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Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 13 July 1895

Weather. The weather is tbe same still ; no thing but dry and cold. It is, as the saying goes, no weather at all. I agree with Seven Hills that we must have offended the weather cleric very seriously, that he still leaves ns out of his chart. We often see the clouds; but tbey pass us by.

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOONGABBIE. Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 13 July 1895

TOONGABBIE. Entertainment. On Thursday, 11th July, at 7.80 p.m. in St. Mary's School Hall, the members and friends of the Band of Mercy gave a service of song, entitled ' Bob, the Shoe Black.' Mr. Boberts, of Sydney, kindly gave the connective readings. Mrs. Jones kindly rendered i aid to make the musical parts at tractive, deserves the hearty thanks of all.

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RYDE ELECTORATE. MR. F. FARNELL ADDRESSES HIS CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 13 July 1895

tTOQBsmrc. MB. F. FABNELL ADDRESSES! HIS CONSTITUENTS. Mr. Famell addressed his constitu ents at Beecroft on Tuesday evening ; Mr. C. 0. Tucker in the chair. Mr. Famell dwelt at length on the actions of the present Government, and stated that, although he had not been included in the Ministry, tbe time would come wnen ne wouia oe occupying a higher position than that of their mem ber alone. He advocated land taxation, and dealt with the reforms which the Ministry had desired to initiate. He was not in favour of the increase ol Mr. Eddy's salary. A largely-attended meeting was held at Mr. Bay's, Carlingford, on Wednes day evening ; Mr. T. G. Dole occupying the chair. Mr. Farnell said that the Government were not afraid to Ute the country, and be felt sure that the bold stand they had taken would be thoroughly approved by the electors. The Beid Ministry had honestly attempted to pass much-needed measures of reform. He advocated a policy ot railway construction into the interior, so th...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 13 July 1895

Reli^ou8. &c. Bakmbt oonobegation,— central HALL — Chprflh-etreet (next Fawley'a Store), yOn WEDNESDAY, 17th JULY, at 7.45 p.m. - A liECTURE, entitled, ' Bound abont .the Aitar ol Hymen — HomooroiiB, Historical, & o„ Will be given by Bev, I. 0. WMON, o! Auburn. - . : yj J ?// ' ' : : No jGhiige br Collection. ' / w//t; V j O H « X B/ gy# . . BEXT SUNDAY, : fT, ? y/Sfaecfol Mario Morning and Evening. / TfB. A. AIiEXANDER will Preach at thti Sjlj 'Javgn^ Hall, on SUNDAY KVENiM}, ooUeotian. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 13 July 1895

Late Advertisements, j ? ? ? ? j Town h a l l, PABBAMATTA. ./Tuesday evening next— y f// JULY 16th. MA First Appearance of the World-renowned^ and Popular Actress, / MAGGIE MOORE, Supported by the THEATRE BOYAL DRAMATIC COMPANY. POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY. When will be presented for the First Time in Parramatta the most popular Drama ever placed on the Australian Stage — ' STRUCK OIL,' In which MAGGIE MOORE will appear in her inimitable and altogether remarkable imperson ation of ' LIZZIE STOFEL,' NEXT TUESDAY EVENING. Popular Prices — 8s, 2s, and Is. ? Manager, Mr. J. E. MOORE. Mr. EDWIN GEACH, Advance Representative. JUST RECEIVED/ Ex. R.M.S. VALETTA. THE WORLD'S RENOWNED LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS 'K' & SHOES. 4^'- i THEY SrEAK FOR THEMSELVES. ? / \ The BEST and CHEAPEST Assortment of ! Children's, Ladies'1 and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes always kept at H. R. BARRY'S Orr. POST OFFICE, PARRAMATTA. Wanted, T o Let, &c. fTDONE DUST. BONE DUSTy S2j/ £very Desc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 13 July 1895

glf Gee's Complete Fertilisers and Natural Hanures. J FOR FARM, ORCHARD AND GARDBK 1 JUST PUBLISHED — A new and original TREATISE ON MANURES and their Economical Use; with numerous valuable Illustrations, etc,, etc. This Pamphlet with Reduced Price List) will be forwarded; ^jgH| FREE on application by post or personally. A Further Big Reduction, March, 1896. Write or Call at once for Price List. | The Sydney Meat Preserving Company, Ltd., Bookwood ; or to Thorpe & Co., Macquarie-street, Parramatta, Brokers to the Company. N.B. — Send for above Pjimj-hlet 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^^^^^^B ps- Eggs are Eggs. THORPE'S Patent Poultry Pood will double the production. Try it. THORP-El & 00., Macquarie St., Parramatta, or your Storekeeper. Election Notices, &c. 0 THE ELECTORS OF SHERBROOKE. / , Gentlemen, — 8^. * The extrao...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CASTLE HILL. The Muse. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 13 July 1895

CA8TLBHILL Bgfc/'. Iho Huse. muse of & venerable, but, per : ' ^credited ' politician seems g^-0'fcive flitted to tbe lovely Tillage of || Caitfie Hill; for a local bard has lixf. broken out, to the following effect — fj# h -? THE NIGHT HAWKS. Tbe night hawk* that we read about, In th» days ol Buffalo Bill ; Are not a patch upon the low : 1 Nlgrt hawks of CasUe Hill. 1 am certain that no decent man Would mil tip with the throng, For the poor, Afflicted, and tbe old, Are those tbej practice on, ??\\ It ta at a certain rendezvous ;? ' Ob tbe slope of yonder hill, ?/ ' Of smoking, swearing, cards, and gloves, Bach night they have their flU. Bat it oar local police mas Cud trap them In tbe den ; The gentle folks of Castle Hill, Will know the night hawks then.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMITHFIELD. Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 13 July 1895

8MITHFIELD r- Concert. A concert under tbe auBpiccs of the Good Templars was given in the Town 3 Hall, on Tuesday. The Misses Critch V ley opened the entertainment with a pianoforte duet, ' Good Luck Gallop,' which was played in good style. ' . -' White Wings ' was given by Mr. Hirers Lloyd, and ' A ViBion' by Miss r;'- P. Critchley was well rendered. Mr. i7 r\ E. Vallance sang 'The Garonne,' . Miss Farey, 'Au Bevoir; bat not . Good-bye,' as an encore the lady rave 'I was .dreaming.' Mr. W. Brown recited ' Louis Napoleon,' and Miss Jackson sang ' Vanity.' Mr. E. Herfords gave ' The Boyal Fusiliers ' ; Mi as F. Herfords, ' Dublin Bay ' ; and Mr. Evans, ' I've worked eight hours tiiis day.' The second part of the entertainment was commenced with a pianoforte solo by Mr. Edwards. Miss Jackson sang ' Love's old sweet song.' Mr. Cooper gave a parody on ' Home , sweet home, and ' A Jolly Irishman.' V ' Miss Edwards played a violin solo and J, was cheered to the echo. Mr. Bivers Lloyd cont...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Riding Party. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 13 July 1895

m:.- Biding Party. kin Friday evening, the following |:|ri0ids— Mioses Jackson, Bold, B. ^Ajihe, Herford, Hurley, and Farey, and 'jjjtejthBtiasA. Anthcmy, Morgan, Jarvis, ?.®J,Anih6ny, Edgar Herford, G. Hurley, P^jUis,7.AiiSony, and E. Hurley, gi'jfapiawBr to invitations to a driving sent by Mr. and Mrs. Farey, as l.l-Mmbledat the cross walls of Liverpool I igfeilid Smithfield, mounted on their Arab ^^ptiieds, and proceeded in the direction IIIPlS'-Faiifield ; thence to Liverpool, riding |||;throngh the main street eight abreast. IgjjWhs residents thought the cavalry were SgfcTfe ntt The party returned via Warwick ft(^E1imn to Lonsaowne Bridge, where a ^'.'-noiister bonfirew&B made, and refresh P meats were partaken of. Games were b then idnlged in till midnight, when all §L remounted ; they arrived home at 2 it ub with the prominent parts of their IkvJwh frostbitten.

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Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 13 July 1895

£ Accident. m: ? Mr. Fair, our Council Clerk, I find, p^sas nad a little unpleasant experience piouuection with a runaway. On Satur 'heleft his pony and cart standing, |p«aa ; chorUy - alter entering the Council |I|jQbiiniben he heard a peculiar nose, Whfiacb., to Ms surprise and sorrow was SSpSs . turnout going at top speed along fiS^Btejioiad, whilst Mr. Fair was simply ||piiy&teil to the spot. Nothing further ffilftpMned beyond the trap being |||g|ugjhe3 a little and the horse lamed.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Disappointment. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 13 July 1895

|p|;f Disappointment. Rjaok Cotton was advertised to jaSmTlt aspeech on Single Tax in the fraS^jVale Town HsU on Saturday. ! ^^K^^^P^iiltswlled vp, onl^^o find

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THORNLEIGH. The First Band of Hope Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 13 July 1895

THORHLEiaH. The ITirsfc Band of Hope Oonoert. The programme at the Band ofHope oonoert on tbe 1st inst. was as follows: — Chairman's address; song, 'Wear the blue,' company; solo, ' Don't go near the bar-room,' Miss Mair Bartho ; reoUatum, 'Do the ri^it,' George Lamkin; solo, 'Call them in,' Miss Ada Petitt ; song, ' Mow, don't you know,' by the little ones; recitation, ' The way to heaven,' Miss Buby Beid ; duet, 'Temperance flag,' Miss Ada Petitt and Miss Florence Austin ; solo, ' A temperance song,' Miss Florence Atiotin : diilunifi mi unffV ' Never quit the field,' Miss Ada Petitt and Master Sydney Petitt ; recitation, ' The banner of blue,' Miss Florence Austin ; song, ' The gleaners,' company of seven ; anthem, ' Awake ' ; ' The FlowerQneen,' Hornsby Band of Hope ; dialogue, ' I won't believe it,' Miss Petitt, Miss Merrick, and Miss Brady ; Indian chorus by the little ones ; recita tation, ' The brewer's dray,' Master Albert London ; song, ' The drnnkard's friend,' with march,...

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DUNDAS. Our Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

DUNDAS. [fbom our correspondent.] Our Oricket Olub. The Dundas C.C. held their annual meeting on Tuesday evening, July 9th, at Mr. W. Spurway's. The Mayor (Mr. F. C. Cox), who is president, being unable to attend, Mr. W. Spurway very kindly took the chair. The reports show that the club did very well last season, taking second place in the contest matcbes. Alder man H. Johnston was again elected secretary, and Mr. Joseph Stevens treasurer ; and a strong committee was formed to work the club next season. Batting averages for tbe last season : E. G. Seale, 8 innings, average 80'6 ; N. Kirby, 7—80 ; H. Engall, 6—27 ; G. T. Spurway, 20 — 2118 ; A. Arthur, 14—14-10; J. Stevens, 20—14-6; T. Webb, 7—18-5 ; A. Grime, 6—11-8; W. T. Spurway, 6 — 10-7. Bowling averages : G. Hughes, 5'1 ; Kirby, 7.14 ; Grime, 9-18 ; W. T. Spur way, 10-8 ; G. T. Spurway, 10-2 ; Stevens, 11-5 ; F. E. Spurway, 12-8 ; Arthur, 14-5. The caps of honour (if I may use the term) go as follows -. E. Seale (first bat), G....

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

DURAL. Mr. Garrard addressed the electors here, on Tuesday evening. There was a good attendance ; Mr. J. C. Hunt was voted to the chair. Mr. Garrard, in a lengthy address, dealt with a great number of the measures, which had been before Par liament during the last twelve months ; and with the manner in which the Upper House had destroyed a number of them ; especially the Land and In come Tax billB ; and the amended Elec toral Act, and Loan Bill. His reference to tbe Upper Chamber, and the manner in which they had thwarted the mandate of the people, was justly severe ; and his utterances were frequently applauded. A vote of confidence was carried unani mously. On all sides, it is admitted that it was the best political address ever given in the district. There is very little excitement out here over the campaign as it a fore gone conclusion, that Mr. Garrard will be returned with a sweeping majority. Mr. and Mrs. Williams and two of their children, met with a rather serious buggy acc...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Observations. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

Observations. [Bv a Wandering Electoh.] Mr. Broughton O'Conor is a clever young barrister with advanced ideas of reform. Yet his election by Sherbrooke next Wednesday would obstruct tbe very reform he advocates. To throw out a parliamentary supporter of the Reid ministry is to discourage the cause of reform. To throw out a minister is to encourage the Upper House. To take sides with the Upper House is a very peculiar way of promoting reform. He told us mat it ne was rejected tnis time he should never come again. There is one way in which he can avoid defeat and advance the cause of reform ; retire and support Mr. Garrard. Mr. Stimson is a Protectionist who labels himself a Freetrader. He is op posed to land taxation. It would be so bad for the fruitgrowers if poor Sir Daniel Cooper paid £18,000 a year in land tax, as he will if Reid's bill passes. Strange isn't it that owners of country land should be afraid of taxation which will be mostly paid by owners of city land. The Equitable...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEVEN HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

SEVEN HILLS. On Monday morning last, a laborer's hut, on Mr. Phillip Pearce's property, waB burnt down. It had been unoccupied for about a fortnight previous to its destruction. When discovered abut 6 o'clock, the fire — or to be in correct form — the devouring element, had such a hold, that all the king's horses and all the king's men, could not have put it out. It is not known how the fire originated ; but the most probable ex planation is, that some tramps had dossed for the night, and gone away leaving a fire alight. There was a strong wind blowing all night, and it is not unlikely that some Bparks were blown about. Some people think it was the handiwork of an incendiaiy ; but there is no more substantial ground for either theory, than individual opinion. For some reason or other, the bulk of newspaper men of the day, show a marked dislike to use the common term, fire, in writing. Possibly they have lurking fears, that their mode of life and the nature of their occupation, rende...

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Mr. J. Nobbs' Candidature. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

Mr. J. Nobbs' Candidature. Mr. John Nobbs, candidate for the Granville electorate, addressed the electors in Gormley's Hall on Tuesday evening, Mr. Egan in the chair. The meeting was at times noisy. A vote of confidence was declared carried.

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The Labour Candidate. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

The Labour Candidate. j A crowded meeting in support of Mr. G. W, Sm&iles, the Xjabour candi date for Granville electorate, was held in Gormley's Hall on Monday evening* Alderman Lidbury occupied the chair ; and Mr. Smailes and others delivered stirring addresses. A vote of confidence proposed by Messrs. Douglas and Bidley, was carried with enthusiasm.

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