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ALLEGED STONE THROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

ALLEGED STONE.THBOWING. A strange stone-throwing matter is reported from Boundary-street, Parramatta South. Some days ago, Mrs. E. Brooks had occasion to report to the police the loss of some fruit, and since that time she and members of her family have been subjected to endless annoy ance and danger— stones being thrown con tinually at night, into her premises. Although an idea exists as to the source of the annoy ance, up to the time of our writing it had ueen xouna unpossioie to eaten the actual offender. No less than five constables were atone time secreted in the locality, it is said ? but still the offenders baffled detection. If the facts are as reported, everyone will be glad, doubtless, to learn of the early punishment of the persons responsible for the serious incon venience to which the lady mentioned has been subjected.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL CUMBERLAND MILDURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND v. MILDURA. This week Mr. C. B. Cnimes received the following telegram with reference to Ibe ap proaching fruit exhibition in Victoria: — 'Citrus Mr. 7th August: Town Hall. Mel bourne. Get growers exhibit. — W. H. Taylor.1'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN BANKRUPTCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

IN BANKRUPTCY. A meeting and public examination in con nection with the estate of W. D. Fuis\ of Harris Park (labourer), are set down for the 22nd July, at Parramatta.

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

Lecture. A lecture was delivered in the School of Arts, on Thursday, June 20th, by Mr. McKay (lecturer on Agriculture to the Technical College), on ' Gardening for Home Supplies.' There were about fifty persons present, mostly farmers, and as the lecturer gave some very valuable information there can be no doubt the audience will profit by it. — Another lecture is shortly to be given by Alderman Davis (Woollahra) on 'A trip through Europe and America,' which will be illustrated by lime-light views. Both lectures were arranged by the School of Arts Com mittee.

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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

School of Arts. The School of Arts presents a very cosy appearance these cold nights. A large fire is kept burning and there is generally a number of residents present. Draughts and chess are the favourite games with some, while others spend the evening reading. The library con tains about 400 volumes, comprising all kinds of literature ; and various maps have also been hung round the walls. All the newspapers are there, too ; so that anyone who likes may spend his evenings enjoyably and profitably. Under the management of Mr. Page (the secretary) the School of Arts is in a flourishing condition, although only about four months old ; and an effort is shortly to be made to provide more books.

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Frost and Ice. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

Frost and Ice. The frost was very severe hist Tues day and Wednesday ; and it was nearly noon before the last traces of it disap peared. Pye's creek was frozen iu many places ; and the ice was nearly ah inch thick.

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ILLNESS OF THE MAYOR OF PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

DLLXESS OF THE MAYOR OF PARRAMATTA. Mr. C- J. Byrnes, Mayor of Parnun«tu. n; seized on Monday afternoon with artother att&ck of the compbunt from which he suffered so severely a few months ago. He was unahlt to attend the Council meeting in the ereninf: : but later in the week recovered sufficiently to be able to transact business as usual.

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Sabbath-breaking. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

Sabbath-breaking. Several sportsmen have been out this way shooting for the last few Sundays. Our folks consider that it is about time some steps were taken to put a stop to this Sabbath-breaking. The offenders come oat with their guns tied up in a bundle, but once in the bush they care not whether 'tis Sunday or any other day ; but shoot to their heart's con tent. v

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

The Old Australian Grocery House, 1 W. GATES, J GEORGE 'STREET (Near Church Street), ? {.Established in 1863], J Continues to Supply the Very Best Values in Choice TBAS, M FEH8H BOASTBD COFFEES, and General Groceries. fl *t = - gfl With regard to TEA, a proper knowledge otT!ea Values and Tea Blending JH cannot be gained in the short time may be supposed from the number of 7a Dabblers in that particular article who have recently sprung into existence. (iiH Having had OVEE A QUAETER OF A CENTUBY'S PEACTICE IN /'? TEA BLENDING, I venture to ask A TRTATj of my various Blends and / fl other TEAS at prices within the reach of all at from -/9, 1/-, and upwards. ' JH Some of the leading Brands of PACKET TEAS are kept in Stock. / ^H Fresh-made BUTTER from the very best Creameries received daily. ^M MAIZE, BBAN, POLLABD, OATS, CHAFF, WHEAT, HAY, STEAW M and best Brands of KEEOSENE at LOWEST PRICES. 1 /T)Jh IS' Customers Waited on for Orders Weekly. Vs I Wa.ltep : Gates, | ? GROCER. ? 4 GEORGE...

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

Cumberland Vine Diseases Board. . A speoial meeting of the Cumberland Vine Diseases Board was held at Granville on Saturday last, when Mr. W. Stimson, J.P., wedded. Mr. John Kidd, p-mimi»n of the lOeeting held at Oampbelltown .recently, wrote:— 'In aocordanoe with the request of JMfOamJbelltown, on the l*t June, of which meeting you were dnly notified, I beg to inform ypVihat the following resolutions wore passed : JinS^n the opinion 'of this meeting of vine jrinrers, the Cumberland Vine Diseases Board iks failed to carry out the provisions of the Pine Diseases Act. '3. That the Vine Diseases S^dofthe Cumberland vine distriiit having ailed 'to.oarry out 'the provisions of the Tine Dfs&ses *» ?oM89B,:«na taytog tailed to iho* oanse to ths'satisfaction of this meeting iIiinegrowOTwhy-Biiohooanilhbiild Bot be ?absoTSa.fteMidbofrfbeana iS(herebj dis aolvM,. W, ihe.leatirf the.Jwyetftl members, re»srB;Btimsoi;Wt^Howard,:Beoihans and «bjJr»ai* Jie^;»T^oaS^a kept In RHP! v^JxOT,Dnl...

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CARLINGFORD Cricket. CARLINGFORD CRICKET CLUB. AVERAGE FOR SEASON 1894-95. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

GABUNGF0BD Cricket. OABXINOFORD CRICKET CLUB. Avzaion Ton Seuon 1894-96. The annnml meeting of the Cuiingford C.C. was held on Tuesday evening last when the reports and the following averages were sub mitted:— Bimxo. i 1 N»me. & « g S I = I S SP g £ H S5 K ?- R. Williamson . . 2f. 502 9 105- 352 A. Grime .. 19 343 3 92 21-7 W. Mobbs . . 23 832 4 Cl 17-9 L. Bellamy .. 1C 201 2 49 14-5 J. B. Mobbs . . 22 2C9 1 64 1217 R.Eyles .. 17 105 1 41' 10-5 O. Mobbs .. 14 1.43 0 S3 9.9 H. Franks ..13 77 2 22 7 W.Kennedy ..7 30 1 27 6 A. Marshall ..10 03 8 20 4-11 A. Catt . . 10 36 2 12 4-3 J. A. Mobbs ..6 27 0 81 4-3 S. Mobbs ..4 16 0 10 4 E.Allen .. 12 40 1 19 37 A. Mobbs ..6 14 2 6* 8-2 D. Mobbs ..10 24 2 6 3 M. Shields ..6 10 0 4 14 'Signifies not out. The renort for the vear 1891-5 showed that 28 matches had been played, 11 ot which were won, 7 lost and 10 drawn. In the matches played, 2C1S runs were scored for the loss of 204 wickets, an average of 12 runs per wicket, while 2976 run...

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W.C.T.U., Parramatta. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

W.C.T.U., Parramatta. ANNIVEESAEY MEETING. The seventh anniversary of the Par ramatta branch of the Women's Chris tian Temperance Union was celebrated on Tuesday last by a tea and public meeting ? the former being held in the Congregational School Hall, and the latter in the Church adjoining. A very large company Bat down to a well-laid tea at about 6 p.m, provided by the local branch ; the tables being under the care of the toliowing mem bers :— Mesdames W. Bums, S. Mur phy, Jackson, Davis, Morgan, Hol land, Willis, and Jones, Miss Goodin, Miss McLaren, Miss Wilkinson, Miss Wilson, Miss Champion, and Miss Moodip. At 7.80 the public meeting was com menced in the Church, Miss Goodin, president of the local branch, occupying the chair, and the rostrum boing nicely decorated with pot-pknts, etc. The Union's blue banner was conspicuously displayed on the left. On the platform were various leading members of the Union, together with Revs. H. Gaintord, J. Straughen, and E. Price, and Mr. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

? ? ; ? : ? : ? : ? , ~~' ,1 Sir Gee's Complete Fertilisers and Natural Manures. FOE FABM, OEOHARD AND GARDEN. JUST PUBLISHED— A new and original TREATISE ON MANURES and their Economical Use ; with numerous valuable Illustrations, etc., etc. This Pamphlet with Beduced Price List, will be forwarded ; FREE on application by post or personally. A Further Big Reduction, March, 1805. Write or Oall at once for Price List. The Sydney Meat Preserving Company, Ltd., Rookwood ; or to Thorpe & Co., Macquarie-street, Parramatta, Brokers to the Company. N.B. — Send for abovePainphlet at once. Delays are sometimes dangerous and always unprofitable. In the meantime do not be imposed upon by apparently cheap but really dear imitations of GEE'S FERTILISERS. \ tS' Eggs are Eggs: THORPE'S Patent Poultry Food will double the production. Try it THORPE & 00., Macquarie St., Parramatta, or your Storekeeper. Late Advertisements. TO THE ELECTORS OF / oxaERBROOKE. / / Gentlemen, — W/ f 1/ |*X...

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

Ks WEDDING. On Wednesday, 8rd July, at St. Matbias' Church, Paddington, Miss Lizzie Giles, late teacher of the Castle Hill Public School, was married to Mr. Fred. Kaiser, of Bourke. The bride, who was given away bj her father, wore a dress of white China silk, trimmed with sUk lace and orange blossom, made walking length, and a white felt hat, with trimmings of white silk and feathers, and carried a shower bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. She was attended oy one ox ner sisters, wno actea m me capacity of bridesmaid, and who was dressed in electric blue, with white feather hat, and wore a gold bangle, the gilt of the bridegroom. After the ceremony, the party assembled at the residence of the bride's sister (Mrs. S. H. Cott&m) for the breakfast, after which Mr. an) Mrs. Kaiser departed, amidst a shower of rice, for 'the Mountains, where the honeymoon is to be spent. The bride's travelling dress was of navy serge, with Norfolk body and cape, lined with ruby liberty silk ; a...

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

THE FUNERAL. The funeral on Friday afternoon was of an imposing character, and the remains of the de ceased gentleman were accorded military honors. The Parramatta Lancers (in which half-squadron the deceased held tbe rank of Quartermaster-Sergeant) fell in at the railway station at 1.45 p.m. and marched down to the late residence of their comrade. His body was carried shoulder-high, by them, from the house and placed on a gun carriage, over which had been flune the Union Jack. From the house the coffin was taken to the Wesleyan Church, where a solemn service waB held ; the choir singing during the proceedings, the beautiful pathetic hymn 'Vital spark.' The gun carriage was followed by a firing party of sixteen of the Parramatta Infantry (in which company the deceased had in former years held the rank of Colour-Sergeant), and the Farramatta Lancers (with squads at the slow march, with arm6 reversed). Then followed the Masons and members of tbe Sons of Temperance, Druids, and other s...

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Parramatta School of Arts. FESTIVAL IN TOWN HALL. OPENED BY THE HON. J. GARRARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

ParramattaSohool of Arts. FESTIVAL IN TOWN HALL. OPENED BY THE HON. J. GAERARD. As an effort to reduce the debt at present on the Parramatta School of Arts, a. ' festival '—comprising an ex hibition, bazaar and evening musical and dramatic entertainments — was opened in the Parrarnatta Town Hall on Thursday afternoon by the Hon. Jacob Garrard, Minister for Public In struction. The enterprise, whicb. may be sately , set down as the event of the month in f Parramatta, was engineered by the i committee of tbe institution, assisted by I a ladies' committee. Mr. J. W. Hill, / the energetic secretary of the School of j Arts, acted also as secretary to the ' movement with his characteristic zeal and courtesy. The hall was occupied by some six SiaUS, Bob OUt WlbD pttlllHUMUUg rugttru to attractiveness, and were officered as follows: — Southern fide of the ball — Sweet Stall, Mrs. Jhonson, Misses .Thonson (2), and Miss Lane ; Produce and Flower Stall, Mrs. Hill, Miss Sol ling, Miss D. Cairne...

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

Vigilance Oommittee. The newly-formed vigilance com mittee held its first meeting on June 24. Mr. GaUard informed those present that he had forwarded the resolution passed at the late public meeeting to the Minister, who had re ,? !» ? J ' iT ? J ? J il ? i !-„ ...nnljl 1,,, puea ana mumBceu mat ub «umu ue glad to receive a deputation from Kenthurst for the purpose of discussing the ' Pest Bill.' It was accordingly decided that a deputation comprising Messrs. Edwards, Wrench, W. Gibbs, Stevens and GaUard should interview the Minister.

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Mr. Stranger's Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

Mr. .Stranger's Acoident. There is little doubt now. that Mr. Stranger will lose (he sight of his eye, whioh'wasinjurea last week by a lump of mortar 'falling .into. it. . He goes in to the doctor every day, bat the eye gets.no better. -'Much svmpathy is ex preseed with the Buflerer.— Misfortunes never come singly I The frost has done anany a pound's worth of damage to Mr. iStranger- pasmon trait vines,— -whioh are almost totally deatroyed.

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Rookwood Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 6 July 1895

Rookwpod Municipal ? : ? . ? The general meeting ot Rookwood Municipal , Council was held on Wednesday evening. Present: Aldermen Jay, Groves, Corbett, . ' Garlhwalte, Varley and Lidbury. Apologies {or ' non-attendance were received from the Mayor and Aid. Knox. Aid. Jay ni voted to the choir. IKCOMTKO CohIIESPOSDEKCE. Letter from Board of Health re expiry ot slaughter-house license.— Received. Letter from Committee, Dearin v. Davis, asking for subscriptions towards Aid. Davis's costs.— Deceived ; subscription list to lie on the table. 'Letter from Auburn Council ro proposed conference on the subject of proposed river bridge at Ncwinglon. — On the motion of Aid. Groves it was resolved that the letter be re ceived and lie on the table for consideration at « later period ot the evening. Letter from Jaa. Walker slating thnt he had already forwarded 3s ol the mtes to the amount of 8s applied for.— Received, and referred to Finance Committee. Letter from London Accident and Guarantee Com...

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

KENTflURST Political. Excitement over matters political has not yet reached a very high pitch amongst us ; nor is it likely to, the general opinion being that Mr. Garrard — with whom we haven't much fault — will have little difficulty in regaining liUC QUtilUlUUAC OdlL- 11V UDW v*-'«v Mr. Bladon will again be in the field, and that Sir. \V. A. Brodie is spoken of. The former has some supporters here, and if the Minister for Public Instruction was not a candidate, Mr. Bladon would perhaps poll as well as any other candidate at Kenthurst.

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