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The Parramatta District Hospital. AN [?]ATE CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

The Parramatta District Hospital. AN ] UATE COIUiESPOiSlJKNT, 'A FoiofKi; Subscriber' thus writes to the ' Orunvillu Express' :—' I read with some interest, your iirt-iclu on the Heed of assistance f o tlio local hospital, and could not help thinliii,. your appeal would not have been so earnest had you known or given thought to the way (hiii'-s aro managed in connection with the institution. It i.s notorious that matters are nuidilV-u, t.i use a mild term, and ll'.wt; i.\\. dozen's who like my soJC will not .subscribe a penny, or work in any way lor the institution until there is 11 clmii'o iN'ot content with the old system, the committee some time since appointed a paid collector—not p;iid by commission, mark you, but wit.h 11 fixed salaiy. How much has he collected I I know that 11 1 one has waited ou dozens I could men tion, and the collector- i.s iu 'another situation mm receiving wiiges. Tills is only 01111 of' a score of ?vfo.ys'in which the cfilr.rie w-hioli runs the hospital...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Granville Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

Granville Boror.gh Council. Tun usual fortniiflilly nie'etiiij,' of the above Council was held in the Council' Chambers on 'Vednesday even ing last. I'resent : His 'Worship the Mayor, Alderman C.'Umvinfin the elmir), Alde.men lilimwood, Ho-s, Vorsylh, Fewstcr. Uitchie and Mai'shull. 'I'li'c minutes of the previous meeting were read and eonllnned. The I'innncc Committee's report, recommending; the payment of accounts amounting in all to .Clot las Id, was adopted. The following correspondence was read and dealt with as under i— t'rom A. Annslrouu. in refinrd to ISlaxcell-strect, Imdirc, statiiw Hint, the contract had been exceeded under social instructions from the lioronu'li Purveyor, byaddilionsto the plan, and that 'no reduction of'l he amount Idaiiilcd would be accepted. An immediate settlement, was requested.— Received. Tho. Jlayor and Alderman Fcwster remarked that they wore on file riyht, side, us, acciirdin!.' In speciilcalion,' (he contractor was required to siuli lo the slml...

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Fruitgrowers' Union of N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

Fruitgrowers' Union of N.S.W. The monthly mooting of the council of the Fruitgrowers' Union was held at the Assembly Hall on Saturday afternoon. Mr. C. B. Cairnes, vico president, occupied tho chair and there wore ulso present Messrs. Uosers, Tamsett, Hockloy, J. Franks. Luke, Stiome, Gibbs, Cox, Lovoll, a. Franks, Hammer, E. Whita kor (Secretary), and Tnckwoll. Mr. Tamsett wished to draw attention to tho .n\ji. imiu uno uuuiiJi. iiiuui nua UciiiLT lllilJUrtCCl ;o them by every shipment of apples that nr ?ivod from California. Mr. McKcown, a pro ninent fruit dealer, had informed him that he lad witnessed the unloading of the last ship nent and Wren the hatches were removed ;housanus of moths flow out of the hole, in 'act the air was alive with them . The chairman corroborated these statements, fie had seen a Chinaman carrying baskets through tho streets, filled with diseased apples, i matter that would bo dealt with later on. The secretary read tho following report : — SliCKETABY'S ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

THOMPSON & EORSYTH, MKMIUiUS Ob1 'illM TUNING EX (JUANOK, S 11 A K V, .1! It O K IS K H, r,:\ KiNT('t iHTRKK'i.' AliCADK SYDNKY. rjnTnTuOSKini.L HANI), rarramatta i. Under the Onnduetorship of Mr. William Walters (late conductor of Cumberland Rand), is now open for Engagement. Winner of first pmu lit thu late contest. J. UltOGDEX, Hon. Treasurer. -''?UUJEKS, Hon. Sec, Wr. Ll-- ?'?*?? I'tirriuiwttiii MarsJeu and lluuler street.., ? - .. ESTABLISHED 1857. Letters and Telegrams Eeoeive Prompt Attention at Either Establisiimem Telephone— Nos. 726 Sydney, 9 Noiitu Shore, 5 Balmain. Undertakers and Funeral Furnishers. SYDNEY: BALMAIN: 709 G-eohgk-St. '238 Dakljng-St. (Opposite Kailway). (Near Oddfellows' Hall). PETERSHAM : Palace & Wakduij/ Sts. (Right at Railway Station). ST. LEONARDS: Walkkr-St. (next E.S. and A.C. Bank. State and Reform Funerals conducted in the most respectable manner and tit moderate charges. Cedar, Oak, or other Polished Wood id Leaden Coffins at Sho...

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Eradication of Phylloxera. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

Eradication of Phylloxera. A DurirrATiON from the Phylloxera lioard waited upon sir Henry l'arkes 011 1'rid-ry, lo ask for authority to proceed with the work of eradicating phylloxera from tho colon)-. On tho deputation wore Sir. J. A. Wilkinson, ac tiug-chairmau of tlio .Hoard, .Dr. SMCiiy, and :itr. Ferguson. It was stated that the '.Board had discovered lb' vineyards havim; Ihe phyl loxera disease. Twelve of these were iu the CiHiuleu district, three at Toongubbie, and one at Seven mils. Tlicy could lint! no more. Their work had now been stopped, as they re iniired power to destroy the vineyards. As next month was the time tho female insect took to wing, tho sooner tho disease was des troyed the better it would be for the country. Sir Henry Pnrkes said an order should be sent to tho .Hoard giving them tho power they asked for. in the matter of granting compen sation, the board should take into consideration the fact that the vines had already been des troyed. The vines having bee...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Auburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

Auburn. The Good Temi-iahs.— The local 1. dge of Templars, the K.pe of Auburn, have changed t!ieir night of meeting, and now use the large room at Lea's Temperance Hotel. 'J ho present officers are— C.T., Sis. A.Taylor: V.T.,Bro. J. Lambeth; P.C.T., Bro.E.N. Taylor; See., Bro. G. Bennett ; F.S., Sis. Bums ; Treasurer, Bro. Wright; C, Sis Morris; M., Bro. Flood; DM., Sis. Reynault; G.,Bro. Hums; Q l-t.i^ finvinii. A *? *l.n u'rinL-W IM/xif IT, C1' m, Tuesday night there were many visitors, the usual vote of thanks being responded to by members of the Balmoral United Lodge, Rook wood ; Cosmopolitan, Potts' Hill ; Happy Thought, Parramatta ; Home of Peace, Gran villo ; Light on the Hill, Bankstown ; and the General HavelockTent of I euhabites. Next Tuesday there is to be an official visit from the Cumberland Convention. BunoLAiiiKS.- — Burglarious visits of a scme what impudently daring character w ei'O paid to two dwellings on Auburn Rd. between sun down on Monday and Tuesday morning,...

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THE GRANVILLE CRICKET DISPUTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

THE GRANVILLE ClUCKET DISPUTE. TO THE EDITOR OF TUB CUMBERLAND AROUS. Sir,— lie disqualification of E. Bennett in Granvillo C. C. I wish you would correct' 'what appeared in your paper, that I ontered a pro test against him, which is not true. I only asked the committee's ruling on Rule 2 as to him being a senior or junior. I distinctly re fused to enter protest against G.C.C. — Tours etc., M. BUCKLEY, Sec. True Blue C.C. [Our correspondent appears in tho role of a clumsy hair-splitter. AVo would like to ask him what was his motive in seeking tho C. C. C. A. c mmittec's ruling as to whether Ileuiiott was a senior or junior? AVas it done as an act of kindness to the Granvillo Club, or did Mr. Buckley really intend to take advan tage of the possibility of tho committee sus taining his suspicion as to the eligibility of Bennett? He only asked tho committee's ruling '. But was not it tantamount to a pro test?' And when tho committee decided that the match should be commenced again with ...

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Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

Agricultural and Horticultural. By 'Wjsstmead.' Bad Loctic— Tlio ?Premier holds that the phylloxera, having already attacked and dos ?? troyecl oortain vines, tho owners thereof cannot r expect to 1)0 compensated. If this view of the - case he maintained, the most important pro vision of tho Vine Diseases Act will become a dead letter, thus rendering the whole measure „- ,,,,-mtorv. except for mischief. This new read ing of the conipen Riition clauses of the Act -, raiders united action on the part of all the iy .-fruitgrowers of tho colony more than over I necessary and urgent. ? 1 Small Fuuit.— Tho majority of the fruit ? this Christmas will probably be of inferior grade, as regards she, owing to the late rain not i having come a month or so earlier ; but it is likely onough to be of excellent Jlaeonr all tho same. Of course, it's size that the public look for ; but often onough, when they get what thoy want iu that lino, they secure along with it not a little insipidity of flavou...

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Prospect and Sherwood Council and its Doings. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

Prospect and Sherwood Council and its Doings. TO THE KlllTOB OF TUB CtfJIDEBLAXD AliGUS. Sib, — The ratepayers oi rrospcot and Sher wood, if alive to their interests, should lose no time in taking steps to call upon their repre sentatives in tho Council to explain. It is said the probable estimate for rates is about .£1000 a year, but only CGOO can bo collected. Out of this there is CSU a year for tho Council Cleric and .t'150 i'or the Overseer of AVorks, exclusive of sundries, which leaves about £100 for repairs, etc., for about 00 miles of streets. The Council borrowed CoOOO, and are they ex pending it judiciously? To show what kind of financiers they are— they lodge their money iu the bank at fixed deposit aud receive I per cent., and work on an overdraft for which they pay 7 per cent., thus paying ii per cent, for their own money. The special audit business requires explaining. A .€25 fee for examining books with a moderate income does not speak well for the Finance Committee, a...

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FERRIS TROPHY CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

FERRIS TEOPHV CONTESTS. Rosehill v. Galatea. — This match was com menced on True Blue wicket, Clyde. AVliiteford who captained the Galateas, won the toss and went to the wickets. Their batting was done by Kennedy and Whiteford, both of whom played good innings. For Kosehill, Thomp son 13, Miller 54, Wesley 45, and Wioklmm 11, batted best. Scores :? — . Galatea. Halmarick, b Wesley O W. Halniarick, b Shep Kcmiedv, c Pickering b herd ? 2 Miller ? 28 Card, c Miller b Ljing Howlett, b Wesley ... 4 don ? 2 W. Whiteford, h.o.w. b Christie, b Laugdon ... 2 Miller ? IS Whiteford, not out ... (t J. H.ilmarick, h.o.w. b Sundries, ? 0 Wesley ? 1 Rutherford, b Miller ... 1 Total ? 01 Rosehill. Wharf, b Rutherford... 7 lett ? 0 Thompson, b Blither- Pickering, hit wicket b ford ? 13 Howlett ? 0 Shepherd, c Kennedy b Wickliam, c Christie b Rutherford ? 0 Howlett ? 11 Miller, c Whiteford b Laugdon, run out ... 0 Howlctt ? 51 Bragg, not out ? II Weslcv, c Whitcfoid b Sundries, ? 15 Howlctt ? 15 — Bo...

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CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP CONTESTS. Hornsby v. Albion. — Tim second round of tho Aiigus Cup was started on Coates wicket on Saturday. The Albions won the toss and sent their opponen's in to bat. Hornsby totalled G7 ; C. Osborn21was the only one to reach double figures. Tho Albions started badly, as 5 wickets wore down for 21 runs, but Egaus and Jones made a sorvi jeable stand, bringing the score irp to 02 when thus was called. Egans 32 not out, Jones 17 not out. Egans and Griioriii bowled in great form all through the innings, securing G wickets for 3G and 4 for 30 respectively. AVall did good work with tho ball for Hornsby, taking -1 wickets. Scores : — Hornsby 1st innings. O. Osborn, c Egans b Crai^g, c Kgnns b Gucrin ? 3 Gucriu ? 1 Foster, c Gucrin b 13. Osborn, b Guoriu ... li Egans ? 3 Wall, cGarlk-k b Egans 7 C. Osborn, b Gucrin ... 21 Jolmstone.cBrotherson Wild. cGuerinb Egans fl b Ejraris ? 4 W. Dully, c Ciarlick b A. Duffy, not out ... 4 Egans'. ? S Sundries, ? 1 Fuller, c Sprow...

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Religious Services for Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

Religious Services for Sunday. Cnimcit of Exgiaxd. — St. John's, Parra matta, S and 11: ;S Fower Service (Archdeacon Gunthor) 7.1.3 (Bishop of Bathurst.) Sherwood, 7.1-) : (Rev. E. Hnrirravo). Harris Park, :S and 7. IS (Rev. H. Yate). All Saints', Par ramatta, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Rev. J. Done); St. Mark's, Granville, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Rev. D. E. Evans .Jones) ; Christ Church, Guild ford, S.llOp.in. (.Rev. D. E.Evans Jones), St. Lukes' Mission Room, Parramatta North, 3 o'clock. (Sunday School). Wksley.vn Cituiicii. — Macquarie-streot, 1 1 a.m. aud 7 p.m. (Rev. P. J. Stephen); Baulkhani Hills, 3and7 p.m. (Mr. P. J Stephen); Liverpool and Granvillo circuit : Liverpool, 1 1 a.m. 7 p.m. (Rev. J. Scott) ; Grauville, U a.m. and 7 p.m. (Student) ; Smithficld, 3. IS pm. (Student), 7 p.m. (Mr. A. E. Donnisoii) : Ingleburn, 3 p m. (Mr. J. Scott) ; Fairfield, 3 p.m. (Mr. K.Donuisoii): Holroyd, 3 (Mr. A. E. Deunison). Ryde plan not, to hand. PltKSBYTKltlAX CllUliOlI. ? PuiTillliattn, 1 1 a.m. ...

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PARRAMATTA ROWING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

PvRRAMATTA ROWING CLUIi. A meeting of tho Purramattii Rowing Club was hel.l ou Thursday evening. The following entries were received for the handicap to be rowed from rhc Kerosene Wharf to tho boat shed next Friday and Saturday fora handsome trophy presented by the captain, Mr AV. J. Ferris :— J. Tunks, P. Allen, A. Davey, H. R. Barry, P. O'Brien, P. Drewett, A. Tunics, and T. '1 unlcs. Tho advisablcness of p irehnsing two club tlciffs, and a racing skiffi was approved of.

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Carlingford. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

Carlingford. Thus a correspondent in the ' Herald' : — With reference to the suburban trains ou the above lino, I have a good knowledge of tho district from Rydo to Carlingford aud Horusby, and the inconveniences the residents and travelling public are at present suffering under as regards the high fares and rates, also the insufficient train accommodation as compared with those on tho other suburban lines. Con sidering that this is a large and important fruitgrowing district from which large quan tities are forwarded to the city independent of their general supplies, and that tho Govern ment have sold large quantities of land iu the district, I think they should offer every facility to those who open up the country and cultivate the soil, as thay have quite enough to contend against at present with the drought, diseases, ku., audit is not the way to encourage settlement in a. now suburb. Surely this state of things has been already tolerated too long and ic is high time that some a...

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ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. Mr. Rowley has issued the Christmas pro gramme of the Rosehill Racing Club, for a meeting to be held on the 22nd and 21th inst. There are five events for each day, as follows : —First Day: River Handicap of 100 sovs., G furlongs; Hurdle Race of 100 sovs., 2 miles aud a furlong ; Nursery Handicap of 100 sovs., 5 furlongs; Auction Plate of 100 sovs., I mile; December Handicap of 100 sovs., 1} mile. Second Day : Grauville Stakes of 100 sovs., (i.V furlongs; Disposal Stakes of 100 sovs.. 7 fur longs ; Santa Claus Handicap of 100 sovs., \] mile and 100 yards ; Steeplechase of 100 sovs., aiout 2i- miles; and Welter Handicap, of 100 sovs., lmilc. The nominations close with the secretary, Mr . G. B. Kowlcy, on Monday next, 10th instant; the weights are promised for the 17th instant; aud one sov. covers the whole liability for each race. Following were the results of tho various events at the Rosehill R-icing Club's meeting ou Saturday last :? — Granville Stakes, Esper ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

JOB PRINTING EXECUTED NEATLY, CHEAPLY, KXPKIHTIOUSLY at Tin: ori'ici: or Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE, PHILLIP STREET, PAURAMATTA. 'JVITASONIC HALL, PARRAMATTA. THE ' COLLEEN BAWN.' COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT tendered by tho committee to MR. JOtlN HESFORD, MONDAY, 17th DECEMBER. Doors open at 7. 15, poi formauanco to commence at 8 o'clock sharp. ? Licdortafel Orchestra. Prices of Admission — 3s, '2s, and Is. N. E. A. NEALE, Hon. Sec. AB A Z A A R for the purpose of obtaining funds TO PURCHASE A PIANO FOR THE GIRL'S DEPARTMENT OF THE SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL, PARR.VMATl'A SOUTH, will be held in the TOAVN HALL on FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 7th and 8th DECEMBER. All stallholders and assistants in FANCY DRESS. Grand March and opening ceremony on Friday at 3. .'!(). p.m. At 8 p.m. Grand March to bo followed by Cinderella, performed by the girls attending the school; and afterwards 'Lochiol's Warn ing ' will be recited in character, by Messrs. Mills and Coogan. On Saturday the Grand Mar...

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The County Members at Work. A PARK FOR CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

Tlie County Members at Work. A PAliK FOR CANLEY VALE. Department, of Public Instruction, Sydney, ?2St,h November, 1SS8. Sir,— I am directed to acquaint you that your letter, dated 23rd in stant, applying on behalf of tho residents of Canley Vale and district, for the dedication of two reserves of Church and school lands for Public I 'arks, is under consideration, aud that a further communication respecting it will bo addressed to you as soon as a decision in the matter has been arrival at.— I have, etc., G. Mir.u-:it. for Under Secretary.— To F. Farnell, Esq., M.I'.

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Parramatta Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

Parramatta Borough Council. Tin: regular mooting of tlio Parrainatta Borough Council -was held on Wednesday oven ing. 'Present: Alderman Bournes (who was voted to the chair,) and Aldermen Dixon, Brodie, Ferris, Bellow, Cox, Moxham, Ticrnau, and. Brew. The Lighting Committee brought tip the following report . — Town Hull, Piiiramatlu, ?rth Xovomucr, 1&S& The T.ishtins Committee lmvotlie liouor to inform the Council tliuylmve bikeu into consideration the folloiv inir resolution rtfon-cil to them fov report at a general ineetiiiB holil on tho 2.1th Juno last, viz., '? Tliat in the opinion of the Council it is desimble that iininediato ilens shoulil bo taken to remedy the defective state of street lisjhtinfT within this borough. With Unit object in view, would recommend that the Lighting Commit tee be hereby authorised to take whatever steps they may deem necessary to enable them to lay before this Council by report full particulars of a suitable scheme for economically ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 8 December 1888

? ? ? ? , , . ? ? ? t - v : : — - s Christmas*, -Christmas. Christmas,, New Year* New Year, New Year.--'! Important to Heads of Families and the Public Generally. J/-SK BssaBSSBDWVBOT m«OT«™mra«^™Bi5mom** Has much pleasure in calling attention to his present stock of ENGLISH AND COLONIAL BOOTS and SHOES, in P~ 'ty m W 110: ^Jll P I 11% J ^ ^1 ^ -\.§® fir-J? Ladies' Gents.', and Children's, which will be found on inspection to be CHEAPER and BETTER VALUE than can 'bo II y !!]$ |1| I3?! M if r| \'j ^1 If' ^ ^i f^ a purchased at any other Establishment in PARRAMAT i1 A. Having his own Factory in First-class Working Order, his Xbs^ EsSsi Esakj ESsa y3 esI^Eiigii ^^^ eJsa \a caSki b&mh^b Essaba las' facilities are greater for manufacturing a -THOROUGH GOOD ARTICLE, as xit is well known that JOHN HUNTER'S Boots, have become a Household Word : Wherever you go. The Advertiser would therefore ask Jill THOSE WHO HAVE NOT YET TRIED HIS BOOTS, TO DO SO, as they will save money by Purcha...

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Canley Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

Canley Vale. TiiKmmtlily meeting of tho L'anli-y Vale Pru^n^.s A.s.-wialiiin was held on Monday evening at the resident of Mr. T. Lcnnanl. .Mr. T. Wormald, the President, occupied the chair. Correspondence was lead from Messrs. J.Noblwnnd K. L-'arnell, Ms.L.A., with rc forenuotn the reserves at Cniiloyand St. John's Turks: also from the .Municipal Council of Liverpool ; asking that a sketch of the proposed municipality of Cnnlov Vale and Cabramatta be forwarded to them. ' The correspondence was ordered to be ivivivi-d, and tho secretary was instructed to write to the Liverpool Council, giving them full particulars and sketch as de sired. Reports: Fivm I ho deputation ap poinu.il to wait, upon the -Minister for Lands to request that the reserves iu the district be de dicated as Public Parks. From the deputation iippuiutcd to interview Jlr. Eddy, Commiss ner for Railways, regarding railway griev mices. From Messrs. Slimson and Hughes, auditors for tho past half year. The reports wore ...

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