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

Hornsby. A st.vtu.mhnt that appeared in my report in reference to a robbery at Hornsby, was Unit, the robbery was committed at Martin liny Ion's hotei. I find that t was wrongly informed in tho matter, Tho victim is a local labourer named William Weston. Ho had on him .CIO, the resultof twelve months' hard work, and was fish inn it about iu a hotel, like a millionaire. Tho landlady wished to take care of it, but the offer was refused. Weston went home to his hut and peacefully slumbered. When ho roused himself in the 'morning he 'discovered his loss.' Much sympathy is felt for him, as ho is an honest, hard working man. The police have some little clue to the atl'air, and 1 wish them every success. 'I'm: late rain has done li. deal of good, and has had a wonderful effect on the medium and late summer fruit, All wells, tanks and dams an- full. Wo have had other evils to contend against be-ides tin; great drought. The enemy 1 allude to is the fruit pilferer, who visits our 'orchards at...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Catholic Bazaar and Art Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

The Catholic Bazaar and Art Union. The bazaar wliich will be opened at tho Town Hull, Parramatta, noxtFriday, by his 'Eminence Cardinal Moran, in aid of tho fund for clearing off the debt on the convent and schools attached to St. Psttrick's Church, Parramatta, promises to bo as great a success ns the one held two years ago, when the handsomo sum of £400 was cleared. When tho idea was mooted by the Right Rov. Monsignor Rigney, tho general committee were rather dubious about taking the matter up, but their doubts w«re soon sot at rest when tho Monsignor showed that he had promises of support from many unexpected quarters, and then one and all heartily entered into tho undertaking. Tho ladies of the parish — the real source of success — with their usual spirit of self-sacrifice, and lovo of tho noble object in view, generously tendered their time, taste, and money, .-nidhave been working toward* one goal, success, until the aniingements have been so far perfected that the object is mo...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Kellyville. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

Kellyville. Mil. John Stkaxgkk, our well-known plough man, and universally esteemed orehardist, met with a serious accident on Saturday last. Ho had just returned from Parramatta, and was riding round his farm, when his horse fell and rolled on bun, breaking ouo of his logs, and se verely bruisiiur him uitornally. When found Hametime after the accident, ho was unconscious, and when removed home it was feared that the result would be fatal. Dr. Waugh, who had been immediately sent for, arrived quickly, and did all ho possibly could for tho sufferer. Wearo glad to learn that Mr. Stranger is now progressing as well as can bo expected, and liope iu a few weeks to sec him about in his usual health.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Religious Services for Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

Religious Services for Sunday. Church of England. — St. John's, Parra matta, 11 a.m., 2. -15 and 7.15 p.m.; (Archdeacon Gunther) i Harris Park, 7.15 (Rev. G. D'Arcy Irvine). Sherwood, 7.15 (Rev. H. Tuto) ; Toongabbie, 3.15 (Archdeacon Guuther). All Saints', Parramatta, 1 1 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Rev. J. Done) ; St. Mark's. Granville, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Rev. D. E. E/ans Jones) ; Christ Church, Guildford, 3.30 p.m. (Rev. D. E. Evans Jones), St. Lukes' Mission Room, Parramatta North, 3 o'clock, (Sunday School). AVesleyan Ciiuitcn. — Macquarie-street, 1 1 a.m. aud 7 p.m. (Rov. P. J. Htophcu); BaulkhamHills, Sand 7 p.m. (Mr. P. J Stephen); Liverpool and Grauville circuit : Liverpool, 1 1 a.m. (Mr. A. lv. Kollot) 7 p.m, (Mr, A, Fletcher; Granville, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Rov. J. Scott) ; Smithfield, 3.15 p.m. (Rev. J. Scott); 7 p.m. (Mr. J. R. Chambers); Ingleburn, 3 p.m. (Mr. Canning) ; Holroyd, 3 p.m. (Mr. A. Fletcher). Ryde plan not to hand. 1'uiiSBYTKKiAX Cmritcu. — Parrauiatta, 1 1 a.m and 7...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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BLACKTOWN AND ROOKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

BLACKTOAVN AND ROOKAVOOD. Mil. John- Nouns, M. P., lias been informed that his representations in respect to a stand pipe at Pott's Hill aud 11 water supply for Blaoktown, will receive due attention.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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County Members at Work. BAULKHAM HILLS MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

County Members at Work. BAULKHAM HILLS MAILS. General Post Office, Sydney, 1 lth December, 1S81. Gentlemen, — Referring to my letter of the 12th ultimo, relative to the interview which tho deputation, iutroduced by you and Mr. Bnrdckiu, M.P., had with tho Postmaster General on tho 20th April last, aud to tho petition which you then presented from Messrs. E. S. Rouse, C. King, J. Driuumond, and other residents of Rouse Hill, &c, for a mail service twice a day between that place and Riverstone, in lieu of the now existing dailv mail from Parramatta, I am directed by tho Postmaster General to inform you that upon further consideration of tho matter it is found that the Department has no power to cancel a portion of Mr. AValsh's contract for the con veyauco of mails between Parram-itta and Rouse Hill as at first proposed, and it will therefore bo necessary to continue this service until the cxpimti ai of tho contract iu December, 1888! AVith a view however to afford addi tional ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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In Bankruptcy. THE ESTATE OF CYRUS EDGAR FULLER. FIRST PUBLIC EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

In Bankruptcy. THE ESTATE OF CYRUS EDGAR FULLER. FIRST PUBLIC EXAMINATION. The first public examination in the insolvent estate of Cyrus Edgar Fuller, of Parramatta and Sydney, took place iu the Bankruptcy Court, Sydney, on Wednesday last, before Mr. Justice Deffell. Considerable importance- attaches to tho bankrupt's estate, from tho extensive nature of his transactions. Tho statement of affairs it is said gives the following figures :— Liabilities.— Unsecured, £S1(58 0s 8u ; partly secured, £745 ; fully secured, £2:j,S01 los 7d. Total, .-C32,774 10s 3d. Assets.— Wearing apparel, £-15 ; surplus on mortgaged properties, £6008 4s 3d. Total, £6053 -Is yd. Cyrus Edgar Fuller, the insolvent, was ex amined bv His Honor, and stated, on oath : I look upon my affidavit, sworn on November 28 last, verifying my statement of affairs. I do not wish to ' correct anything- I then swore. It is true aud correct in every particular to tho to the best of my knowledge and belief. By tho official assig...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Current News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

Current News. The serious consecniences which may result from practical jokingweredisphiyedlastFriu'ay, when a lad named Isaac Taylor, in the employ of Mr, John Ryan, grocer of George-street sustained an injury which might have cost him his life. It appears he was taking some goods to his father's house, at Elizabeth l''arm, and ou entering the gate flicked his young brother, who was cutting grass with a sheep shears, jver the back, and on returning did the same. The little fellow retaliated, and in the same spirit of horse play, threw the shears at Isa.ao, without any intention of hitting him Un happily the sharp instrument struo'- the lad in the right thigh and inflicting a fearful wound. Medical attendance was procured as soon as possible, and tho unlucky lad taken back to his father's residence, and the wound stitched up. Had tho shears struck tho lad a few inches higher tho result would have been fatal. A man, who did not give his name look a boy to the Parramatta hospital ou S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

A MISCELLANEOUS ENTEKTAIN l\. MENT, under the auspices of tho lieui'go-stroot B-ind of Hope, will bo hold on TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18tli, in the BAPTIST CHUKCH. Entertainment to commence at 7.45. Admission Free. Collection at door. H. HAL.MARIOIC, Hon. Sec. A FEW TONS OF WIRE, Rusty, a JLJL reduced price. MURRAY BROS. ALLOTMENTS OF LAND. J\. FOR SALE. With Stone Foundations in Lansdowne-slreot. Also allotments in Dixou-stroet, on. liberal terms. Torrens Act. Five minutes walk from Railway ttation. Apply THOMAS DIXON, Purnumitbi South. BLACK FENCING, 6, 8, 10, White cross. ? MURR\Y BROS. 4~1OT I1 AGES to Lot in Fennell and Shor \J streets, Parramatta. Apply, Murray Bros., Parramatta. /^lATl'ANACH'S Disinfectant for Closet \J Pans, Cesspits, Drains, Stables, Dust boxes, Sick Rooms, and Hospitals. Agents, MURRAY BROS. /CARPETS made, laid, and relaid. Furni \y tnre repaired aud polished. MURRAY BROS. CUMBERLAND BUILDING LAND \J AND INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED. Tho Board are now prep...

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12. (Before Messrs. C. M'Crae, E. Ellison, and S. Goold, Js.P) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

Parramatta Petty Sessions. AVkdnksday, Dkcemukk 12. (Before Messrs. C. M'Cnio, K Ellison, and S. Goold, Js.P.) John Circiitrox was charged with obt.iininga clock from John Muling, jeweller. Church-si., Parramtitla, on the 27th March by moans of false pretences. John Milling stated that ac cused camo into his shop iu Church-street on the 27th March and asked for a good clock for Mrs. O'Reilly. He was given an eight day clock on the faith of his representations. 'Wil- liam Malinn1, son of last witness, identified ac cused as the sumo man. John Fisher Cripps stated that about tho date iu question, accused came to Ms hotel and offered two clocks for sale, which lie refused to either purchase or give him u drink on. At this stngo accused was remanded for a weelt for further evidence. Geor»e Pryor summoned Charles Collisson for using threatening language. Defendant, did not; appear and a warrant was ordered to be is Martha II o.d, wife of Thomas Hood, of Clyde complained that Catherine AV...

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Sports and Games. COATES A V. BRUSH FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

Sports and Games. COATHH A V. BRUSH FARM. Another report which we lmvo received o* this Aimsus Cup match contains llin following re marks : — 'This match promises to ho very close and interesting. Much unpleasantness wiw caused by the difficulty of gelling umpires and there were at least six changes during the afternoon. .Several extremely 'unsatisfactory decisions were given. Coates C.C. canmUiu that two of their best batsmen, viz., Dolman and Spears, were given out, iu error, while Brush Farm disputed Cult and Gallurd beiii' out. No doubt the several umpires who kindly gave their services for a while, did their best, but it would be very much nioro satisfactory to both clubs if tho committee would endeavour to got a couple of reliable umpires for tho re mainder of the match.' Iu reference to tho dissatisfaction in regard to the umpires' decisions, tho secretary of the Central Cumberland Cricket Association states ? that he wrote to several gentlemen seeking their services as umpir...

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Righted at Last. CHAPTER XXXVI Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

Eighted at Last. CHAPTER XXXVI Continued. As Madge quitted tlio vino-house, she was nwuro that Sam was medita tively rubbing his head with his enp, and sho heard him muttering : ' Ay, ajr, it wnsna tlio gernniiiums after a.' AVoi;!, wool, woel ; I daursay its natural.' Ho alway roturned to his nativo dialect when speakingfamiliarly, orwhonundor tho influonco of emotion whether of affection or rage. Tho wnsh-houso was a small erection jutting out from the back of the cottage, and thithor Madge hastened with agreo able news, which she believed was to mako two young people 'happy over after.' Tho door stood wido open as sho approached, but a mist of steam hid evoything within, and boiling water running all over the floor prevented Lor from entering. A figure appeared, in tho mist— stooped— grouped for some thing — and presently darted out, stum bling against Madge. ' Why, Pansy, what in the world is the matter ?' The girl was flushed and panting with excitement. ' I am so stupid to-day...

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Assault by Boys in Harris Park. IN THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

Assault by Boys in Harris Park. IN THE ASSEMBLY. Mr. AV. Ci.aivke, iu reply to Mr. Melville in the Assembly on AVodnesday, concerning tho alleged cruelty to tho boy Robert Adams, at Parramatta, road tho Attorney-General's opinion upon the matter, which in effect was that tho justices had full power iu cases of assault to dismiss tho complaint if they deemed the otfence not to have boon proved, or if they tound tho assault so trifling' as not to call for punishment. Upon either of these matters the justices wero the solo judges. Ho was not aware which of the views had been entertained. No further proceedings could bo successfully taken, because tho certificate of dismissal, which tho justices were bound to make out and deliver to tho defendants, was a bar to all pro ceedings, civil or criminal, for tho same cause . Mr. Melville said he wished to ask tho Minister if he would call upon tho magistrates to show cause why they should not bo removed, as tho decision was against all law and...

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

AQUATICS. _ The Brisbane champion sculling race resulted in a husco through die trickery of t-'oarle aud Matterson, who should havo been hooted off the river. Bench very properly declined to row agiuiiHt such characters, but unfortunately this enabled Mattel-son to draw £11)0, for he would never lmvo got third place hud Beach contested. Searle got .CflOO, and Kemp '.ssoct, 1st and 2nd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Undertakers. STATE'AND REFORM FUNERALS conducted in tlio most respectable manner and at Moderate Charges. Load, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shortest Notice. Wreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards a Speciality — print-oil as required. Church Street, Parramatta. . ICE! FRUIT! ICE CREAMS! GTj TIT WIT Q TJIRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, CHURCH-STREET, PARRAMATTA, V beffs to stnto Unit as Suminer is coming lie has a .SELECT STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND of tlio CHOICEST FRUITS OF THE SEASON. Tieing Solo Agent in ramunattu forN.S.W. Fresh Food nnd Ice Co., ho is in a position to supply Ice in Pnrrumatta in any quantity. C. R, TUNKS. A UCTIONEERS, LAND, ESTATE, AND LABOUR AGENTS, J\. OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE, CHURCH-STREET, PAHRAMATTA. . ORCHARDS & FARMS To Let or For Sale HOUSES AND COTTAGES FOR SALE ON THE EASIEST OF TEEMS. Cottages TO LET in all parts of the Town mid District. Loans effected on tho shortest notice, iggj' Minis and all info...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

THE TURF. The total entries for the Rosehill Christmas meeting re-ichod 21,-,, as follows :-First dav : luver Handicap, 38 ; Hurdle Race ?-:} ? '\Tur- scry Handicap, 18 : Auction Stakes, !) ? Dec ember Handicap, :«. Second day : Granvillo Makes, bG ; Disposal Stakes, 12; Santa Glaus Handicap, 2G ; Steeplechase, Id ; and AVolter Handicap, 3,'i. Tho PuwchUl Cluu are inviting applications for Secretary.

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Public School Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

Public School Bazaar. Til 1: openiir.' .scene of (lie Public School South bazaar in the Town Hall, on Friday afternoon, win indeed a biilliimt one. bul, that, at night was srorgooim in the extreme. The fifty girls, who, ranged on each side of the hall, met the visitors iu the afternoon, were mere girls, pretty and captivating ; but at nil-lit they wer'u f-iirios, ethcrealfzed, i-iitraucini, hedaxzlin f'10, ioo -beautiful fortho susceptible heart of the innocent bachelors, yonmr and old, v,-hii thronged the hall. Aflrr the grand nian-.h (out of which in our list of Friday last, we inadvi-r: - anlly oimnilted the names, of Missoa 33.-at.rica and Edith Mansell, flower girls, and Id:.. Tiernoy, La Masuollo), camutlie ever fn-'h and dcligbti'ul 'Gindeivll.1.' Dolly 3 fi-sford looked charming as the transporlcl princess : Mabel Carrol made a inostbem-ficiant fairy g,.d mother; Louie Davis, was a fascinating priiir;-, that every one forgave, the two cruel si:;i. rs Cnroline (Miss I. Cuinmi...

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UNFAIR REPORTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

UNFAIR R75POUTS. TO THK EDITOR 01' TJIK CUXllUKLASO A11QUS. Sn:,— With your kind per.iiis.sion I W(m],i m,,l-n „ i-,,w jrSt?; '«»l-if w'^imillj' !w 'diJti 'eful to LV.u''' nffoml l',V','f ' 'CM1' 'PI'™1'11. '»»l «'-l 'in L.u.110 Murcicti oyii to an even 'Tcater nvfnnf *iin« ni ? Briili* Farm (,„,„. two. of (he best bSiffd b ; 1,5; givm oiit elo.-irly m error. Tlimigl, ' Cricket™' el urns to be in, imimi-tml critic-, it is perfcctlv clpnr ])K'\entC(l nimnot'icin^lhosti decisions iimf «.„.„ ilfliw. Cliib 'oi ™' Tl '' ''y ''''I.™'10' wiUl thH Cuutos Z vour 'm,,'™'C\ ™S 'l 'ly llp'l0Sy !»'-'-£ uuu, m I;i'-t, that umpires wore ' roidlcil' tm --. nif^li wui.-YoiireVuilliiulls-, J Kl lc''' G.KO. COAXES Juu., Kon. Nee. Coiites C.C. V.M.-t iilsu noti ? li,, (1,,, ' Mcrau-v' an CNliu-l tl-im Hi,- - .«]-in-|iiu- l,jfP' uiviii- tin. htter's „„;,,;,, „ ,,e tlie c-lisribilily of Mcmc-H to ,,l,,y i,, oui coi.R.'n T ' { jmi'.-r Mumls alouo in its opinion, 11 ml the cuinniiiil-i' hitvp I he siti.sfa...

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

CK1CKKT. Conies Ji. v. Collingwood.— l-'or the third time this season, Coates H. deji-iively defeated Coilingwoodou yatunlayonl.be lat I.i-Vs ground. Coales B. made 01, 31.. Tanks, 11. Buylc-y, and liuimsb,-illing well. Culliugwood essaycd'lo top this, but found rilchcr and'AVatls too much fur them, and they were all out for 20. Jtodds 11 and line 10 scoring 21 out of tho total, i'il cher secured the grand average of 7 for 8, and Watts ;) for IS. AIoUis bowled most success fully for the losers. Scores : — dales 11 1st iimiiiu..-. rileher, b Sweeny ... 0 I'alcouer. b Duulop ... 11 H. Tuuks l.b.w., b .1 limns, nol out ? 13 Miiblw ? 2fl K. l'alon, b Mobbs ... 11 II. Bayley, ?-, bMobbs 12 Hiilmoi-, b Sweeny ... 2 Wntts.bMib'w ? 0 Sundries ? 7 W. Tunks, 1. Mobbs ... 11 - .Toi-lii-oun. b Mobbs... 7 Total ? 01 Bvrnes, c, b Mobbs ... II 'Hinvliiii; Analysis.-Mobbs, 7;wicke(s; S. Sweeny, 2 wicket j Dimlop', 1 wicket. Colliugwood 1st. iniiinuK. Dunloli, c, b rileher ;.. o Mobbs, nol out ? 0 D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888

CiuaiiuiniiANJj building land / AND INVESTMENT COMrANY. LIMITED. CAPITAL, .C100.000. Paul up capital, £20,000. Uncalled capital, £15,000. Rcverve fund, £?2000. Money received on Fixed Depusit at tlio fol lowing ltntcs : — For 12 months, 7 per cent per annum. (5 months, C per cent, per annum, And o per cent, at call. Savings Bunk BrtmcU. — Deposits of Quo Shilling and upwards received, and six (G) per cent, interest allowed on the Monthly Balance, and no notice required for withdrawals. JNO. JAS. MILLEK, Manager. Office— Masonic Hull Buildings, George-street rnilE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK X BANK. PARRAMATTA BRANCH. Paid up Capital .. .. £500,000 With power to increase to £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .. £310,000 Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at current .Mills discounted and advances made on ap proved security. Drafts issued on all the principal cities in the world. H. M. TODHUNTER, Manager.

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