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C.E.T.S., ST. JOHN'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
C.E.T.S., ST. JOHN'S. The regular monthly meeting in connection with St. John's C.E.T.S. took place last Mon day evening, July 1st. A very enjoyable time was spent, and the meeting passed off success fully. The Ten. Archdeacon Gunther occupied the chair, and delivered a short opening ad dress. The following items were rendered : — Pianoforte solo, Miss Bauutord ; song, Master Claughton; musical trio (violin, cornet, and piano), Messrs. Leabeater and Mating and Miss logue, members ; recitation, Master Gowing ; song, Mr. Byrnes ; duet (violin and piano), Messrs. Finlayson and Button ; dnet (piano forte), Misses Camper ; song, Mr. T. Champion ; recitation, Mr. Haddon ; pianoforte solo, Miss Bennett. Mr. J. Donktn was to the fore with an exhibition of club-Bwinging to a musical ac companiment played by Miss Brogden (piano and Mr. Leabeater (cornet). Miss Bennett kindly acted as accompanist. The Bev. B. Book gave a short address on total abstinence, which was full of good advice and exho...
LIBERTY PLAINS HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
LIBERTY PLAINS HORTICUL TURAL SOCIETY, The monthly meeting of the Liberty Plains Horticultural Society was held in the Congre gational school-room, on Thursday evening; Mr. if. McLeod (vice-president) in the chair. There was a fairly satisfactory attendance, among those present being Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thomas, Alderman Ilopor (Auburn). Alder men Corbett and Garthwaito, Messrs. Ritchie, Dnrt, Baty, Burrows (9), Swinlifld, Arthur, unit other well-known members. Mr. 1). Hum ble tabled a collection of vegetables. Mr. McLeod showed some p&nsies, and Mr. Bur rows a small stand of anUrryhinunis. An in terresting p*ner on vegetable growing, prepared by Mr. D. liurable, «*.« read by Mr. William Thomas. The paper dcwlt wry succinctly with the production of vegetables — soils manures, rotation of crops, vc Alucnuan Roper, Mr. Wm. Thomas (secretairl. and the chairman spoke highly of the TaW of the information imparted. Alderman Roper, in cuglogistic ttnus. moved ft vote of thanks, which w...
The Willis Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
The Willis Mystery. In connection with the sudden disap pearance of Mr. A. Willis, the son of a very old and respected family in this district (and which ciroumstanco was reported m the Feee Pbess a few days ago), there is very little more light to be thrown on the subject. We have it on fairly good authority, however, that n mn,n Annwarinp A. Willis1 descrirjtion was seen a few days ago on the Glades ville bridge by the man in charge of the ' turn-stile.' This piece of information was imparted to the police by the man in question ; but the former are loth to think that Willis contemplated suicide. The man was 39 years of age : and his parents have offered a substantial re ward for his recovery. It might be mentioned that in connection therewith searoh parties are daily scouring the district; and it is fervently hoped that their efforts will soon be rewarded.
DUNDAS The Orchards. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
DUNDAS The Orchards. The orchards in this and the im mediate district have suffered through the dry season; and the orange and mandarin (main crops) are, in con sequence, quite unremunerative to the growers — so miserably small and parched do they appear. One venerable fruitgrower says that the present crop bottoms the record. Rain is badly wan tod.
Hooping Cough. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
Hooping Cough. [By Ustt.] Though phlegm ma; be coughed np by a hooping cough patient, it is not a symptom or sign of hooping cough. In hooping cough it is usual (or nothing to be coughed up, and for fits of coughing to come on just as if there were great quantities of matter to come up. A cross word or anything that annoys or. irritates will bring on a kind of coughing. One coughing in a room may start another just as one laughing may start another. The cause of hooping cough is a strong and irregular concentration of nerve foroe upon the nerves of the throat. This causes a corres ponding weakened nervous action elsewhere. This explains why strong-willed children have it worse than weaker-willed, and why adults have it worse than children. This explanation of the disease also points ont the principles that must guide successful treatment. Avoid all harsh and irritating treatment. Draw off nervous action from the throat by stimulating it elsewhere. Just before a kink of hooping cough...
THE FIRST CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
The Fiebt Chakqk. The chief witness giving evidence in the ' Phillips' ' case, deposed that on the 19th of August her house was broken into. She missed two clocks, one dressing-case, one brooch, three or four*penknives, etc. ; a good deal had been taken out of the store-room. The dock before the Court resembled the one stolen from her house. She valued the property stolen at £3. The defendants had nothing to say. They were committed.
Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
Death. We have to record the .death (last week) of Mr. Smith, a one-time resident ot this district, but latterly residing at Smithfield.. The deoeased was uncle of Alderman Johnston, and through1 mar rugs i near relative oi tne Bpurway families here, who showed their respeot to the departed by attending the funeral on Saturday'lasli.,'; ; . . Additions to the North Auburn pnbUo school are to be effected during the next tew weeks. Tendsre are already invited.; V
A Charitable Effort. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
A Charitable Effort. The local constable (Mr. B. Yates) has taken in hand a philanthropio matter. His effort is connected with that on behalf of the ragged and orphan less children of Sydney; and the sub eoription-card used is of a novel des oription. In one of its illustrations is shown, piotonsJly, the character of the destitution and desolation of the poor little city waif. The constable had a very buBy time collecting the.;' bo-bees ' on Saturday, at the football match, and succeeded fairly well. It should be mentioned that the list closes on the lfeth instant. . '
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
Football. Carlingford met and defeated the Huntleigh F.C. at Carlingford on Saturday last by 29 points to nil. Tries were obtained by W. Williamson (4), A. Allen (1), L. Bellamy (1), H. Bel lamy (1), J. Mobbs (1) and E. William son (1). Several of the Huntleighs played well to avert defeat.
A Letter from "Fair Play." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
A Letter from 'Fair Play.' A letter is to hand, evidently from a sympathiser with Carlingford football. ' Fair Play,' the writer, takes a course we do not care to encourage, in seeking to fight a sporting battle in public ; but if he had sent along his card we might have inserted the more reasonable por tions of his letter, since that letter pur ports to be a reply to someone who has already ' had his say.' Still, if ' Fair Play ' will be advised by us he'll be content with downing his opponents on the proper convincing ground, the field of play.
ST. JOHN'S COTTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
ST. JOHN'S COTTAGE. On Wednesday, 38th Jane, an entertainment was given Jn' the Town Hall, Parramatta, in fund \ Bev.R. Book in 'the chair; 'The attend anoe was notlanje. Attaint the ladle* and \mi gea«emen who asststedduring the evening *ere Mlsws Henderson, Saundere, D. and E. fmHtt, A. Walkn. DoyleTwine,' Johnstone, gffi^ JSUey, Jhonson «), Eaton, Fairdongh, ggggWMgn, and MosSy, ana Messrs. Mai: iiKlfMhuon; *rondlpekV ,0'Hhea,SIie»ton, IBM Brodie.iMi^G.^aE: WfflBB&gfVnia, CUttghtooi Matters, Hew Pg^|^-. ;JMesst»7tes^-: and ; BurHtt
A DANGEROUS CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
A DANGEROUS CROSSING. The cube crossing at the intersection of Daroy and Church streets, Parramatta, is be coming extremely dangerous owing to tho wearing away of the roadway immediately adjacent. There have of late been severe! narrow escapes from casualties with vehicles ; and on Monday morning a young man named Quinn received a nasty spill from his horse through bis animal's hoofs slipping on the irregular roadway. The rider was very badly shaken, and narrowly escaped with his life. Before the Council is cost in heavy damages something should be done to preclude the pos sibility of further accident.
LANTERN VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
LANTERN VIEWS. The Rev. R. Book gave an interesting lecture on India at the George-street Asylum for In firm and Destitute on Friday night. Mr. W. Noller (Mayor of Prospect and Sherwood) with his well-known zeal, undertook the task of illustrating the lecture with lime-light views. The old men enjoyed the entertainment pro vided : and gave three hearty cheers for the Bev. R. Book and Mr. Noller, at the close of the lecture.
THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT GLADESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT GLADESVILLE. Mr. J. C. Woore, J.P., City Coroner, held an inquest on Saturday at the Balmain Cottage Hospital, touching the death of Charles M'Niool Jarvis, who died in that institution on the previous day from injuries received on the Gladesville-road on Thursday. From the evi dence it appears that the deceased, who was about 56 years of age, and was a married man with six children, residing at Drnmmoyne, was in company with Mr. Archibald Howie, of 447 Darling-street, West Balmain,' riding along the Gladesville-road, and when opposite the Gl&des- ville Hospital for Insane endeavoured to pass the near side of a cart belonging to Messrs. Lambert Brothers, undertakers, of Gladesville, when he collided with the shaft, the result being that the shaft entered Mr. Jarvis's thigh and unhorsed him. Dr. Graham stated that deceased had lost a considerable quantity of blood, and this, together with shock to the system, was the cause of death. The jury re turned a ...
FIELD OF MARS TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895
FIELD OF MARS TRAMWAY. Mr. E. B. Price, late examiner of public works, gave further evidence before the Public Works Committee on Saturday last, with re spect to the proposed Field of Mars tramway. If there was any connection afforded to the Field of Mars, said Mr. Price, it should be by way of Woolwich. The all land route would be so long that it would not provide the means of communication that the purchasers of land in the locality were led at the time of the pur chase to expect. Mr. Price was asked whether a line might not be advantageously taken either up Lane Cove or on the other side, by Tartan Creek. He did not think so, owing to the nature of the approaches.