be justified by sub-, sequent events. Bat he would be a fool who would say that people should never sound an alarm, in the public Interest, unless certain of inevitable harm. Were that the rule, too often would disasters creep upon us silently. THE Auburn Musical Union has changed its oondu...

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

g^° ftfee's .JjmK ? Malices! ~ i I FOR FARM. ORgapiD ,A]gp _ ^ QAEpEgfr. ^ -l^'RtiiSiTOIlj'-K new an-^ originid TREATISE ON MANURES arid their EciMoihieal' wl&^taunerous V^fiabil^iMslrati&nK etc^v etc/' TM# Pamphlet BlBti will- -to iterwa&lfcs. 1;, FEEE on application by post or personally. A Further Big Reduction, March, 1895, Write or Q&I1 fit QPC0 .fpr, .y. ? ( r. „ . * A The Sydney Meal^^serving Company, Ltd., Rookwood; or to Thorpe & Co., Macquane-street, ! Parra^'atm/B^oKers'tb* the CbDQ^jany. ? gen(j for abovo.J^P^6'' ouce. Delays are sometimes dangerous and always unprofitable. In the meantime do not be imposed upon by apparently cheap but really dear imitations of GEE'S FERTILISERS. /, tS* Eggs arl ^Eggs . [THORPE'S Patent Poultry Food wilL double the production. Try it. THORPE & GO., Macquarie Bt., Parramatta, or your Storekee^f^ rpnis space is reserved BY H. R. BARRY, \ OF THE POPULAR BOOT & SHOE DEPOT CHURC^ST., PAB...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THORNLEIGH. At Coolgardie. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

THORNLEIGH. 1 At Ooolgardle. i; Mr. E. Osborn has commencqdwi his luck at Coolgardie fields. 1Mb the thick of the fosmoking and pic ing work. His first find was Sar containing 15s and stamps, Jwc j and other things — valued mill j about £2 10s. / , |

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Maintenance [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Our Malntencuice im Mr. Beed, our maintenai mai whose tum-out was always fpictuj and a credit .to this bright irict, j being ' retrenched' I heaflthiij if ifl Mian +y\ nnasltAn nlmftllifi aid being taken is a wise one ; rai wa our raids' looked after, an ad Be and his equipage were neriaythii else than an ornament to tllstrict.

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

Sporting. FOOTBALL. The Bosehill F.C. (association) received drubbing at the hands of a visiting team frc Pynnont on Saturday afternoon ; maic owing to the fact that the locals played thj men short. The Boeehills had tne choice ground, and played with desperation, but t ball was in their territory almost all throu tbe first half of the game. Two goals to were scored before half-time. In the seco naif, the fortunes were more strongly ngai' tbe home team, though by one or two gc rallies they got the ball at times well into th! opponents' quarters, and when driven back - fended their own goal pluckily. When [ whistle sounded the score was five to Auld captained the victors and Soriiethe'Rd hills. The game was somewhat marred disagreements in which some of the visit appeared to disadvantage. Sorlie, The: and Brown played well for the Bosehills.

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. GOOD TEMPLAR CRICKET CLUB ANNUAL MEETING,, [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

CRICKET. GOOD TEMPLAR CRICKET CLUll Assvu* Meeting. I The annual meeting of the above club I place on Tuesday even ng In the Schod Arts, Parramatta. Mr. J. Saunders, - President, occupied the chair. The secri and treasurer read their annual reports, wj were aaoptea. xne former's statement sne ' a fairly successful season just over ; whiwj latter showed a good credit balance in Ail The ohatrman next handed over to Mr. (A (for highest batting average) a silver mi barrel. The winnor briefly returned tha The secretary having Riven a brief reporTi cerning the proposed Junior Cricket# sociation, a lengthy discussion ensued on advisability of affiliating; and ultimately subject was allowed to stand over pendil further report from the delegates. The] journed meeting takes place next week, will practically decide the future prospeJ the club. Ere the meeting dispersed^! gratulatoiy speeches were made conpJ the practical aid of the president ''in president during the past season. g:

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Political Crisis. PUBLIC MEETING AT PARRAMATTA. MESSRS. ASHTON, MILLEN, WILKS, HOLLIS. AND O'REILLY SPEAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

The Political Crisis. PUBLIC MEETING AT PABBA MATTA. Messrs. ASHTON, MILLEN, WILES, HOLLIS, AND O'BEILLY SPEAK. On Saturday Messrs. Asbton, Millen, Wilks, and Dr. Hoilis, M's.P., visited Parramatta qn the invitation of Mr. D. O'Beilly, M.P. During the afternoon j. they were driven to the Distriot f\ Hospital, the Gaol and the Hospital for ' Insane, and inspected the system of management of each of these insti tntinnfl. In the evening a public meeting was held in the Town Hall to hear addresses from the visitors on the subject of The Politics of the Hour. Notwithstand ing the inclemency of the weather the hall was crowded. The gallery was re served for ladies, of whom a score or more were present. Mr. D. O'Beilly, M.Ry took the chair at 8.16 p.m., his fallow representatives occupying seats on the platform. The Chairman referred to the ' in sult ' offered by the Council to tbe representatives of the people. He con sidered that, notwithstanding their own strong feelings, members of the...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Vernon's [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Mr. Vernon's &? Mr. W. L. Vernon, femmei Arohitect, has had twiw room | added to his Homsby reSe ; eui has oome np with his fanv put iil year with us. He has lei Neural Bay residence, Our ptiwftZj holders of 8anitorium poaties isp J' tarnished ; is really iajw, 1 1

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Challenge to Fruit grower [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

A Challenge to I Fru growen J Mr. C. B. ; Caifnes,ise gei interest in fruit^\ofmalfei| known, has rtoUvirfttM'witHin| last few (lajB Taw of f|

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Last Year's Burglary Boom. A PRECIOUS PAIR. AN EXHAUSTIVE CONFESSION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Last Year's Burglary Boom. A PBECIOUS PAIB. AN EXHAUSTIVE CONFESSION During the latter part of last year, several dwelling-houses and other places in and about Parramatta were burglari ously entered, apparently by two or more persons in each case ; but, for some time, the authorities found it difficult to obtain any dccidcd clue to the depredators. ' This month, however, the mysterious business began to un ravel itself ; the first step towards dis covery appearing in the arrest of a young fellow named Horsey, whose movements have for some time been under surveillance. It is probable tbat the Bale-Wainwright case has been the immediate occasion of the solution of the difficulty. The attack on John Wainwright, referred to in our last, as occurring at Bosehill on tbe night of the 19th instant, led to the arrest of Bale on ft charge of aggravated assault. Some of the property stolen on the occa sion of the burglaries last year was found in his possession. As the two young fellows were k...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Breaches of Municipal By-Laws. STRAYING STOCK. MERCHANDISE ON FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Bre&ohes of Municipal By- taws. STBAYING STOCK. MEBCHANDISE ON FOOTPATHS. At the Parramatta Police Court on ! Monday, at the instance of the Parra- 1 matta Borough Inspector (Mr. E. J. Love) the following cases -were dealt with under the municipal by-laws : Horace Close, H. Braddick, Thos. Muston, G. E. H. Black, Thos. Bichens, G. Delaney, P. J. Kelly, and Duncan McPhee were each fined 10s, with 4s lOd costs, for allowing animals to stray within the Borough. Cases agarnst W. Bowen and R. Arasloy were withdrawn, on payment ol cobis | by tlie respective defendants. j A. J; Gallagher and Goo. T. Erby were each fined 10s, with 4s lOd costs for obstructing the footway by placing merchandise thereon. ' J.' M. Stewart, similarly proceeded against did not appear. . The case was heard ti-parte, and the Bench inflcted a fine of 10s, with costs.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presentation. TO MR. H. CHANDLER. "THE MEADOWS" SCHOOL. SEVEN HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Presentation. TO MR. H. CHANDLER. 'THE MEADOWS' SCHOOL, SEVEN HILLS. On Thursday afternoon last an interesting ceremony took place at the Meadows Public School, Seven Hills, when Mr. Harry Chandler, headmaster of the institution, was presented with a handsome silver card stand and flower tray by the children who had for so long profited by bis careful teaching. Mrs. Best made the presentation. Among the ladies who were present to express sympathy with the demonstrar tion in farewell to Mr. Chandler were — Mesdames Watkins, 'Wakely, Howard, Whitney, Taylor, Wall, Pike, Kerslake, Martin, Beehag, Best, and Anderson, and Misses Tuck, Pike, Whitney, Wall, Wakely, and Martin, and M. Guyot. Gertie Martin, one of the older pupils, read tbe following address (which had been handsomely iUumm&ted by'Sliss Ttick) : — \ 5 Seven Hills, \ 1 20th June, 1895. To Mi*. Harry Chandler, Teacher of the Meadows Public School. Sir, — We are 6orry to hear that you ore I about to leave the Meadows1 S...

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

REVISION OF TTJHCE TARIFF I I -GREAT KEDUCTIONS AT- j FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE KIPPERED HEBBINGS ) ENGLISH JAMS, from 5$d per tin. ?' ? DIGBY CHICKS ? 7*D PEE TIN. ? ? FINDON HADDOCKS J SABDINES from 8Jd. Best Brands Only. Special Attention is directed to the fact that one ot the Largest Stocks in the District is on Sale at FAWLEY'S CENTBAL CASH STORE ; in fact, it is questionable whether any other House buys as largely FOB CASH — hence the secret of LOW PRICES AUD FBE8H GOODS. In addition to the ? ? Large Stock on Hand at FAWLEY'S CENTBAL CASH STOBE, he has in Bond at the present time, awaiting the Bemowl of the Duty, a large Shipment of Goods of tbe Choicest description ; and two other Shipments fii route from London. Five (5) Ton of Best OROW2T BOAF for Sale at 16s per Cwt. Arnott's Biscuits, from 2 id per lb. Arrowroot 4d Alum 8d Baking Powder — Batho's 8d ; Champion's, Aunt Mary's, Watigh's, Joe Hart's, Burge's, Sover's 2/9 per half doz., 5/3 doz. Bailey (Pearl) 2-Jd, or 5ib...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New Paper. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

The New Paper. The two chief topics this weok amongst Castle ffill folk - have been the advent of the Fbee Pbbss, and the im pending disolution of Parliament. Opinions are much at variance as to the wisdom of the Governments in running the colony into the expense of a general ileotion just now, and the consequent i. - 1 ? ? -i ? l ? utUVWgUL uiuuu'uwueu icgisiauivu , uuu iere is no variance of opinion about io Fbee Press, all being agreed that in , the district will have an exemplary ewspaper. There was quite a stir at ie Post Office when the mail arrived itli the new paper, and the jonrnal 'as subjected to a critical scrutiny from ?hich it emerged very favourably. Id ict, we are all highly pleased with the 'bee Press, and send along a cartload ' best wishes for its success.

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Trait Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Fruit Stealing. Orchardists in general suffer more or is through the raids of the pilferer ; id it is satisfactory to learn that our irtl r police officer, Constable Shiells ' f e loeedcd in nabbing a couple of cn irs. The cases will come on at tin ifttta Police Court in a few days/

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

Weather. Wt ire at one with your Seven Hills n « ondent in regard to the 'treat- i] t letid out to us by the Clerk of ! M .tffir. How can we be expected )- loatip-top fruit, or indeed fruit v rim table, under present-day con i ' m Friday we began to think a t- Mtwo was coining along; but s\ dssedby on the other side,' '-j itur disgust.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARLINGFORD Benefit Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895

I ====== CARLINGF0BD Benefit Concert, ^|i Thursday last a benefit entertain uci was given -in the Dundas Town Eial in aid of Mr. W. Bevan, who, for^ cheiiKt kix months has been unable to svoit 'the following was the pro-^ grmiii S-Overtore, company; song, 'Tiling M'Fadden to waltz,' A. ILan ^ song, ' Good-bye, honey, I'm e,' G. Keeler ; song, -? j-bo firsl farewell to his steed,' W. rui ging, 'The Court House inj Ui- ? 9. Sonter ; song, ' Johnnie Bt dSpkey,' A. Tunks; song,: d f^ier,' W. Bellamy ; song, s before de wah,' C. Sonter ; sbng^Tliey all- love me,' E. Mobbs ; aongtltver Georgia,' G. Eentwell; (pong, fur sailing song,' W. Tunks; iBopg flchorus, ' Hear dem bells^' .G. liSfoAnriff ' Just as von are for iinepi' W. Bellamy,; song , and ahoruijp darin de Bfty,'H.Sonter; Bong, Stab up, ye children',!' V. Mid son ; §7 ' Tipperary ,'ohriMening, 1 1 Leo tkteaugh; song and dance; , C. Sofiid Miss EvafVanks: song, ' 'on, &. vliuiks; mgn land nbliss Neitoh-^of Paitematta)) song...

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

I^^H^riaqaested to pat ?^^K^lyertlsers whose' appear in their H^B|and to mention the

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

Second Great Mammoth gale TlUDADTnilMfn A MMAlIMr' O M PMT T In order to recognise the continued support and encouragement of our patrons, we have decided to hold this OSflLnn «*t « u. . W i vUitvPlH 'I* ^ ? the Season instead of at the End, so that our constituents will be able to buy to the very best advantage^inL' ? Ml'dle of Boot -& Shoe Department. Gitls' l^^t lace Boots (Toe-caps), 2/9 worth 8/11 Ladles^- ^Serviceable Light Leather Lace Boots, 4/9 *? Vorth 6/11 . Ladies' Glace Ed Elastic Side Boots, 8/11 worth 5/11 Ladies'- Two-strep -Light Calf Shoes, 4/6 worth 6/11 Ladies' -Light Oxford Shoes, 4/6 worth 6/11 Ladies' £lace Kid Oxford Shoes, 8/6 worth 6/9 Ladies' Glace Kid Lace Boots, 4/6 worth 6/9 Mep's Cam-as Shoes, 1/9 worth 2/6 Gept's Heat Call La ce Boots, 4/11 worth 7/6 Gent's Nfcat Elastic-side Boots, 4/11 worth G/ll Yohths' Stylish Lace Boots, 4/0 worth G/9 Intents' Shoes, bd worth 1/8 Children's School Boots, 1/11 worth 2/11 Caipet Slippers, 10$d worth 1/6 Dre...

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