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Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

'Agricultural and Horticultural. By ''Westmhati ' Dear Argus, — In compliance) with request, I herewith forward you a budget pitched with things new ami old. Should imytliiig ln-rcin iuvito criticism I shall bo glnd, though I i rust the critics .will deal considerately with «? . , countryman discoursing on rural matter,! in »- what they'll probably reckon to bo a bucolic - style. . As tho bush fires have done a good deal of damage to fetcin-g, there'll bo a good deal of repairing needed in that line. I note in tho American ? Agmnlliiml for September last a device for tightening fence-wire which may prove useful to some of your readers. Hero it is — \ AVhut 'WiMHKK wo' vc boon having ! I monn j what filniormjil woutiior. Tlioseiiuons scemtobe j dunlin, iiui tlnsv a ha* been note j like summer tlmu' iniyUiini,' else. I. boliovo nvvhilf th it tho v-h lr-suU. iin-r bail mo umoli i has been done (h. ujinut til i ilonj hns. u I fectod I ho rainfall ; and in this opinion which | I'vo hold ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telephonic Communication with Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

Telephonic Communication with Sydney. An effort is now boing made, with even' chance of success, to get telephonic commun ication with Sydney. A uumbor of our prin cipal business men have taken tho matter up, and wo are of opinion that it will not be long before the thing is an accomplished fact. In 188G Mr. W. A. Brodie interested himself' in the matter to a great extent, and it was not his fault that we did not then have this boon. Terms,*were submitted at the time, biit we are of opinion that moro reasonable terms can be now concluded. Following are tho terms as submitted in 188G:— 1 We, tho undersigned, do hereby agree to acoopt the offer of the Government to provide means of telephonic communication between Parramatta and Sydney on the following terms and conditions, viz : — Tho line from the Con trol Telephone Exchange, General Post Office, Sydney, to the Electric Telegraph Office, Par ramatta, to be erected by the Government, and the cost of same complete £200, to be paid by ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

(T1UHBEKIAND BUILDING LAND \^ AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. LIMITED. CAPITAL, .£100,000. Paid up capital, £20,000.. Uncalled capital, £15,000. Rovervo fund, £2000. Money received on Fixed Deposit lit tlio fol lowing Hates : — For 12 months, 0 per cent per annum. (3 months, 5 per cent, per annum, And 4 per cent, at call. ?Savings Bank Branch.— Deposits of One Shilliu' and upwards received, and six (0) per cent, interest allowed on the Monthly Balance, uuduo notico required for withdrawals; JNO. JAS. MILLER, Manager. Office— . , Masonic Hall Buildings, George-street rpHE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK X BANK. PARRAMATTA BRANCH. Paid up Capital ? £500,000 With power to increase to £1,000,000 Rcscrvo Fund .. .. £310,000 Interest allowed on 1'ixed Deposits at current rates Bills discounted and advances made on ap proved security. . Drafts issued on all the principal cities in the world. H. M. TODHUNTER, Manager.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

'.-,. ..- ? THE diMBERLAND ARGUS .;.....?.??????? and FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED iEVERY. SATURDAY MORNING AND . IJELIVEEED TO ALL PAETS OF ' TAKBAMATTA AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT. s. d. Subscription, per quarter, i' advance 1 -- Do. booked . . ? ? - ;» ? Single copy .... ? ? ? ? ° - '''''' '. Teums of ADVKitTisiKa : Three lines ? } ? JJ Six lines.. ? 1 I ? One inch.. ?? ?? ?? '\ C' Eaeli additional incli .. ..2 b Births, Marriages and Deaths .' . . ,.(ench) ..... ..10 Special terms for advertisements ordered by ? the quarter. . Casual advertisements must be prepaid, ex cept in the case of firms or persons having i running accounts with us. ? I Persons ordering advertisements on behalt ot i any club or society will bo held personally re ! Hnonsiblo-Iqr the payment of same. Advertisements must state upon the face of I them the number of times they are to be in : serted, otherwise they will : be continued and ; charged for until countermanded. I .. . ? LITTLE & CO. ? Sep...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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MR. CLARKE AND THE C.P.S'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

MR. CLARKE AND THE C.P.S'S. Possir.r.v it is because of Mr. Clakkk's ollicial connection with tho Goddess of Justice that ho is to some considerable extent afflicted with blindness. In his case, however, it is mental blindness. Tho physical blindness of thooinotionloss deity is merely typical of her inaccess ability to iniluenco through the most sympathetic of tho senses. A recent instance of Mr.Ci.ABKis's mental ob liquity has been his decision that goutlemon holding tho appointment of vjleric oi jl etty ous&iuii-a, hull niiu, «^v also on the Commission of tho Peace, shall not act in their magisterial capacity. From certain correspondence that has passed between the Depart ment of Justice and gontlomeu holding Parliamentary and oilicial positions, it would appear that Mr. Clauke has been actuated by a suspicion— perhaps it amounted to a conviction— that in certain districts in tho colony the Clerks of Potty Sessions empowered to write J. I', lifter their names mono .poliscd...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10. LOCAL LEAKAGE OP £ S. D. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

THE ^,m\\fxttht%xA JfUg«» FB.UITCiItOYV.EItS1 ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10. LOCAL LEAKAGE OP £ S. D. Dame 1'AUTixaTox's iutonikms with rogard to tlio Atlantic Ocouu woro ex cellent : her moans, howovor, wcro in adoqunto. Wo havo no mind to follow in her 'pattens.' Tlio wave of Sport cuin-Speculation that is now swooping ovor tlio country is a movement not without its compensations. It is only baneful in some of its effects. It is a protest against tlio puntiuiisin otmuic and-watov goody-goodyism. Wcro it possible to dam it back, the moral state of tho country would bo essentially alterod. Wo 'should liko to soo an oifort made to block tho way of sundry goutlemen wlio utiliso the niovomon.t in ([iiostion. Sport is a right oxcellont healthy thing. In Speculation, when it takes tho form of what tho ' Herald' calls ' the circulation of spare cash ' there is, in our opinion, no harm. A man, who (his just debts being duly providod for) ventures a modest pound or two in a sweep, or othe...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Carlingford. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

Oarlingford, On Sunday forenoon tho weathor was oxooed . ingly oppressive, hut after noon tho sky bocame ovoreast and we had a thunderstorm, with a fine downfall of ruin, which lasted about fifteen minutes, with a promise of more. It is now tho season of the year that tho summer grass and weeds spring up in abundance, and keep the hoesmen in full swing with their hoes. The trees looK well, ana seem to noia tueir own considering the weathor we have had. Tho ? grapo vines are also Jopkiny vory wo}). '.ri'M)t.' ' BiDWELt lias renovated tho two duhgfirouH-eiijvevts ol( Government ' Rqad, past Mr. George Ray's. I believe ho now intonds starting with the brldgo over the creek by Mrs. Green's on tho Kissing Point Road,, which badly wauts attending to. Mn. O'Donxell, tho Government Overseer, has placed a largo number of men on tho main road from Carliugford station, to complete forming the Bame, and I feel assured that he will attend to the sharp pinches, which neces sarily want cutting dow...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Hornsby. THE weather is very warm. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

Hornsby. The weather is very warm. A concert is to bo given in the Public school on tho 16th in aid of tho School Gift Fund. Since our worthy friend, Mr. Epthorp, has hold tho responsible position of master nt Hornsby he has spared no labour to encourage the scholars by kindness, gifts, and prizes, in in tellectual and social culture, and his labours havo so far been crowned with success, for his school is n class higher than heretofore. The concort will be of a dramatio character, and is looked forward to locally as a treat. This one on Friday is to bo a cut above the previous ones, and if the weather is not favourable, it will be repeated on Saturday 17th. Mr. Ep thorp has quite upheld the prestige for the school which resulted from the former popular teacher's labours. Much indignation is expressed at the action of the Contes O.C. in re tho bye to Colliugwood. Instead of sotting a good example to other clubs, tho premier junior team, they have dono the very reverse. Hoiinsby had ...

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Prospect. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

Prospect. Quite an epoch has occurred in tho history of the Church of England at this plaoe. The old phurch on the hill, if not one of the prettiest, is one of the oldest in the colony. Al though its architecture is not up to date, still it has served its purpose, and those who wor ship in it have gone to considerable expense in having it put under thorough repair, and have replaced the old American organ with a splendid piped one, which is certainly a great help to \ne sineing, autt an ornamenc to me ciiurcn. Tie dedication of thq instrument was accom plished on 'Saturday, Sopt'ember 28th, when about three hundred people assembled. ' Roy.! Cannon Morton p,reaoljcd an impressive 'sermon. Key.' Mr. Spooner, incumbent of pie parish, as sisted in the servico. T.hq'cho}r wi'S assisted by {(.?iends from 'Seven Hills, Blacktown, South Creek, and Castle Hill. After the servico, re freshments were provided for the choir and friends from a distance, Mesdames Campbell, Spooner, and Knight att...

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CHAPTER XXXV. THE MAID WAS IN THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

CHAPTER XXXV. THE MAID WAS IX TUJi O.UlJHi.V. Madge was glad it was in her power to comtort Philip, most glad, because, in spito of tho relief which ho found in horjresoneo, a vnguofeiirwasbeginiiin-r to creep into her mind that somehow this power was slowly weakening. Was .it his fnult or hers ? Was it tho know ledgo that tho confidence which they IHKl deSll'Ofl In lrorm i^,.t.,,.J- !.„(. ? '.. them was no longer perfect? Whs it tho knowledge that sho had accepted a secret which could not be shared with him that, disturbingiier mind, suggested changes in him which had no existeneo? Maybe, maybe, and yet . . . relieved as ho had boon for a little while, there was no mistake about, the weary look in his eyes when ho wns going away, or about his nervously lingeriiiginaniierof. saying ' Good-night/ iis it lie were afmid to leave her, lost 1 10 bogeys which had arisen in his path should siezo upon him tho moment ho should bo alone. _-Sho had many bitter reflections that night before she...

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Sighted at Last. CHAPTER XXXIV (continued) 'All?' [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

Sighted at Last. CHAPTER XXXIV f continued J. 'All?' ' Yes, everybody who predicted that my scheme was, a piece of madness nntl must como to grief. That does not matter so much, though, us tindus mj self to bo a fool. I wish uncle would talk over the- matter quietly with me I am suro ho could help mo. . . . Whj , you are shivering. Como nearer to the fire.' Sho moved her chair as ho suggostod. 1 But liow is it that tho money is all gono?' ' It is not exactly gone, but sunk in tho buildings and tho machinery ; and tho disputes with tho nion have caused a lot- of waste. Tho men are tho real trouble; they can't get the idea into their heads, somehow ; and oven Calab is turning rusty now. But that is be cause ho is bothered about Pansy. . . Ah. Mud go' (his wholo manner chang ing suddenly as ho grasped her hand and gazed fondly into her eyes); 'nlthougJi it will be a bitter pill to swallow if this sdinmn foils fhvmio-li — I was so proud of it, so hopeful of it at tho start, and saw such...

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Granville Borough Council [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

Granville Borough Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of this Coun cil was held on Monday evening. Present : the Mayor (Aid. Unwin), and Aldermen Grimwood, Marshall, Rosa, and Fewster. The Mayor read an apology from Alderman.Howieson for non-attendance. The Finance Committee's report, recom mending the payment of salaries, wages, and accounts to the amount of £732 Os 2d, was read aad adopted. ^ The following correspondence was dealt with:— From the administratrix of the estato of the late John Harris, of Parramatta (Mrs. Harris), and Mr. Erank Beames, surviving guardians of the infant children, dedicating one foot of land hitherto reserved along the eastern boundary of Crown-street, Harris Park Estate, Parramatta, in consideration of the Council taking over and maintaining the same in a proper state of re pair. On the motion of Alderman Marshall, the offer was accepted. From the secretary Parramntta Gas Co. rela tive to the resolution passed at the last meeting of the Council — '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

LETTERS AND TELEGEAMS RECEIVE PBOMPT ATTENTION. Undertakers. STATE AND REFORM FUNEEALS 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! FBU.IT ! ICE CEEAMS! CTD rBVBT Wf Q . Mi. lUI^llO? TTUUIITERER AND CONFECTIONER, CHURCH-STREET, PAR RAM ATT A. L begs to state tlmb as Summer is coming he linsu SELECT STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND, of tho CHOICEST FRUITS OF THE SEASON. Being Sole Agent in Parramatta forN.S.W.' Fresh Food mid Ice Co., he is in a position to supply Ice in Parramatta in any quantity. °- K' T'UNKS PEcOCraG, A UCTIONEERS, LAND, ESTATE, AND LABOUR AGENTS, ±\. OPPOSITE POST- OFFICE, CHURCH-STREET, PARRAMATTA. ORCHARDS & FARMS To Let or For Sale. HOUSES AND COTTAGES FOE SALE ON THE EASIEST OF TEEMS. Cottages TO LET in all parts of tho Town and District. Loans effected on the shortest notice, i...

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A Day with Mr. Angus Mackay. NO. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

A Day with Mr. Angus Mackay. NO. II. (By oub Special RuroEiEn.) It was the good fortune of the. writer, when a lad at school, tobethocompunion,oncdolight fulmidsummerholiday, of the eminent geologist Mr. Gosse, in a ramble along the coast of Fife shire bordering on the Firth of Forth — a region affording rich stores to the student of earth's history as written in tho older stnittt. One fine Sunday morning, Gosso and I were, ' far from tho madding crowd,' diligently plying our hummers, and adding specimen after specimen of rare shell petrifactions to our joint store, when wo were startled by a voice sternly rebuk ing us— ?' D'yo ken ycr brenkiii' tlic Suwbath, for bye statics, an' ye'U no' dao it on mo Ian' .' Looking up, wo saw the spoaker— a ' douce ' old man, with 'deacon' written in cverv line of his hard face, and, from the biblo under bin arm, evidently on his way to 'the kirk. Go3?e apologised for the iut.rnsinn, and, in the most, innocent manner possible said, 'My name is Go-...

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Fruitgrowers' Union of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

Fruitgrowers' Union of New South Wales. Tire monthly mooting of tho Council of the Fruitgrowers' Union of New South AVales was held in the Assembly Hall, Parrainatta, on Sat urday afternoon. Mr. John Nobbs, M.P. , pro sided, and there were also present Messrs. W. Stimson, IT. E. Bonnard, G. Lovcll, W. Gam bliim, G. t-'limson. J. T«msett, W. Cox. P. Hookley, .T. F. Duffy, J. S. Townsoud, J. Franks, W. Harrison, G. Franks, G. Hollior, W. Stiemo, W. AY. Board, and the secretary (Mr. 13. Wiiitaker). Apologies were received from Messrs. J. Luke, C. Gibbs, and S. H. Apploton. The chairman reported that since last moot ing, ho had been informed, as vico-prosidont of the Union, that largo shipments of fruit were boiim- received from foreign ports which were much affected with disease, and some with a disease unknown in the colony. Ho ar.auged for a deputation to wait upon Sir Homy Porkcs, under whose notico the matter was brought. Samples of the diseased fruit wore shown, and a request made...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

Visit the ? Paeramatta. Branch .of. ?? ? ; A^i^'J/^/-^. For First-Class BOOTS and SHOES at Lowest Prices. Startling Values. Wonderful Cheapness. n . JOHN HUNTER,. City Boot Palace? Church Street, Parramatta. ;

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

CRICKET, Hospital for Insane v. (.'.vites.— TI-ivod on Siluvdnv oil Ui' A-ivlumova!, !-:-. (ixh,m ?.?,?,;,, ||,,. t.','^ .„„[ having au eve-i,li,,ii.illy .ili-on-.;' hawlin-,- I, vim,' sent, Conti.-.i to Ihe wii.kots, bul pl-iu.-ipilh- bv'lhi' t-\cl|..iit bailing of] Snours, I'.i-own, l/mnon.'aici W. Kweeni'v, the !-.-s.K..,lnl-:il! total fagains!, ,uel, h.nviin-.- tai.-nti ,'.( ll!li-i;n»wsivache,l. The Hospilnlhatsmeu could no!, unde,v,!aud 1'alon, wlrimthey m-t forth., llrrf tin,', au-1 he secured il wiekel-. fo;- -a. liyrnes a!^, I. m-leil well Seven of the Ho..pilal for J iraAo we'-p on! l)r :n when U-,wlingai,d Oaild berime p.m,.-,,-,, ar,d pta-.-ed .»?(. tune, tho score staudin;; m, 72 for seven wickets. Coalesce;, lit inning*. Spears, c IVm-d b Voitch :« Jlrn-.vn, u .! out . , 20 Kivucney, b Sinipsnn ...17 M. Turn- ;, h Kimpso-i I l.onnen.eMayob Uu.-hmia i, I, Dr. Cod iSzti^::-: I T ? -1 ? ™ lio-i-itulfm- In-.m-C. (.'. T.TSJb'fiu'ou ::: is ''''k,'!'1.',',1'''''1''11''1' o |{...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

A SHFIELD MUSICAL SOCIETY will r\ give a Grand Concert in Masonic Hall, Parramatta, on Thursday, November 15, at 8 o'clock. 70 performers. A FEW TONS OF 'WIRE, Rusty, a jTL reduced price. MURRAY BROS. A LLOTMENTS ol? LAND. J^L FOR SALE. With Stone Foundations in Lansdowue-streot, Also allotments in Dixon-street, on liberal terms. Torren.s A.ot. Five minutes walk frara Railway £tutiou, PP THOMAS DIXON, ? Parramuttu South. BLACK FENCING, G, 8, 10, White cross. ? MURRAY BROS. TJRICKMAKERS' SHOVELS, 2s. each. JD ? SAINTY BROS. ROWN TEAPOTS, Glassware, Drum Pipes, Garden Tiles, Flower Pots. Re duced prices at SAINTY BROS. /CORRUGATED IRON, all lengths, Cheap. \J Ridge Cappinsr, Guttering, Down Pipes, etc. ? '_ ? SAINTY BROS. TH O B, 'T A L W. 23 ALLOTMENTS OF LAND, from | acre to 2 acre blocks, Parruinatta North and South, and Sherwood. Apply, COATJJS AND HARPER, George-street, or. to. H.' 0,' HARPER, corner of Church and Argylo stroets, Purranuttta. r.[-e.r.in,s. easy.' ? ? ? GAS and Wa...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Sports and Games. THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP AND FERRIS TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

Sports and Games. THE CUM])E11LA.\1) ARGUS CUV AND l-'EUKIS TROPHY. All's woll (hut. rails well. AVo an glml to rocoril f lie fact (hat Creitc.s Cricket Club, reiffliinsiMi;- to .some ex tent the jiwliicss of our rem.irlis, rtcoiili-il to rci-.ill tiiu byu to Uio Cullilitfwoml Crii-kc! Club, :iml Ilia! Ihi-nuili-li mis i'!immciia-il oil Siitm-iliiy Inst. It, i- uviiipnl iluit (talcs Jlwci-c lint ilcsiwusuf in imy wiy pi-i'ja;!Mmr the interest ill this r.ontcsl.s oi- ai-lini,- in whatever nnii ncr imtHBimislie ti- Uio tat iiitcrosls of the ussuoiiitiun. As 11 mnt.lcrnf fiu-t, the sci:ret:iry ut'Cimtes openly cx jiresscil his imcnlion nf willulnnrin? from III' i-Vri-is tvoiiliy, so tluil his inulive should not. lie iiii::cniistnuvl. The whole oniso uf (he ini?i:hief v.us Il1.1t infniml liufciiiicc— ii busyincildliil!,' tongue, llappou-s 1 IimL 11 lU-oiiimont member (if the'CiiIliimnwd uliih was lirar.l lo secretly inform iinulhei- cncltclor lint it mis I ho Vh-uuiii^v* y)-j--- mit.'iL...

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. SATURDAY, NOV.3. (Before Messrs. H. Taylor, R. Harper, and Jos. Smith, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 10 November 1888

Parramatta Petty Sessions. Satvri-av,Nov,3. (Define Messrs. H. Taylor, I). Harper, and Jos. Smith, Arthur Harvey, for huvintf been drunk in Church strett, was Hned 6«, in default 21 hours' imprisonment; and for having made use of obscene language, 20s or 7 days' impiisonment.

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