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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895
Towers and Muston, BAKEBS ft PASTRYCOOKS, Desire to Inform their numerous Patrons that the; have KEMOVED to their New , Premises, ' WAESDEN-ST., SOUTH PABBAMATTA K And respectfully ask for a ' - CONTINUANCE OP THEXB SUPPOBT. I The Public arc invited to visit the premises jnd judge for themselves of the nature of the Ingredients ased in the Mimiacture 0f oar Bread «nd Pastry. // # bread a Speciality. A TjlIAI, SoljCITKD. fJIHE CUMBEBLAND CABINET FACTOEYy ^ E. X, / manufactures of autistic fubnitobe [C°'trMtor to the N.S.W. Government for ail descriptions ol Courthouse, Office, and Departmental Furnishing), COWPER STREET, fiABBIS PAItK, p ® FEATUBES. — Cabinctmaking, | rench Polishing, Upholstering, and Joinery Work. Pianos Bepoiished. Srtimates given, promptly, for all descriptions oi work in connection with House furnishing, etc. J1HE PBEMIEB OIL A COLOB STdBI^ ! Herbert Coates, v ' rixe ONLY Paint and Glass Merchant, 1EOEGE STBEET, PABBAMATTA. Jemember that THE BEST is tbe CHEAPEST...
Prospect and Sherwood Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895
Rrpspeot aiid .Sherwood »A/ i:: Gouno'- The fortnightly meeting of the Monioipal Cocncil of Prospect and Sherwood vu held on UixtliT evening. Present : The Mayor (Me. ^ HoOfiri, Aldermen Moston, Hollier, Jamie* 80D, Xjleadall, and Peny. OOBHnrOKSSHCB. Inooming correspondence was dealt with : j . Letter from Bookdale Mnnidpal Gonooil, asking oo-operation in protest to Legislative Gooncil against Land Tax bill.— The letter was rpoetaed in solemn silonoe. Letter from Oabramatta and Canley Tale Oooneil* addng Oou^irs oo-opexation in effort to retain the servioes Mr* Bymonds u Boad Snperintendent. — The letter was received. Letter from' A. Lewis* r$ hack rates, asking for time in whioh to 'pay.— It was resolved to reply that uxean most be paid at onoe, and a month. wooM ^granted lor payment of current rates. Letter from Board of Health, asking lor re» -» v tnrnft.— ^eo^ved ; request to be oomplied with. Lettar' from. same, re expiration of cattle ' fane next. ' flftiiWT lur hi nirtw 11m ...
DUNDAS. A Painful Episode. WINE-STEALING. A BLACK SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895
DUNDAS. A Pftinfal Episode. WINE-STEALING. A BLACK SHEEP. - j ' At the Parramatta Police Court on Monday, a case, painful in its dis closures and its suggestiveness, came in from the pleasant district of Dundas. Edward Gould — a forlonriooking object almost in tatters — was charged with stealing four gallons of wine, the property ot lames Gould. uonsiame rates deposed to tne arrest of accused that morning at 7 a.m., st his (accusals) hut ; he had the doors barricaded ; he refused to open the door ; witness got in through the window, and accused immediately got through the opposite window and ran away ; witness chased him and caught him ; accused said, ' What do you want me for,— I suppose it's about the wine.?'; witness then charged him with stealing the wine ; accused replied, I* ? him ho ^-IU nm tk„ wine himself, nor let anyone else use it did not find any wine in his possession. James Gould, fruitgrower, residing at Dundas, said the accused was near his (witness's) house on Sunda...
Our Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895
Our Advertisers. It is only a fair thing that we should have a word or two to say for the renown of those local business establishments whioh are repre sented in our advertising oolumns. It Is 6ur desire to make herein no invidious distinctions ; and any precedence given will be only in accordance with the order of priority in which we received trom our enierpnstngpatrons, their favours. To ladies requiring drapery, millinery, and kindred goods we would say with the utmost heartiness, read the splendid advertisem&ts of Ifc'T. W. Pollock, of Victoria House,'and Mri .'Gallagher, of The Arcade. ? f - Ta the housewife turning over the etfeclkf the feoff changes, especially as reflected mWF prioes of sugar and other wholesome grooenr items — read Mr. F. Fawley's notice ; Mr. B. Wilson's : Mr. Arthnr Lve's : Mr. W. rtatrtR* and Mr. C. Burns*. ? - The local tailors and mercers who step to the fron£ in our corps of advertisers are Mr. WilU^' Messrs. Johnstone and Gates, Mh]G. Hill, ...
The Rosehill Assault Case. FURTHER EVIDENCE. BALE'S ADMISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 29 June 1895
Rosehill Assault Case. f FURTHER EVIDENCE. BALE'S ADMISSIONS. The further hearing of the RosehiU assault case was continued on Wednes day, Messrs. B. Harper, 0, Saunders, and S. J. Pearson presiding, in tbe ab sence ol the Police Magistrate. The original charge against Bale was altered to one against him and Horsey, in com pany. Bale and Horsev were before the Court on a charge that they did, on 19th inst., at BosehUl, assault John Wain wright, with intent to rob. Jq)in Wainwright, a respectable looking man, apparently of about fifty five years of age, slightly deaf, and of somewhat odd demeanour, appeared in Court with his head bandaged in a handkerchief. On removing this, it was seen that a wound toward tbe back had been stitched up, and treated with sticking-plaster. Wainwriirht demsed he resided in Sorrell-street, and knew the accused. He (witness) was related to Bale's wife by marriage. Had seen Horsey at Bale's place in January last. Had not seen him since. On the night of 17t...
BAULKHAM HILLS. Enjoyable School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
BAULEHAM HILLS. BDJoyable School Concert. On the 21st ult., an enjoyable enter tainment was participated in by the juvenile pupils of Mrs. and Miss Hewitt, at their residence, Windsor Road, Baulkham- TTilln. The large school was tastefully decorated with flowers and evergreens. Amongst the many items on the programme were some verv mover ojuuuibiuus ui elub swinging by the juveniles — Misses Pearce, Hewitt, and Brien, and Masters Batchelor, Hewitt, Brien, and Crutcher. A duet, ' The Wedding March,' by Miss and Master Pearce, was played ex ceedingly well. The recitations by the different pupils were given with spirit and feeling, and a pretty little piece, entitled ' Mioe,' given by Miss Cjirrie, was very nicely rendered, indeed. The programme was enlivened with several songs, and special mention must be mads of one in particular, the ' Flower Girl.' The children with bouquets, wreathes, etc., and the waving of the shamrock, the rose, and the waratah, made a pretty little scene. At 1...
DURAL. General Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
DURAL. (Fbom oub Correspondent.) General Mems. Sunday last was the coldest day we have experienced this year : the wind was piercing. Messrs. L. Kentwell and Sellors were the successful tenderers for the painting and repairing the Public School. They started work on Thursday last. The usual monthly meeting of the C.E.T.S was held on Tuesday night. A programme ot song, recitation, etc. was rendered to an appreciative audi ence. Mr. 8. J. Moore, senr., of Dural, is suffering Beverely from an extraordin arily large carbuncle on the back of his neck. He is under the treatment of Dr. Dowdney, of Castle Hill. We have had exceptionally severe frost this week : water that was left in ice in the morning. The extreme cold has nipped all young wood on the trees, and bitten the thorny mandarin fruit considerably. Bain is much needed. The chief topic of conversation at present is the Doming election. It seems a moral certainty that Garrard will be returned with agreater majority even than before...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
NOTES. The tannery of Marsh Bros., near Duck Creek, is being enlarged and otherwise improved. The work of proceeding with the Lisgar-street bridge over£)uck Creek is to be started shortly, all the timber being now on the ground. Mr. J. Williamson (L.E.L., Gran ville) ridiouleB the coalition between Sir Henry Parkes and Sir George Dibbs. Federation till the necessities of his position as Premier compelled him to make a pretence of adopting it. Mr. Williamson said at Granville's L.E.L. meeting, on Tuesday that Mr. Smailes had not worked the financial ropes veil; but the meeting cheered the remark down. Mr. Williamson called upon the L.E.L. men. as they honoured their convictions .to honour the principle of XandValae taxation. It is reported that Mr. Armstrong, barrister-at-law, of Auburn, contem plates offering himself for Granville electorate.
Park Pavilion. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
Park Pavilion. In reply to an application, Mr. Smailes, M.L.A., has received a letter from the Under Secretary for Mines to the effect that no funds are available at present for grant towards erection of pavilion, Granville Park; but that, when the estimates are noted, an amount as aBked, will be placed thereon.
Caledonian Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
Caledonian Social. The monthly Caledonian Society's Social is to be held in ths Albert Hall next week. The Scotch socials are proverbially happy and successful affairs ; and another opportunity of witnessing the national reels, strath speys, etc, and joining in the good fellowship of Auld Lang Syne is wel come to all.
THE GIPSY'S.. DAUGHTER. CHAPTER I. "THERE LIES A CURSE UPON OUR HOUSE!" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
THE GIPSY'S . . . . DAUGHTER. CHAPTEE I. ' IHEKE LIES A CORSE UPON OUB H0D8E I' It was a gala day at Moat Wealden, ? for the heir of that rich and noble estate 'had come of age. It was the very time , of year when nature, in Sussex, touches ; the glory of its perfection — the laBt week ?; of July. In the fulness of the summer ;? splendour, Victor St. Maurice reached his majority and entire possession ot ,' estates of ten thousand a year, with the ' ' title of one of the oldest and proudest '?'?' 'baronies of England. The St. Maurices : of Moat Wealdou had laughed is the ;.-' face of social changes since William . ' the Norman's day. They were a strong, ,;'? daring, loyal, proud, and headstrong '?? . race ; and in that last word lay the fatal V ; secret of their decay. For this family, : ';. :. formerly numerous, and intermarried - . : with the first houses of Europe, was . now only represented by this one golden .???? youth, Sir Victor. Full of daring, . restive to rebuke, and spurn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
Olnxu^cJbL Blpeet KToirfclx, Parramatta. m R. WILSON'S CASH PRICE LIST. Six 1b. Sugar and lib. Good Tea, 2s ? ? Sperm Candles, 6d per 1b. Parafin „ 4j „ Sago, 61bs. for Is Tapioca, 61ba. for Is Oat Meal, 71b. bag, Is Fine Salt, 81bs for 6d Washing Soda, 81bs. for 6d Whiting, 81bs for 6d Best Bice, 2d per lb. Safety Matches, 2d per dozen Wax ,, 3d per dozen English Pickles, 6d per bottle Champion's Vinegar, 8d bottle Fresh Salmon, 7d per tin Large Sardines, 6J per tin Small „ 3jd „ Fresh Oysters, 6d „ Fresh Herrings, 4J „ Hoffman's Starch, 4id per box C. S. Co.'s Golden Syrup, 5Jd per tin Ditto Treacle, 5d per tin Corn Flour, 4d per packet Epps' Cocoa, 5d ,, Soyer's Baking Powder, 5d tin American Brooms, 6d each Large Salad Oil, 7Jd per bottle Small „ 4Jd „ „ Castor Oil, 4jd „ Large „ 7£ „ Crown Soap, 4d, 6d, and 8d per bar Sand Soap, 4d per bar Sunlight Soap, 10}d per box Extract Soap, Is per dozen Germea, Is per packet Granuma, Is per packet Biscuits, 3d per lb. Parramatta Blend Te...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
COATES & HARPER, 1 Galvanized - Iron, - Cement, m 1 Timber - Merchants, I Offices: DAKCY ST., PAEKAMATTA 1 Oitusite Railway Station Subway. H Branch : RAILWAY PARADE, GRANVILLE. 1 Main Yards & Joinery Hills,— George St., Farramatta, I where all Materials can be inspected. 9 We respectfully beg to draw attention to our large and well-assorted Stock of ? Building Materials, including ? Every Article Required in Building a House. I OUB STOCK being unusually heavy, we are offering all lines at REDUCED I BATES, and will be happy to forward prices of any lines, which, consistent with I the quality of Material, will be found to compare favourably with any other list. I We guarantee the quality as best in the respective sorts, andean supply all Orders I WITHOUT DELAY. I The Delivery Department is under the direct personal supervision of Mr ? Harper, and our Patrons can rely on their favors receiving the most careful at- 1 tention. We always Stock — I Country Customers save f...