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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
I ' THE I CUMBERLAND ARGUS | AND j FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE | IS PUBLISHED i EVERY SATURDAY MORNING 1 AND I DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS I 0F * PARRAMATTA AND SURROUNDING | DISTRICT. | ? I s. d. f Subscription, per quarter, in ndvancs 2 0 i- Do. booked .. ..23 I Single copy ? ° 2 1 Teems of Advertisixo : | s. d. i Three lines ? * ? -J 1 Six lines ? 19 ;? Oneiuoh ? ?? 2 0 Each additional inch . . . . 2 0 Births, Marriages and Deaths (each) ? 10 Specim terms for advertisements ordered by the quarter. . Casual advertisements must be prepaid, ex cept in the case of firms or persons having running accounts -with us. Persons ordering advertisements on bcniut ot any club or society will be held personally re sponsible for the payment of same. Advertisements must state upon the lace oi them the number of times they are to be in Bcrted, otherwise they will be continued and charged for until countermanded. LITTLE & CO. September 24th, 1887. CHATFIELD & BROWN, T ICENSED SURVEYORS Speci...
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
Local Topics. We trust tlmt the men of Redforn will testify their disapprobation of such Jim-Grow unties as those Mr. AVeatheicock Sehey has been indulging in by declining to contiuuo to him their confidence. They gave him an opportu nity — and he has missed it. They should now let him slide. Such shifty fellows are better out of a Legislative Assembly than in it. There's a letter in another column, signed ' Kutepayer,' which is very full of very acid reflections upon Mr. Mayor Jones, of Prospect and Sherwood. 'We publish it because there is no doubt in our minds that Mr. Jones as good as 'asked for it' bv his recent behaviour in the MoMauis case. At the same time we take this opportunity to I ell 'Ratepayer' that he would have played a manlier part had ho signed his name to his communication, ftlr. Jones, any way, has the courage of his convictions. A fellow who would shoot, knowingly, at a carrier pigeon while out on duty would be capable of any meanness. Yet, sad to say, such sku...
THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15. MRS. CUNYNGHAME'S DISMISSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
THE FKUITOEOWBliS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15. MRS. CUNYNGHAME'S DIS MISSAL. Dismissal from the public sorvieo is ;i vory serious punishment. The I'iUi mieu 1ms stilted tliutho considers that Mrs. CuifYNGHAME'soilences, iutlio posi tion oJ! lnatron-supcriiitonclent of the Maajuario-streot Asylum, fully merited thnt penalty. If she actually committed all the several breaches of duty charged against lior, as wo supposo Sir Henry 1'aukks believes she did, sho certainly merited dismissal. So much we freely admit, liut with all respoct for tho Promier (who is occasionally vory credulous in tho matter of reports handed to him by persons whom ho favours — (cxle- his credulity as regards Mr. 1'jjuos's antecedents) we fail to see that tho charges mado against Mrs. Cuj-yxo.iiajie havo boon proved. Charges so sorious deserved a- trial by an impartial tribunal; and 'tis this we deny sho has had. Wo hold no brief for Mrs. Cuxyngicamk. ~\Ve would point out, however, that no civil servant is ...
SOME TESTIMONIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
SOME TESTIMONIALS. Archdeacon Gunther wrote to Mrs. Cunyng huino expressing his regret that she should bo suspended, and ho trusted tho suspension would soon bo removed. Ho said ho had known her over since she came to the asylum, and had always considered her attentive to hot duties and kind iu her treatment. Dr. Brown, wrote to tho sumo effect. Dr. Phillips also testified to Mrs. Cunynghame s kindness. In respect to tho charges made by Dr. Violetto and tho inspector, Mrs. Cunynghame has somo voluminous correspondence in re buttal, including letters from Dr. Phillips and tho supply contractors, Messrs. AV. Finlaysou, J. AV. Upton and J. E. Kelly. All of the con tractors plainly state that Mrs. Cunynghamo carefully scrutinised tho supplies, and Mr. J. E. Kelly gives his endorsement for a period of over li years.
FERRIS TROPHY MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
FERJilS T110PHV jrATOir. Rosehill v. Galatea.— Continued from last Saturday. Galatea went to the wickets for their second innings, but only succeeded in putting together 05 runs, ?- above tlio number required to save a one-innings defeat. Their jattiug was done by AVhiteford and 1 ] nlmariek, vho scored 28 each, Hiitherford and I'uckriilgo loing the rest. ]-osohill then went to tlio wic cets, and put on the two runs without tho loss if a wicket, which left them the winners by 10 vickets. Scores :— Quintal. tallnarick, b Wesley n W. Halmuielc, b Shcp Cennedv, c PiolccriiiK b herd ? 2 Miller ? ... 2S Caul, c IMiller b l.an:; lowletl.b Wesley ... 1 dim ? '... i iV. Wliileford, h.ij.w. b Christie, 1. l,a.e.'don ... 2 Miller ? 18 Whitelord, not out ... 11 1. llalmarick, b.o.w. b Sundries ? 1; Wesley ? 1 ilulhelTol-il, 1) Miller... 1 Total ? 01 llosebill. Wharf, l.Hulherl'ord... 7 h-lt ? 0 1'hompson, b Kullu.-r- riukiirinu, hit wiclicl b ford ? l:l Ilowlell ? I) Shepherd, u Ki-imeilyb Wie...
The Dismissal of Mrs. Cunynghame. SOME FURTHER PARTICULARS. IN THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
The Dismissal of Mrs. Cunyng hame. SOME FU.HTIIF.il PARTICCLAUS. JX THE ASSEMBLY. Ox Tuesday iu the Assembly. Mr. Frank l-'tu-nell stated: 1 wish to ask the Colonial Sec retary a question respecting the dismissal of Mrs. Cunynghame. late superintendent of the Macquario-street Asylum, ].'arrainatta; but before doing so, 1 should .like to read a para, graph which appeared iu a local newspaper (the Ci'tiii:i:i.AXD Alan's) ; — Tln- ni'M i.f tin- M.MM.'iisi.m of Mis. I'unviivliiiini: Ciiia;.' wjili ii »hwk of suipri-.' on tin. rommiimty, siuir (intli.Milimum'oi iii'iiiiyiwrsi.iKwrflqiiillilliKl'tujiiilw' t!»- Ims! ciiiuliii-tnl Hi' tin- Stiiti' u.svliim-. Uimimirli iis i! Ikii Mrs. l.'s. j.uiiH'iwioiii'ilcw'iliu' t.i Hiiti' l»-iiw smytliiiiK ivully wiini',' in her iiiliriini-v ??:?.', ..:' tin }I:ii'.|ii:irif-.-tii'i't Asylum, tlmn to tin- fi. : .?: ii-v rc iM-ii-tiw tliiit ? tain Mijuilios ' sh'm'lil ti.'\,: ::,,u,i quality lliiiuimi- nK.i Ims it Ilial fur m.iiic immtlis lust Mrs. C. li...
Sports and Games. CUMBERLAND AND ARGUS CUP CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
Sports and Games. CUMBERLAND ARl.JUrf CUP CONTESTS. Auburn v True liluo.— Continued on Satur day last, and resulted iu 11 win for tho ' loveliest villagers ' by an innings and 23:i, runs. Scores : — True Mho 1st inmu;;s. Campbell, b Lambeth... a H»mn.-U. b Miller ... (1 Newberrv, b Miller ... I) Milehell, b Lambeth ... 11 W. Campbell, b Miller T Peaty, not out ? i! Simpson, b Miller ... 0 Siumiicis ? :l (jliliiiid, 1. Miller ... 0 — HincK. 0, h Miller ... 1 Total ? 22 Hih-Uov, --, b Lambeth (! Bowl'in-,- Analysis :— Miller, Sti balls, -j wickets, I runs ; Lambeth, 21 balls, :i wickets, 8 runs. Auburn 1st innings. C. Ha-yesJiGrhuod ... fl Parker, b Ncwberry ... 0 l-'enlcii. b Weir ... I Litmbelh.b Campbell... 2 Miller, b Campbell ...10:) Mimtovii. filp., b Camp M. Haves, e, b Camp- bell ? 11 bell ' ? :i:i Lif,'htfool,,bCiimpbell... 2 Kverott, not out ...II') Sundries ? 22 W. Hiiyes,b Newbcrry AJ — Convoy, b W. Campbell 11 Total ? aim Howling Analvsis :~Weir, 7S balls, 1 wicket, (in r...
Midsummer Vacation. ST. JOHN'S JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
Midsummer Vacation. ST. JOHN'S JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL. The midsummer vacation was commenced at St. John's Grammar School at noon on Wed nesday, when prior to that groat joy of tho boys' 'hearts, ' breaking- up,' taking place, tho prizes wou during the past year were distribu ted by tho Arou, Archdeacon Gunther, Presi dent of tho Council, in tho presence of a large number of ladies, the Rov. D'Aroy Irvine, Rov. David Evans- Jones, Mr. Thorpe, Mr. Hawkins, and other gentlemen. After prayer by tho Rov. D'Aroy Irvine, apologies were received for the absence of Rov. G. Maoarthur, Dr. AVoolls, Uov. Mr. Kenimiss, and Mr. C. AV. Lloyd. Mr. D-ilmns, the head master, said ho ro gretted to say that during the past year ho had to contend against tho same tlu-eo difficulties as he had met in previous years ; first the want of reguhu and punctual atten dance on the pnrt of somo of tho boys, secondly shameful neglect of homework, and thiidly too much holiday keeping. He would, therefore, again take...
TUESDAY, 11th DECEMBER. (Before Messrs. E. Mason, G. Pile, and W. H. Wesley, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
Tuesday, 11th Dkcejihki!. (Before Messrs. E. Mason, G. Pile, and W. II. Wcsloy, Js.P.) Alice Brown, S2, brought up for drunken ness in Granville, was discharged ; Mr. Wick ham promising to sec that she was admitted into tho Newiugton Asylum.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 10. (Before Messrs. G. T. Hunt, T. Whitworth, J. W. Foster and G. Coates, sen., Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
Monday, DKcraniEit 10. (Before Messrs. G. T. Hunt, J. Whitworth, J. W. Foster and G. Conies, sen., Js.P.) James Kennedy was fined 10s or -IS hours for drunkenness. Stephen Gordon pleaded guilty to using obscene language outside the Royal Exchange Hotel. Granville, on Saturday night, and was fined 10s or IS hours. Robert Gray was fined 20s or 7 days for a similar ofl'onco. Daniel Williams was charged by Patrick Hayes, Inspector of Hackney carriages within tho Borough of ParrainatU, with a breach of the 02nd By-law, to wit, being at such a dis tance from his licensed vehicle on the 2-tth November, as to have no proper control over his horse. ' Constable Miller stated that on the date iu question he saw defondaut standing under tho verandah at Roberts' Hotel, Church stree', while his horse and cab were on the cab stand, on the opposite of the street. Constable Lewis gave corroborative evidence. For the defence, John Minor, licensed cab, h-iver, stated that defendant stabled his horses ...
Prospect and Sherwood. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
Prospect and Sherwood. TO TUB EDITOR OP THE CUJU1E1U.AXD AltUUS. Sir,— Miiym-.loncssooiiis tnlmvc-liail ralliurabad lime of it aftcr'TOiding your ai-lk-lc ,in the suspension of tho c-lflk. Ho.socmslofmwet Unit us n public 1111111 ho is ninuuuliic to imblic criticism. Wlicil lie siiys Hint Ilic four .-ikici-mcu who viileu with him iliil so solely from what they hwml ut ilio iiid-tiiif?, I nm ant no one will Mievc him tlmt knows imytliiiijj about the uffnir. Would anyone ljut.Miiyor .Tones luivc liml (lie imdndlv focumpuri! himself to Juiljius Sti-phcii, Win-tin, nail Din-Icy. Ho is one oftho very Aalipodics of those koii tlomeii, us iilivouu can testify who 1ms seen i.i.s coiulnd. in (he i-Imlv. 'His Vl-foromv- In Iliiwo who voted iipiinst him is sullioicnt proul. Hisiissoi-tion (lint 1111 iildovm-in lmwkral round tlio petition is wholly untrue. Ho .seems to think tlmt because 11 mini bus been mayor or alder man ho forfeits bi.s right us n KiU-puycr to' petition the Council. The stat...
Sad Fatality at Granville. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
Sad Fatality at Granville. A simuxciioly accident, terminating in the death of a bright, light fellow, aged C years and 0 mouths, named Alfred Charles Tuokwcll, son of John Richard Tuckwell, Sydney Road, Grauvillo, occurred in the Gninville' railway yards, ou Sunday afternoon, when tho little victim of childish exhubcrance and fearlessness, was crushed so severelj- beneath tho wheols of a railway waggon wheel, 011 which ho was pliiving with some companions, that he died shortly afterwards. At an inquest held on Monday afternoon at Stone's Vauxhall hotel, G-Y..nville, before Mr. ,T. E. Bowdcn. district Coroner, the fallowing evidence was adduced : — Milton liichards, aged 10, stated that ou Sun day afternoon deceased, his brother, John and witness were inside the railway fence at Gran ville, where the spare waggon whcelsare stacked. Thero wore somo wheels and axles standing on a siding. The three of them got on an axle and pushed it uphill, and let it run back again. John Tuckwell an...
Mrs. Cunynghame's Dismissal. THE CHARGES MADE AND REPLIES THERETO. SOME FLAT CONTRADICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
Mrs. Ounynghame's Dismissal. THIS CHARGES MADE AND REPLIES THERETO. SOME FLAT CONTRADICTIONS. Tirn dismissal of Mrs. Cunynghamo from the position which, for the last fourteen years, she has occupied at the Macqunrio-.stroot Asylum, Parramatta, is a matter that deserves more than 11 passing m.tiou. In 187j Mrs. Ciinyng haiue, then Miss Gibson, was sent to lu'co charge of a hospital for erysipelas patients, which a year later tho Government thought fit to open as an asylum for infirm and destitute. On the 1st of August last, Mr. Sydney Max ted was appointed director of all ohnrii able insti tutions in the colonv. and with tho usual char act eristics of anew br. 0111, seemed to have at once started to make some re-arrangement in tho management of all establishments placed under his charge. This attention seamed to have been particularly directed to the Mncquario siroot Asylum, for almost daily telegrams re lating to'a desired change in (he management were received up to the i(l;h of Oc...
Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
Agricultural and Horticultural. . By ' 'Westjieajj.' Tub Microscope.— Snpposo you lmvo ehonon vniir mioroao .110 and liavo commenced to uu Sic it, you will probably find tho tube and the stiind detached ; tho eye-glasses, or tlio single oyo-irlass, in-ranged in tho case, mid the ''1 object 'lasses put by into little brass bc.xos. .'?? You tako out tho stand and place it on your tublo. f-'omo microscopes have 11 mil case, capable of holding- the instrument ready for use with tho tubo attached to tho stand, (should ' vmu-3 not be thus arranged, you will ^crcw on the tubo. But wit on tho object-glass hrst, choosing tho 0110' with tho lowest power as easiest t.) start with. 1 it be not already in position, place tho eye-glass at the upper end of- tho tube. Next arrange tor throwing the ii.'ht on the object— that is a groat and import ant part of tho microscopist's craft. 1 ou can not carry the small objects you wish to examine close to the lamp to examine their surfaces, or hold them be...
Carlingford. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
Carlingford. AVk have had some soaking showers, which set the creeks running, filled up the watcrholes, and gave fresh supply to tho wells, besides doing a lot of good to tho orchards. Tho fruitgrow ers are now busy picking the early apricots, poaches and plums. Mr. George Ray has about the finest plot of grape vines 1 have seen this season. They show for a good crop of grapes. Tub railway tares have been reduced to a moie satisfactory scale, which will be the means of increasing the passenger traffic. In the mutter of taking soil off the roads, many think they have a right to take the top soil oil' tho road, but I doubt it. In many cases not so much objection would be raised to their taking the soil if they afterwards left it in a decent state, but not the way somo persons do ? — viz., leaving stumpholes, heaps of big roots, hills and hollows which are bad enough in tho daytime ; and at night a person stands a chance of breaking his neck. I think the Jloast they could do would be t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
Christmas* Christmas. Christmas* New Year* New Year. New Year, |- Iinportant to Heads of Families and the Public Generally. Smmi^®iis^E!F&mr-r^cEZ3ms& csrssp^ Has mucl1 Pleasure iu caUing attention to his present stock of ENGLISH AND COLONIAL BOOTS and SHOES, in ll Pi ItVI H Iri^O^ P-Jj^ Ladies' Gents.', and Children's, which will be found on inspection to bo CHEAPEE and BETTEE VALUE than can be H 1 1 wl 1 IP* ? P rIb purchased at any other Establishment in PAEEAMATTA. Having his own Factory in First-class Working Order, his _ ? ^SS^ taisa v3 e&i beI&ec^I ceUss w facilities are greater for manufacturing a THOEOITGH GOOD AETICLE, as it is well known that JOHN HUNTER'S Boots have become ? a ' Household Word Wherever you go. The Advertiser would therefore ask all THOSE WHO HAVE NOT YET TEIED HIS BOOTS, TO DO SO, as they will save money by Purchasing Articles which will give satisfaction. [HH* Remember, all Goods marked in plain figures at Sydney Prices, ...
Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
Social. Mn. and Mrs. S. J. Pearson returned to Parramatta some days ago, after a tour over tho continent, and through theold country, ex tending over a period of two years and eight months. The principal cities of the continent, including Paris, Vienna, Florence, Naples, and Mont Blanc were visited ; two trips wore made to Scotland, and a short one t.i Wales. Ireland was travelled through from North to South, and it was intended to make a run through England, when Mrs Pearson had the misfortune to slip on the stairs at the Metro politan Railway Hotel, at Kings Cross, and break her leg- This accident happened just as they were preparing to return to 1 he colonies, after tho'r English tour and was so serious that Mrs Pearson was completely prostrated for twelve mouths, and even now, though completely restored to bodily health, she is only able to move about with the assistance of crutches. Prior to tho accident, which happened ou tho 25th October, '87, a trip was taken to tho North Ca...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 December 1888
BIRTH. STAPLETON.— December 2nd, 1888, at her residence, Fennell-street, Parramatta, the wife of R. J. Stapleton, of a son. FUNERAL. &nbsp; THE Friends of MRS. J. BUTTON are respectfully invited to attend the &nbsp; Funeral of her late beloved Father THIS (SATURDAY) FORENOON, to move from Dixon-street, Parramatta, at 11 o'clock, for St. John's Cemetery.