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A FEW RECIPES. BEEF SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

A FEW RECIPES. BEEF SOUP. Cut all the lean off the shank, and with a little beef euet in the bottom of the kettle, fry it to a nice brown ; put in the bones and cover with water ; cover the kettle closely ; let it cook slowly until the meat drops from the bones ; strain through a colander and leave it in the dish during the night, which ifi the only way to get off all the fat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

CURE FOR TOOTHACHE. Saturate a small piece of cotton-wool with eau-de-Cologne, and place it on the tooth. If this does not immediately stop the pain it will greatly alleviate it in the majority of cases. FOR AN INVALID. Put a nice lean mutton chop in a small jar with a close-fitting cover, and a small lump of butter, with pepper and Bait ; place the jar in a bowl of water, cover all over to keep in the steam, let it cook ir- the oven for two hours, it will then be rich and tender. GOOD AND CHEAP COUGH MIXTURE. A little tulu, and the same amount of each of the following : Syrup of BquiUs, honey, glycerine, paregoric and ipecacuanha wine. Mix well together and add one half-pint of cold boiled water. Take a tablespoonful when the cough is troublesome.

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FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

FBUIT. Fruit taken in moderation is undoubtedly of benefit to .one and all, the ohlef thing to con* aider being file freshness of the fruit chosen, then it matters not if .taken cooked or raw. Fruit eaten In the morning is said to be worth gold to us; taken midday, silver ; at night, sad. Dndoubtedly, fruit to be o! actual bene fit, should be -eaten alone, or with a dry biMolt or a bread roll, and if taken in themomlng fasting aervei as a natural stinmliu to the digestive organs. Now, an applB taken fasting is an invaluable fruit, or some people tat an orange 'every morning. ? ? ' ? '?? ; .. Xemons are, simply invaluable M «vb article of diet, and -eqnaUy invaluable lorfheumedl clnal properties. For inaoHytty oKtheJlTOr try the iuGe of half a lemon, to » ttmhlertnl of lhbtwat«t,-whlah*«ie«iB^ Bight tna imoi^.'iF,orti^niJeibJMna^^.'-eman

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FRIED CHICKEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

FBTED CHICKEN. Gut the chicken in pieoes, lay it is sail and water, which change several times ; roll eaoh pieoein flour; fry in very hot lard or butter, season with salt and pepper ; fry paraely with them also. Make a gravy of oream seasoned with salt, pepper and a little maoe, thickened with a little flour in the pan in which the chickens were fried, pouring off the lard.

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Sherwood Progress. FEBRUARY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

Sherwood Progress. Febbuaby, 1884. In February, 1881, there were two small platforms — Merrylands and Guildford (with a single line of railway). The respective Btationmasters were Mr. Dengate ana Mr. Pearee. The former's residence was situate about 800 yards from the platform, close to Try's brickworks. The latter's resi dence was Bituated just inside the Guild ford gates on the west side of the line. Both residences were weatherboard buildings. The district oould only boast of two roads, viz., Guildford and Park roads. The industries were : Mr. Bailey's brickworks at Guildford ; Mr. Bulley's brickworks at Merrylands ; also Try's brickworks ; Holroyd's brick and tile works (about a mile west of the Dairy— also Mr. Holroyd's en terprise) ; Mr. W. Stieme's vineyard ; Mr. Carson's orangery; Mr. Wood* ward's orangery; Mr. Ferris's vineyard and apple orchard. The residences of note were : Mr. A. T. Holroyd's ; Mr. T. Paton's; Mr. J. Elliot's ; Mr. Whitaker's : ? Mr. Fowler's ; Mr. Stieme...

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JUNE, 189[?], [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

?'' ^:^:W^al''; -? :'v '' ? ''??'?''? *»V ?'. Pirlc.maa.. Mr. Dancate isMlBtafionV I '')&&* «na also ^tammmm ^^^Jpltttfptm, and one ,wooa -m opposite the station, corner of Guildford and Military roads. The tbiok bush around the station haB given way to progress. The properties held by the late Mr. Holroyd and Mr. Whitafcer have been subdivided and sold. The National Building Society has made a great improvement in the district. Some substantial buildings erected on Sherwood Heights Estate include Mr. King's, Mr. E. Colquhoun's, Mr. 5. C. Walker's and Mr. M'Orea's. That once thickly-timbered bush known as Whitakot's has gone under; and the estate is being rapidly built on. The most prominent residence is ' Linn wood,' the property of Mr. George M'Credie, J.P. Then there are Mr. Turner's and Mrs. 'Williams'. The residence of the late Mr. Holroyd is now the property and residence of Mr. Ives, J.P., and the bush land that sur rounded the building is now known as New Bir...

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MR. A. B. PIDDINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

Me. A. B. PIDDINGTON. Mr. A. B. Piddingion, a gentleman well -known to many of the residents of Parramatta, and a frequent visitor to ' Hayfield,' Sher wood, has gone again to Tamworth to fight the ?? democratic knight,' Sir George Diets. The latter beat Mr. Piddington last July ; but a Labour man was in the field at the time, and now that the coune is nrettr clear a nM&.antl. neck race is expected to wind op in a win for the colt. At least, that u) the version of sup porters of the Government. Mr. Piddington in a man of pronounced ability, as well of cul ture, reserve force, and grit; and Mb views are spoken of by his friends as being up to date. If we hen succeed in getting as good a man for our representative, this spring, we'U not do bad.

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INSTITUTION DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

INSTITUTION DANCE. A 'patients' dance' has been established this winter at the Hospital for Insane, Bydal mere (' The Branch.') On Wednesday night one of the enjoyable hops was brought off ; it proved a great treat to the patients. A few friends from outside the institution were among the guests of the evening.

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A LOCK WRITER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

- ^y KLommrn*, §|aHJ}ri-4i ,*te-«aoe-o(-leafflSiMste^Sn'-.. p|*aimWTpata»toj^ as a a^Sfefe/Jhe ?Kssgaa

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

RE1TISIOK OJF THE rPSJ^tXJEV I '^ 1 -GREAT SEDUCTIONS AT- ~ 'J FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE '[ KIPPEBED HEERINGS ) ENGLISH JAMS, from 5$d per tin. DIGBY CHICKS [ 7i» PEB TIN. ? ? FINDON HADDOCKS j SABDINES from 8id. Best Brands Only. Special Attention is directed to the fact that one of the Largest Stocks in the District is on Sale at FAWLEY'S CENTEAL CASH STOBE ; in fact, ? it is questionable whether any other House buys as largely FOB CASH— hence the secret of LOW PBICES AND FRESH GOODS. In addition to the ] ?; Large Stock on Hand at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STOBE, he has in Bond at the present time, awaiting the Bemoval of the Duty, a large Shipment of Goods of the Choicest description ; and two other Shipments en mute from London. Five (5) Ton of Best OBOWN SOAP for Sale at 16s per Cwt. :{ Arnott's Biscuits, from 2W per lb. Arrowroot 4d Alum 3d Baking Powder — Batho's 8d ; Champion's, Aunt Mary's, Waugh's, Joe Hart's, Burge's, Soyer's 2/9 per half doz., 5/8 doz. Barley (Pearl) 2Jd, ...

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THORNLEIGH. Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

TH0BNLEIGH. (FbOK OUB CoBEEBPONnENT.) Benefit. The benefit concert, tendered to old Mr. Stevens, our district identity, came off on the 27th of June. The audience was enthusiastic, if it did not include all the elite of this part of tbe county. The Rev. Mr. Marshall made a speech, explaining the objects of the entertain ment ; and the ' helming ' of the funotion was then left to Mr. H. Hall (etm of Mr. T. Hull, of ' Woodlands ''I. Songs were rendered by Mr. T. Skellet, ofBeecroft; Mr. Rhodes (Thornleigh), and gentlemen from Hornsby Junction, Sydney, and elsewhere. Some six songs were rendered by old Mr. Stephens, who also danced, in clown's costume. The Bev. Mr. Marshall recited ' Little Jim.' A dance followed, which was kept up till 8 a.m. Mrs. Rhodes contributed the greater part of the dance music. About £8 was netted by the effort.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

HOW TO REMOVE STAINS. Medicine stains oan be taken off silver spoons, when polishing powder fails, by rubbing them withuft olotti duped in sulphnrio Add ana afterwards washing the spoons in soapsuds. When -ink stains appear on any while surface wet the spots with rnllk, rub in some salt and allow It to remain on. It sometimes requires several applications before the ink will be re moved.: Hith» material-be coloured dissolve a teaspoonful of ozalio add in » teaoupful of boiling water and tub tbe stained part well with the sola tipn. The splashes -whloh oome on mahogany writing-tables or infrntanfln. oan be washed off with spirits of salts or by rub bingthe spota with aoork which has been dipped in. aquafortis./. When the Btalns are gone wash the 'spot with soap and water and ;poli»h.;JBtrdngmuriaUciLOid or spirits ot salts .Trill make an old -floor look like new and chloride of lime mixed to a paste with water ^Ulbefoundimpitol thing with which to clean aiyer. stands which have beoom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

FIRST-CLASS PEOVISIONS AT LOW PKIOES AT THE PBEMIEB BUTTEE COMPANY, /Bjl OrP. MiESDEK's, TBS BiDDLKB, / /) jj~i OHtJBCH-STEEET. f / Cf Creamery, Factory, and Dairy Butter. High olass Small Goods, eto. B. CAMPBELL, Manager. The North End Shoeing Forge, CHUECH STEEET N0ETH, . PAEEAMATTA. / / ?P/S — '/* R. C. Baetlett, Proprietor. HOBSES SHOD, 4/- Peb Set, CASH. . .'.Patrons can rely on First-class Workman ship. 1^ O T I C E. tS-FUETHER SEDUCTIONS / JjfP J. Paul's O I DAILY PAE0EL DELIVERY./ To and from Oity and Suburban Districts. FAE LESS THAN RAILWAY COST. Leaves City Depot, 121 York -St., 1 p.m. daily. „ Head Office, Churoh-st., Parramatta, 7.16 a.m. daily. Parcels Bate, direct to your House;— lib. to 281bs., 6d ; 291bB. to 561bs., 9d ; 671bs. to 841bs., Is; 851bs. to 981bs., Is 8d ; 991bs. to liaibs.. Is 6d ; ever; additional 281hs., Sd. FVAILY PABOELS DELIVERY TO AND JJ /» - FBOM SYDNEY. //*. US'? —^~ 7/# /7GE0£aE HAEEISO^, GEKEBAIi CAEEIEB, PABRAMATTA, Having Fint-Class Horses a...

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THE CITRUS COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

THE CITBUS COMPETITION. It is to be hoped that Central Cumber land will make a worthy effort within the next few weeks to wrest back the chief honours connected with fruit and fruitgrowing, in Australia. The chal lenge to compete has come across the wires from Mildura; and Mr. C. B. Cjuekes and a few other district en trinfHfLsta are infaprfwtinp' thernRelvpji to send back a good, practical reply. It is proposed to Bend Mr. T. Bbien, junr., over to Melbourne to represent Central Cumberland and take charge of our ex hibits. Mr. E. J. Blaok is to drive Mr. Bbten through Cumberland for : three or four days in order that he may get thoroughly in touch with fruit . matters in all our local centres; and Mr. Bbien will take charge of any ex hibits local growers prepare for the { exhibition. It is proposed to defray the necessary expenses of the venture by means of a general subscription of five shillings per man.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

§? Births. Marriages & Deaths. ¥-; Prepaid AdnrUannents under these headings |g-! M words, !/? ; over 24 words, 2/- each ^'' '777 ~ deaths] Tty AQlKY ? J Jy I. at hii rwidroM, Macquarie - / MM bnaoDL Wilier Thomas Airey, ?;. ^ taW. llfeyw. HJ.P. ? MrfOBE-- ? JbIj 4th. at Old Government f/lBwmm. haumi Park, the Honorable ' //CWrfa fearr. ag«d 74 yearn. /^ ? THE / CDumbi rland Jfrw Press. SATURDAY. JULY 6, 189S.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

^^^HH^^ ' 'Tiii nol in mortals to command success. HH'/^^B Hut we'll do better, Sempronins — we'll ^^^H^3g^^B deserve it.' j&S^^^^^kjK, Latest Novelties in High ?. ':-'d8^^^^Hb Art Jewellery. ?. '] Jg^^^^^^^^^j^^HBii A Large Stock of Spectacles ''? ''W^^^^^^KffK^^^^S/m *? Eyeglasses to select '- j^^^^^^^^Hre-^i^^^^^^^^H from. ^^^^^Hj§|^^^^7 [a maximum value. ^^^E^^BKS? Wl MINIMUM COST. /fey THE LEADING WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, /if 5 Goldsmith's Hall, Parramatta. . M

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DAPHNE DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

^^^^SAPflNE 'DANCE. 'fSKBWMuia .Social Oh* faeia their third uim^m^M-iD.Hu Masonic Hall, on rilMlllDtiEjUliii Hie mtuno, which was .. naa^^^^pLOnwe, inaiUBt, A. Lea

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CHANGES AT THE KING'S SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

CHANGES AT THE KING'S SCHOOL. . ? It is probable (says the King'' School .:, Wagazint) that Mr. A. C. Mlllard, B.A., ,;£«! Sydney University and Cambridge, will take ?S&ijiitaw on the staff after the holidays. Mr. .VCfSDOard, . In his course at Sydney, swept the ~'-Jbe»rtWilltheeihibitlons and scholarships in !)'? ^Hnfli jffl-iirfft and mathematiofl, finally winning SSe-»di;TraveUing Scholarship, with which F&k* proceeded to Cambridge. In his Mathe ^raitfottripM there be was first of the Senior ggfiptfine*. Members o! the Boat Club wiU be |pi|n-leam that he is a great onthuslast In

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Local and General. THE COLD SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

?„ Local and General. ,/ ; , /3/ -THE COLD SEASON. ' W h: . Pfepare yourselves (or the cold eeasen! by fi, «ettiag in the house Virtue's weU-knoidi Irish &... lion, which will cure all kinds of colds, and p', aet yon up tor the winter. To be obtained S . only from W. L. Pye, chemist and druggist L ?' (lateB.W.Tirtne),Gharch-street,Parramatta.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

' Let Goon Dioustion wait on Appetite, Ami Hkwtb ox Bora.' TO. REALISE THAT IDEA, /Vj -Use- Aj V^(xRANGER's '7 Machine made Bread WHOLE MEAL BREAD (as recom mended by Dr. Emily Ryder) ; and MALT BBEAD SPECIALITIES.

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