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WEDNESDAY, Nov. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

WKjmisuAV, Nov. 21. (tV/'oro Messrs. H. Byrnes, Fd. Pimrcu, Jos. AVlntwortli, T. ];'._ Mackenzie.. C. AV. Lloyd, John Itomli Kennedy, ou remand, bi',,U'n{ up for protection, w:w discharged. Henry AVilliuins, for having been 0 ni,.t ,,,,,7 disorderly, was fined 20s., in defs- nil' day'' imprisonment ; for huviug m:id--- llto of olj^'iu language, Hl.s, m default, 1 1 ;Vl)^ im,u.jw,i- mciit ; for «souUtij-f' Constable' Walsh whifc iu tho owutiou of his di«y,p one month'*.-, im pvUomout, without tlvv option of a iiuetlu, auuienopsto be uutimiativo. Mi-jiiy,-1, Fit^-urald, for having- made uso of obsoci-.ohvAWHiuiigoin si puhlb place, -was filled M.S, iv,,:c.i'-m!t, two month,-.* imprisonment. Knrah McO-jo, (,,v Vivinr* k-en drunk. )i,. Ross-street, wsis liu^l 21M, in default - ,W* iriipriraniiivut i r.nd for having mado ueo oi ob scene l.Migui.go, GU..,, in default one nuiath's iv.tprisonraoiil-, ftthii Maul JohnsMi, forliiivinjyumdeusooj:' oWcoue lunguaw, wus fined €0, tu default &...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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TUESDAY, Nov. 20. (Before Messrs Jev. Whitworth, and T. F. Mckenzie, J.s.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

*' TfHKIlAV, IS'W. _?(-. (Before Mcsvs. .1,.,.. AYhitw.,rlll, mul T ],? ATn^oiiiuo, T,*.j\) ' ' Ah U,.w ««svlmrjfr.,i n.itil ],.„.;„„. ;„ ],; _ «'«' iK;m'il1 ,b:u' oi solder reasonably h\P ixw«l to have been stolen. Mr. H. A. Richard son iippoHVud for Iho defence. Constable Monroe donusod that ha arrested accused iu C-hureli-slrwi-, hin-amaUii,^ ou the prei-crfinj- ? (witiif^ had no evidence to Win.'* forward to. sho.v.- »W, anyone ha-.l mi-iscd any similar solder. AVilham Martin, plumber, demised that accuse! offered him the metal iu fjuostinn for saltr ? in his opin -. n it was not solder, but pint, tin. De tendant having .rfvon evidence to the fact that, he received i)^ moral from his cousin Ah Li, to xtXUn liiH account. Ah Li havin.- cri iii-iiieiUlii-s statement, Iho- Bench disohui-.*oa hun,

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta Petty Sessions. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17 (Before Messrs. R. Harper, J.F. MacKenzie, and J. Smith, J's.P) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Parramatta Petty Sessions^ 8atuiu-ay, Noviaim.ui 17^ (Before Messrs. R. Harper, ,T. F. Mackouzie and ,T. Smith, J.-i.P) Michael Kollalwr, ou remand, charged with using threatening language towards his wife, brought evidence to show that the trouble was simply a ' littlo domestic' altercation, and ho was dismissed with a caution. William Miller was charged with stealing- 1, set of billiard balls valued at 7 K'liineas, tho property of .1. F. Cripps, proprietor of the. . ark Gate Hotel : and a paint brush, the pro perty of Homy Pudney, valued at 3s (id on Thursday. Cdns.talJo Miller- stated that he ar rested the prisoner, and found on him the paint brush (produced), in his swag; the billiard balls he found at Marchandi's, a dealer, carryin'- on business in Church-street, where prisoner had sold them for 5s ; John Mivrohand'i stated that, prisoner had brought, tin bulls to his place m Thursday afternoon, aud wanted 15s for them :; tho witness for tho rather shaily trmikaistioni J. F. Cr...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE CODLIN MOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

THE OODLIN MOTH. ' CotfsiDEUixo that tiio Codlin Moth hasmado its appearance iii the centre of the town of Parrauiatta, recourse need not bo hud to exaggeration in asserting that the mat ter is assuming an alarming character, let thoso pooh-pooh the o.yintoiiBO of the moth who ma v. Many years will not elapse, if thin pest is to go on unchecked, before tho applo will only be seen on the table of those who can afford to give a fauoy price for the fruit. Strong measures have been taken in Tasmania and else where to keep the moth down as muck as possible, and it behoves this country to be up and doing bofovo this has gone too far. During the week, Mr. LrrrtE, of this office, discovered the existence of the Codlin Moth grub iu a fine applo tree on his premises in Rojs-streot. A grout portion of the fruit has been attacked, but still, from the few evidences shown, lie surmises, that tho pest is of a very recent impor tation. Of course there are many ways to niir count for its existence i...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. Peter's Mission Church, Sherwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

St.. Eeter's Mission Church, Sher-. ' wood. A tka and social meiHfas' ru celebrate the completion of St. IVic-r'-s Mission Churoh, Sherwood, wa.s\:c-].d iii. thjit building- on Tucx.-. day (ivoisinif, and passed off very successfully iutlc.-d. The demand for accommodation at the 1 ton tables, wan' so groat that two sittings had to bo resorted to, but tin; \\-i»i;k of serving all whs got, throutrh admirably by, the ladies. There wero six ta\x\.^, all very, tastefully lui-\ «,iul re flecting to the credit of those who. decked them out. Mrs. Richard Huvpfi,-, with ha' usunl generosity, had ]-rovvU%t uo, less than three tables, which, buiiig mifim- th© superintendence of her m^j anil ^nej-gcttc daughters, it is nnodU'is, t,a say, -\yero thoroughly attended io. Mrs. it. awl Hiss A . M. Vullnir.-ir kindlv im.vidcd ftHQlhW tttWa, which \m\ it most tempting np joear/--,ce, and Mr.i. ?Mtli.-r- and Mrs. Sandow, mid Miss Sandow nnd Mis-, Rogers also liad arrumred on their respective tables doH...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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SUCCESSFUL SHIPMENT OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

SUCCESSFUL SHIPMENT OF FRUIT. A most encouraging report has been received by Mr. C. 15, Qtijtjrcs, of tho Bank of N.S.W.. Parramatta, rejoftw to a oaso of oranges for warded by him jto M,essrs. JJEEW? and Hjisy, tho woll -known frtfit salesmen ,of tendon. Tho shipment w#s raado per Orient Co.'s S.S.. Cuzco on Aug, Iti, and consisted of 3.00 oranges, from the prchard of Mr. C, W. Mills, ' ±SurJoru, JJunuaH, TOB99. owing' w the drynoss of the season, were of swajl si/je, and paoked in a ' Cairnes ' caso designed tt- hold only 240. By arrangement with tho Sydney agent of tho Orient Company (who kindly for warded tho ease free of all charges) tho oranges wore fiop put, as has hitherto been the caso with tijiijl sh jpmeiits, iu the refrigerating room, but iu whui js ffjfQW}} as tho ' vegotable room,' aplace kept #t an uniformly cool tem perature, but much jielow thp f rueji^njj point, and which is necessarily oponed several times iu tho course of each day. Messrs. Keei^nu and Hunt, vndef...

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Auburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Auburn. Tun members nf ilm Aulmrii Cricket. Club la-Id a social ou Friday evening lost in the Auburn Hall, which was very successful About 2-1 couples took the Hour tci music sup plied by. the Auburn, string hand. ? Dancing was indulged iu till the '- witching, hour of night,' when a variety was introduced in the way oi SK-.-iung, wmeli caused a deal of amuse ment to porjur-mors mul spectators— morn to tho latter than the former in ono case. Dancing was again indulged iu till :i o'olouk, when the visitors loft for home, everyone dccla. ing that they had enjoyed u lii-jh old lime. The ladies (bless 'em) auo, ai\i\ nit louked cbarming (when do they nut;-) uuu must havo taxed the dress making lalonl to its utmost to nroduia! such creations In tho way of toilet as were to buseen during tho evening. A dainty 'mauve vel vet,' a '' blue sutin' trimmed with white lace, and a ' cardimd. and black' looked well, A lady in drab satin seemed at homo in th-- iva-ilw, and last, but not least, a fa...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Local Topics. Webb the most efficient Al school 'inarm, under the Dopartuient of Public Instruction to yabberaway to it class for a century in explan ation of thoso varieties of Simoom, known as tho ttmiiel in Turkey; the tohnin in Spain, :the Immtin in Egypt, etc. , she wouldn't bo able to get the idea of those hot arid irritating blasts into young Australia's cranium with a billionth part of that force wlierowith Pedagoguess Nature hah beou object-lesson-giving during tho pnab few weeks,1 with hot wind illustrations so amazingly well got up as to make the Aus tralian noso almost smell Sahara. .'' ; . ? : e^* ?. ? ? ? . ' . ? ; To proffer advice to liortioulturists, just now with the wind as it is libt from the west and nor'-west, how they should thin- and dry their fruit is (as it were) to. seek to paint the cauli fiowor ; or add fresh aroma to the George's River (at Liverpool) ; or give a recipe how to m:iku vauillc ice-eream to a ship's crew trapped for the winter withiu the Arc...

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The Parramatta School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

The Parramatta School of Arts. A nmr,ic meeting to urge tho claims of tho Parramutta School of Arts upon tho public of Parramutta and district and to devise means to reduce tho debt upon tlio building, was held in the lecture hall of the institution on Friday evening. The President, tho Venerable Arch deacon Guntbcr, presided, and there wero also present tho itevs. jj Arey Irvine aim U. Taylor, JOr. Violette, and Messrs. J. if. Brenau (lion, secietary), G. Pile, J.P., R. H. Do Low (lion, treasurer), AV. W. Boaenham, C. AV. Lloyd, J.P., AV. R. Murray, ,,. C. AVillis, 3). M. Todhunter, AV. Grevi'ilo, (.). Ryan, G. Morti more, J. E. Bowden, A. Massey, and others. An extraordinary feature of tho' meeting was that none of the gentlemen who promised to speak put in an appearance, and the meeting simply took a conversational turn for the bettor part of the time . Archdeacon Gnnther regretted that those gentlemon who had promised to address the meeting had not seen fit to attend. Ho con tra...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Current News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Current News. Evidently the Rev. C. Taylor does not look with confidence upon the ' recording angels' of the Parramatta Press. He is simply nervous now when he starts t - speak, and before confiding in the audience anything; of importance, he casts his furtive eye from corner to eomerr—reporters always get iu a corner in moro senses than one — evidently with the idea oi seeing whether it is tho ' Triithiul James' or the ' Truthful Mercury' who is following him with the pencil. Wo are not going to say that all his nervousness is without cause. Speaking at the Primitive Methodist Church anniversary meeting on Monday night last, on the necessity for united action on tho part of the churches to reach the masses, ho said that he hoped there wore no reporters pre sent, as they always, gave glowing reports of what he did not suy, and never reported him correctly. The italics are ours, and we wish, tho rev. gentlemen to note them, and then pause, and consider whether he is not a little At t...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Rouse Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Rouse Hill. run old school buildings, at iho Church of Kuurhind, aro deserted, and tho now school, which has stood empty i'or a month, now echoes to flio Kimid of- child rciis- voices Yet, nine , ou,v genial frinnd Mr. .Druinmond is no 'longer in chacfru; i'or. the department, i/mvso wjiyji ?,vo .u »...,-.?, uiysu'nniis nava se^c tiii.o, tjo, -\l}i,ii-. ' aud havo brought, Mr, Wcy i'vo.ift Ji~- ? - fill his phico, 'Yet Kli,l.. .4'''^ I)rumWwt \Wt-f*«mo»t»-' , , -'I1,'1''1 re' -Mk ?who, vv'vi iiim »?? ' ..sed by tho children, i-\ its )--?-?- address, testifying their joy , — - ,,,„.,. ; nnd they emphasised their orus with Iho prosouta'ioii of a marble clnck. Our hopes follow him, that, it will bo seen that things have happened for his good. Bi-sit iires have been doing a 1 't of damage here tliia week.

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Larrikinism in the Park. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Larrikinism in the Park. TO THE DDITOI! OF TIIE CUJtLERr.AND AUUUS. Sin.— The Parranmtta Cricket Ground is iti - fested every day witli a crowd oi ' larrikins ' whose lang-uago at times is simply disgusting ? ? Why this state of things is iillowid to continue, is a mystery. Ladies and children are pre vented from visiting- this part of the Park through these roughs, and if the pulioo did uicu- auty, tuey should proceed uguius't them for vagrancy without further dolny. There is also another class termed 'athletes,' who are iu the habit of undressing in au iudecent man ner, and ruuniu',' across the ground almost in u. nude state. The cry is, 'Where are tho police?' 'Why do the trustees or tho cricket club not take action ? Thoy are disgracing the club and destroying the property of the Park. —Yours, etc., DECENCY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

mJMBEBLAND BUILDING LAND \J AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. LIMITED. CAPITAL, £100,000. Paid up capital, £20,000. ?Uncalled capital, JSlo.OOO. Rovervo fund,' £2000. Money received on Fixed Deposit at the fol lowing Rates : — Fot 12 months, 7 per cent per annum: (J months, 0 per cent, per annum, And 5 per cent, at call. Savings Bank Branch.— Deposits of One Shilling mid upwards received, and six (0) per cent, intercut allowed on the Monthly Balunee, and no notice required for -withdrawals. JXO. JAS. MILLER, Manager. Office— L . Masonic Hall Buildinjre, George-street rpiIE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK i BANK. PAEKAMATTA1BRANCH. Paid up Capital .. .. £^fi00 With power to increase to £1,000,000 Keaervol-'uud .. .. -^10,600 . Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at current rates Bills discounted and advances mado on ap proved security. . Drafts issued on. all tlio principal cities m the world. H. M. TODHUNTER, Manager.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS j AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED EVEEY SATURDAY MOKNING A.SD DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF r\KKAMATTA AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT. h d. Subscription, per quiii-lcr, i' advance 2 0 Do. booked ? ? ? ? - jj Single coijy ? '' | Teums oi' Advkiu-isixu : Three lini* ? ] ' Six lines ? \ J Onoindi ? - '' Entfi additional iu-;li ?? ..21) Births, Marriages and DeatJis (each) ? ! ° Spcdiu tenns for advertisements ordered by the (lunrter. Casual advertisements must bo prepaid, ex cept in the case of firms or persons having running accounts with us. ?.,,** Por-ions ordering advertisements on behalf of nnv club or society will be held personally re sponsible for the payment of same. Advertisements must state upon the tneo ot them the number of times they are to be in serted otherwise they will be continued and clmrgcd for until countermanded. LITTLE & CO. September 2-lfli, 1S87. CHATFIELD & BROWN, J IC13NS E D SURVEYORS Specially licensed under the Real Prop...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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A POLICE VIEW OF "REASONABLE SUSPICION." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

A POLICE VIEW OF 'SEASON- ABLE SUSPICION.' Had any intelligent stranger entered our local Palace of Justice on Tuesday last, when the charge against Ah Toxg for having solder iu his possession, 'reasonably supposed to have been stolon,* was being heard, he must havo been considerably astonished and amused at tho proceedings. $_ln the first place the police did not bring for ward a tittle cf evidence to shew that tho arresting constable had the slightest reason to suspect that the solder in question hed boon feloniously obtained. In fact, every reador of this paper — if the zeal of policemen of the Moxroe stamp be not restrained — is liablo to summary arrest the next timo lie is ob served carrying a small parcel in his hand. ^It is true that tho Law provides that the*1 suspicion ' on tho part of the arresting constable shall be 'reason- able,' but both Law and Nature appear to have failed in supplying Constable Moxkoe with sufficient 'reason' to en able him to exercise the most ordin...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. LOCAL WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

, ? ' '? [ ' '??'? 'THE ?' . ^ '?-?;. .; ??? FKUITaKOWBES' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 21. LOCAL WATER SUPPLY. The question of the water supply of large population centres has already in this young country become one of : the most perplexing and : difficult mth which mnnicipal authorities have to deal.. Although the way in which the Parra inatta Borough authorities have, up to date, dealt with this vitally important question reflects credit upon them, it cannot be' said, in view of such climatic conditions as the district is at present experiencing, that the local .water sup ply system is commensurate to local requirements. No doubt, the . present drought is one of an apparently abnor mal character ; yet still we may come to learn tbnt there is a peifectly normal relation (as of cause and effect) between the wholesale clearance of timber from off the face of the country, and dry winters and springs. As a correspond ent writes in another column of this issue of the Ahgus, 'the suppl...

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Primitive Methodist Church Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Primitive Methodist Church Anniversary. The 18th anniversary services in con nection with the Pn'rramatta Primitive Methodist Church were hold on Sunday last (morning nnd evening), tho Rev. W. Sparlitur, from Goulburn, offici ating. The sermons preached were in kecpius with the oecasion. and were listened to with great attention throughout. The collections, which were in aid of tho Trust Fund, were very satisfactory, both morning nnd evenina'. The singing of tho choir, under the able conductor ship of Mr. Ellis, was highly appreciated, and reflected great credit on all concerned. On Monday evening the usual tea and public mooting, inseparable from tho anniversary, eventuated, and both were well attended. About 120 sat down to a good tea, ably pro sided over by Jlesdamos Young, Field, Nowliug, Collett, and the Misses Roulston, Miss Ellis, and Miss Robertson. After tea had been dis cussed, most present adjourned from tho sclmnl rooin to the little church, wherein the after meeting was...

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Roundabout Papers. No. III. PARRAMATTA WATER SUPPLY. PER FAVOR EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Koundabout Papers. No. III. PAP.KAMATTA WATER SUPPLY. l-Elt FAVOR EDITOli OF THE CUMBERLAND ARCIUS . Sir, — I am not sure whother I may be in season with a fow remarks or suggestions re garding water supply to Pnrramatta and district. However that may be, tlio good folk here arc likely to want water, not only for -ill the pretty flowers they have in their gardens, for thoir cultivation generally, and porliups for domestic purposes, it rain does not come shortly (which is n very serious matter, and one that may wellcoine mi for careful consider ation, not only by the worthies of the Council, but by all conccirned, which means every resi dent, great or small.) First, one may ask, if anything is beiugdoue, or proposed to bo done, to obtain supply in case the ordinary supply fails — which is not all impossible ; for when I was at tho works some ten days since, there scorned very little water over the pipe heads, very little iu tho bed, aud whnt there was did not. impress mo as possessin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

ESTABLISHED 1857. Letteks ajju Telugkams Eeckive Pnoxrra Attention at Eithkii Establishment. 1 Telei'hoi-e — Nos. 726 Sydney, 0 Noui'Ji Sjuoee, 5 Bamiaik. Undertakers and Funeral Furnishers. SYDNEY: BALMAIN: PETERSHAM: ST. LEONARDS : 799 CVkokok-St. '238 Darmxg-St. Patace & Wakdeli, Sts. Waivkeb-St. (Opposite Railway). (Near Oddfellows' Hall). (Bight at Railway Station). (next E.S. and A.C. Bunk. State and Eoforin Funerals conducted in the most respectable manner and at moderate charges. Cedar, Oak, or other Polished Wood_ and Leaden Coffins at Shortest Notice. AVreaths, Crosses, and every other 1'uneral Requisite Memorial Cards n. f- sociality (Printed us required). J. PAUL, GENERAL CARRIER, Etc. ? Araus for Hire by tho Day or Hour. Furniture Removed with Care. MACQUARIE-STREET, PARRAMATTA J0HI3' TAYLOR, /'I ENEEAL LICENSED AUCTIONEER. REAL PROPERTY SALE ROOMS : CHURCH-STREET. ? Established 1855. ? G. H0EW0OD, AOAC H B U I L D E R, E T CHURCH-STREET NORTH, PARRAMATTA. Every...

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PENDANT HILLS QUARRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

PENNANT HILLS QUxMtEV.. « hlJ ,?' -V- Mlh™- °.£ ««''l's, has receive.! the lollowmjj. couinmuication. from Mr. V, iamell M.P ;— 'Departmeut of Lands, 10th JNovember.— Interring to your coinniuuiaatioa oi the 13th instant, asking whether the royalty upon the motul taken from the Pennant Hilk Qiiam- has boon reduced ? from Is T-or ciih;,-. yara to (id I have the honor to inform yon. that from the last report foth November, 1888\ fmm t teCmuberiand lUn^ov, it appuaVai.at Mr. Maher has been permitlod to remove a. further quantity of metal at Is pur cubic yard royalty; but no report of fctoue huvinjj k'on removed at a less royalty has been received - il.OuiiBY, tor Under is'o.cru'-ary.'

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