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Christmas Amusements. MASONIC HALL PANTOMIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

Christmas Amusements MASONIC HALL PANTOMIME. Fob weeks past the management of the Par ramatta Masonic Hall Company have been ar ranging for the production of Byron's pantom ime, 'Lurline,' seasonably localised. Mr. llcsford has succeeded in enlistinir the services of a strong caste, and the ballet it is said will show no end of fairy creatures and other things. But the attraction pur excellence will be the scenery aud stage effects, which are provided on a costly scale, and will eclipse anything ever !-eeu near Parramatta. Boxing night is fixed for the opening performance, 7md those who cannot crowd in on that occasion will have an opnortunity of so doing during the remainder of the week.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parramatta Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, R. Harper, E. H. Pearce, and T. F. Mackenzie, J's.P) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

Parramatta Petty Sessions. Wednesday, Decembeh 10. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, R. Harper, E. H. Pearee, audT. F. Mackenzie, J's.P ) Thomas Robertson was charged with assault ing Timothy and Mary Ann O'Rorke, at Pott's Hill. Complainant complainant stated that defendant w.is liviusr next door to her; oil Monday evening last he came to her place and threatened her husband and her : the defend ant and his wife broke open the door and assaulted her and her husband. Witness showed a number of bruises ou her body m verification of the statement. Timothy O'Rorke gave similar evidence, adding that he had also boon maltreated. The defendant stated that his wife and complainant had been rowing, and he had gone into the house to separate them. The Bench considered that one was as bad as the other, and dismissed the case. The defendant, was charged with resisting the constable. Tho charge was withdrawn. Catherine Perriman complained that Thomas Hood had unlawfully detained certain articles of ap...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Late Joseph Booth. A TRIBUTE TO HIS WORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

The Late Joseph Booth. A TRIBUTE TO HIS WORTH. At the Parramatta Council meeting on Wed nesday, Alderman Taylor moved, — -'That this Council express its deep regret ai. the death of the late Aldeimau Joseph Booth, who for many years occupied a seat at the. Council table, who was twice Mayor of the 1 1 Borough, and up to a recent dato, tilled the 0 ottico of Treasurer ; and that as by his unas f-| Burning deportment, honesty of purpose, kindly |-- disposition, and the zeal he has over displayed j| in advocating the interests of his native town, J;| ho endeared himself to the aldermen with whom jS | he wus so long associated, now places upon re jr-.j cord an acknowledgement of his worth and its f-,i sorrow at his decease.' He said Alderman «J t''oth's loss as an alderman would bo keenly |,'j id.'-; A native of the town, he was sure not \i ??me ;vord could be said against his character. Jf As a Iikjw' (and he was speaking from experience) ?'§ he wtis'lwjced upon as a fino playmate and ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21. (Before Messrs. O. Saunders and W. Gibbons, Js.P) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

Fni DAT. Deckjibku 21. (Before Messrs. O. Saundcrs and W. Gibbons, Js.P.) Mary Clinvlcs was charged with inflicting hoiHly'lmrm on Mary Ann Cadden, at Pott's Hill, on Wednesday last. After hearing evi dence i'or and against, the bench fined her ii'-, or .wo months in Darlinglmr.st gaol. John Welsh was fined 20s or 7 days for drunkenness. Edward Cusson was fined 20s or 7 days for a similar offence. For indecent behaviour ho was fined 20s or 7 days. William Welsh was charged with using a a conveyance that wns not licensed. Defend ant produced a license issued from the I'enrith district. The case was struck out ou defendant paying expenses, and promising to take out a license in this district Henry Barmingham was charged with riotous behaviour by Constable Allison. After hearing the evidence the ciu-c was dismissed. B. Cohen v. FrauK Willis and Frclerick O'Shea, assault. Complainant is the owner of Cooey Gully, and the defendants wore bath ing therein on Sunday last. AVhen asked to lea...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

While for quality of fiibric the only term's | perfection ! Painty bonnets ; lovely dresses ; flowers ; feathers ; Leghorn ilops : Perfumes ; baskets ; jackets ; cor^ots— help to fill his well-known shops, All ilono- with caroots, oilcloths, and a lot of other things, That would ages take to schedule. Pollock thereforo truly sings j . When ' Victoria !' he chanteth, for he's man- : i nyed well to link on j \ -'House to house and luck to business, in a way ! IL'm proud to think on. I RICHARDSON (G.E.j is famous for the ? jewelry he sells : j While in savez horolojfical His well known tliut | lie excels ; Good the trade he also does with those who wish to rimj the belles. Wind a flourish on the bugle ! This isSAINTY BROTHERS' Mart, Where the big display of various stocks, will muchly glad your heart. All kinds of ironmongery, as of china and of ilolf— That man would be a rum sort who couldn't suit himself ! Here the cricketer and -Footballer can get ex cellent supplies ; Note — this f...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROSEHILL RACING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

KOSEIIIOL RACING CLUB Tho 1HS9 programme of the Rosehill Hacing Club will open with a meeting on January 8, including the following events :— Grsmvillo Stakes, of 100 sovs., (Si furlongs; Maiden Hurdle Race, of 100 sovs., 2 miles: Clyde Handicap, of 100 sovs., 1 mile :! furlongs; Auction Stakes, cf 100 sovs., 7 furlongs ; and Welter Handicap, of 100 sovs., f mile 1 furlong. The weights are promised on the 3rd proximo.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

1.1 HMWS VND Tl 1.PG1UMS KKOUVr, TMKVMPl1 VITTCNTTON STATEJAND RK.FO.KIit FUNERALS conducted in tho most rospoctablo mannor and at Modorato Charges. Lead, Cedar, and Stained Collins at Shortest, Notice. Wreaths, Orossos, and Shrouds. Moniorial Cards a Speciality — printed as required. Church Street, Parramatta, ICE! .FRUIT! ICE CREAMS! 0 1? TITWTTQ ijntUITERER AND OONFEOTlONElt, CHURCH-STREET, rA.RR-ULV!.TA, V bogs to state (.hut us Summer i.s coming lie lins it SKI/EOT STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND of the CHOICKST FRUITS OF THE SEASON. Being Sole Agent in Parraumttu for N.SAY. Fresh Food ami ice Co., lie is in ii position to supply Ice in Parramatta. in any quantity. 0. R. TUNKS. 4 UCTIONEKRS, LAND. ESTAT10, AND LABOUR AGENTS, A. OPPOSITE POST- OFFICE, CHUKOIi-STRKKT, PAKKAU ATTA. ORCHARDS & FARMS To Let or For Sale HOUSES AND COTTAGES FOR SALE ON THE EASIEST OF TEEMS. Cottages TO LET in nil parts of (.lie Town nml District. Loans etl'ected on the shortest notice, t&r Plan* ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

CRICKET. Galatea v. Granville B.— Played on Galatea ground, and resulted in a draw. GmnviMo 1!. Eiteir, bKulliciford... 2 Miiiidinnt, thrown out 8 Lu.sk F., t) liutlierfoiil :l Hnncicr, c Cavil, b Hiiwlins,l-\VllUelurd... 7 Vhitofiml ? 2 Swccuiiv, c Ciuil. b Lusk, 1) Wiitofoid ... 12 b Wh'ltefor.l ? i Hmvicson, not out ... i; Morris, 1) Wliitcfoid ... u Sundries ? 1 Xeirli, l- Rutlioifmil ... S Uurgiws, b Wliitefmil (i Total ? ;,! tiiiktc.i. Koimedv, 1- Bhvkcss ... ' Kuthorford, not out ... T, Jiis.Hufiniilick.ruaout 0 Cliristk', b Huwlins ... 1 W. Ilnliniiricli, b Bur- Card, not out ? n Kcss ? r. Sundries ? .| Whitefmd, b Buvgoss 7 Kllis, 1j Iiuwlius ... 1 I) wickets fur ... ::- Binvliii;,' Averages.— Bulliorford, (Mi bulls. 3 wickets, ia run* ; Wliitefurd, Wi balls, (i wicltots, '.'(! runs. Galatea v. Fairfield. — Following will repre sent the former. Gala tea wicket ; —Whiteford , Halmurick, Howlett, Kennedy, Christie, Puc't rid»o, Cluxton, Wearu, Whiteford, Card 12, Buckled, 13,...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Righted at Last. CHAPTER XXXVI (continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

Sighted at Last, CHArCKU XXX V.I f,\wh'i)!)tJJ. 'Oh. whni sluvll I do?' slu- Imvst out : 'you :m- voxod with «u' now, liko turn.' ' You nius; not think that, IMusy. 1 sun wry much gviovod to soo you in such a sisit;- «s Ihis; bus I urn smv it only nvo.ils si.Utt.lo fwbortreuwa on Your part, to nut, ovorvrhinsr risrlit ;)»iin. Tho.ro isnt)thi«j; niK\w««on in a Uttlo. Jiff ho'woen lovoi-s, :mi«1 you will soon «roi «wt iu I wiH -.vuswin- for Caleb tliiit- ho will bo wiv.ly iv- m:«kt- it up sis swn ;ssyon sjvak a kind word to liim.' * l-u( 1 ean'r speak tho wovtl ho wants, for I :un not to have him.' Thjii was suthYiontlydoeisivo. Thon Aladge ox.'iniinodhor closely, and became vory anxious, for sho jiovcoivcd that Pansy's distress had a deeper source than -;i littlo tii\7 ' \ou do not moan to s:iy Caleb is not tho one you can: most l'or '?' Thoru was sullen silence. Now. of all tho feminine frailties which nature and training had huigh M udgo to shun, coquetry stood foremost. An acted f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

P U 1! L 1 ° ? N OTIC E. i-o.i:, ' i.o.o.t. G. R. HARRISS, l'\-r tliu liust, two years in fheeuiplnv ,,f J[r s 1'urnull, liaker, as linker, i'astrvcoo'l; ami Con ' fectioiier, has' COMM.KXOh.1.) i;i;slNKSS for himself as AVholesale au.l Hutuil tiox',:r, ? ?Mix- in those premises known as I'nhvistle's liukcrv, and (brn-tly Opposite V«»l (Hlice nu-Keir-sTKHOT. rAi;i;.\jtvri'A V/herehe hopes by strict, attention to uUi ness, with eleaiilinesscmbinc'il. tmneet -islnre supllied' 1'!'V''!'S''- Ul11^' :l '''??'t-^os.-* ai'liele i'.ride and Ohi-l.-.teniuif Cakes made on the shuriesl untie,,. leeing and urnamontin- done for flit- |. .-»&.. |^ -S T A B i, 1 S I, ],? j, 'afV's'ti'! J. H. MANSELL, W.VTCII.MAKI'li; ,\'Ni- .IKWKhLEK. (Opposite t!l;. fourt-hoiise), JWIUfAMATi'A, Ifeliuuliti.Uy Mibinits the followin- IJt,H. X'riuos W'alches Cleaned .. j' ^ Wnteli -\laiiisprii|.v.x^ -- ., .. Watch (ilasse, * ! ' , Clocks Cle;in,,t. fro.-., ?' ', I! Ulo.ik ^liiinsni-iu-'.s, fi-,,,,, ?- „ -\U ...

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Current News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

Current News. IN addition to usual content*', today's Cu.MiiKiti.AXi) Aitous contains a variety of m.itter specially prep ivcd with the view of making our Ohiust.mas Issuk as inter esting as possible. Of these special con tents, we will here call attention to a sensational st -rv (writ, bv '? an old hand') final scenes of which are laid iu I'arramatta: a 'Christinas Epic,' by 'Our own Bard,' constituting a running commentary on the Christmas display iu tin* windows, etc,, of the stores of tho merchants of Par* raniatta : aud two illustrations, one a mitiinnhle sketch of two W--11- known public characters, the otljur representing ' Kiverside ' just after the flood had shorn away its approaches, bow front and verandah, etc. The latter was copied from a photo by the Globe I'hotogtupli Company, of Church-street, Pamimatta. In our next .Saturday's issue of the Cwiiii;i'l,A.\n Aituus we intend to publish a carefully prepared summary of the leading Local 'cvmiu of the mori bund year, arran...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Home of Welcome for Discharged Prisoners. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

Home of Welcome for Discharged Prisoners. TO Till-: KIMTOlt 01' T1IK CU.MHEIil.AXD AltllUS. tSin,— .l'ennit me to tender you my tliaulcs for the insertion from time to' time of reports, of our rescue work iimoiisrsl. diseluu-'ed prisoners, and to erave spaee to a,,;,eal to ,,ur uunienms inends, amongst your large circle of e.iders, tor special uiristmas gifts, eitla-r in laud or money, to nimble us to provide suitably at this .season ,,f t.he year. We have been en abled to render considerable help to others than thoso described in the title of ouv horn..' and desire here to I hunk those sympathiser^ who have contributed during the year. '\K,un titms of groceries, bread, meat,'etc., will 1,,, gladly called for and ?.lokiunvlcdge.l bv ih.i evangelists, 3Ir.nml Miv. !len,(er.smi, [Iuim.,,l' AVeleon-e, l-'actery-.street, l'limiiiintta — Yours, etc., G. K. AliDILL, 15iroc',or.

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A Christmas Epic. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

A Christmas Epic. [By our own Bard.] CmusTStAS nears, tho Welcomo Christmas, aud tho Muso is fain to gazo At tho wonders rare that Commoroo has piled up along the ways : In the windows of our tradors' stores, and eke within displayed Such varied stocks are gatheiod that tho bard recoils dismayed From the task of naming even a por cent, of what ho sees — Fabrics framed for every service, fabrics fashioned but to please. Patience then I pray ye, gentles, whilo in measured rhythmic patter I rehearse Trades Xmas splendors iu tho town of Parramatta. But first I'll crave permission to disarm th' invidious critic By scheduling tho leading firms in due order alphabetic '. Under A I place tho AE.GTJS, paper liberal, independent, Whose star the district folks declare is well in tho ascendant : 'Tis a journal with bold utterances and lively notions vocal, And the interests that it seeks to push are preeminently local. Lo ! tho flags of Chitty BAKER waving proudly in the breeze ! One flag won't...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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SECOND DAY. GRAVILLE STAKES—6[?] furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

Secoxd Day. Gkaxville Stakes. — 6! furloiurt-. Kepuuic ... ,s ll J,.|(lv Kin-.-sbunmsli 7 ' ifc'yii.... ... e ; Jim-iborotWh -. r ?_? Zephyr ... ... s 1 Seine Day' ... 7 2 broker ... ... s 2 Six-onil Thought ... 7 0 Charcoal ... s II Hvinn 0'1-vmi . 7 (, -New UuiiUM ... s. it K,.w Year' .'.. 7 D hoppk-ker ... 7 U .Sunbeam ... (i II l^lwiy ? 7 11 toinn ? (i ll *«?--?? ?? ... 7 11 Cobweb (i ', °.lt' ??? ... 7 11 The Hypocrite ..'. (i II IllsrauWii ... 7 '.I I-i.lr I'.yon ... i; 7 l-olenso... ... 7 II Ulent worth ... -; 7 Mormon ... 7 7 Tholiajah ... ii t Amltieious ... 7 7 Dolphin... ..81. Kinpsjmnv ... 7 7 Evui'sleijih (i 2 Steel Trap ... 7 i n,lv,,i Arch Ii 2 Fni.tk-ld ... 7 .i Holbi-ook ,; „ Uclvoifina ... 7 1 Archie ... .!. ,i ., Santa Glaus Handicap.—- 1} mile, 100 yards. Li-ichl unit ... s 12 Drumstick ' 7 :, Centum-... ... s 7 HusvBee '' 7 u Here'.- Lucli ... „ :; Tiu/iMmei- '' 7 o \\'s»iism ... s u ihiiduoi ;;; 7 0 F--'y ??? ... 7 n 11. v. ... ... u a Millie... ... 7 '.l Artis...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

Agricultural and Horticultural. By ' 'Wkstmead.' i Micr.oscoi'E.— I will linve something more ;o Buy under tliis heading in future issues after .tliu new year. Pickixo asd Packing Fbuit for Exroitr.— I learn from t'.io 'Gulden and Ticld' that .-it j; the last meeting of tho South Australian Agi ? - :. cultural Bureau, Mr. A. ALonueux roari apup.T '^Sunder above heading «- which ocouvred the fo! tpwin'-— ' I have carefully read the evident -riven bv Messrs. C. B I'nirnes and E. H. Ac res before the Royal Commission on vcjptahie products (Viotoriuu), also tlio recoinmeiidutioiis bvMr. H. J. Davidson,' Mr. Joseph Cunio,v, and Mr. J. 1'. 1'ascoe, all of whom have had an extensive experience in the packing- and export ui of fruit, as well as in its storage. I have also | taken notes of the successes and failures ac hieved by a great number of people during ! many years past, and have arrived at the fol i lowing ?conclusions :-l. All fruit intended for ? shmmentto England should be {fathe...

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DECEMBER HANDICAP.—[?] mile. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

December Haj.-bic.vt. — 1 \ mile. IleichkrU ... s 12 aira.iion 7 0 Miiifivii ... s 1,1 Drildool . ' 7 O (.?omaiir... .... S 7 Cliairual '' ti U £???»»- ? s -1 b.y. ... :;: «n Wsju,m ... s (i Anism -j n Wilk-.oo ... 7 ai Thcl'oloa '' ti 0 SS ?:: ::: -: V, K-':'11'1 -:- S ? Neptune ... 7 !) Ambrions .'.' ii 4 Shm.tuu: St.w ... 7 7 Il.mie Kale ... I! I u»?ii ::: ::: '-. \ 'v£sL ? %l T-1V ? 7 5 La.lv Ki'in.-..lmro' '' B 2 Timbrel... ... 7 5 Crceivr ' ' e 0 Eily O'Connor ... 7 5 BriJ, (TLvim '' 6 ?- ».™'llvk '? 7 0 DOlphi' ! ' ?'?' ° °

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Cumberland Conv[?] I.O.G.T. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

Cumberland Convr ' I'.O.G.T. ANNUAL MEETING. Tun (irst annual moi-ti ig of the Cumberland Convention, I.O.G.T.. was held in the Albert Hall, (jranvile, on Friday afternoon. The meeting opened with the ummI ceremonies at 3.15 p.m. Jlro J. Saui.fler.-f D.7J., percent of the Convention, occupied the chair, nnd the Hou. Sec, Bro J. Button, real the minutes of tho last half-yearly meeting, which were duly coiir.rincl. Tim following representatives-were Present :— No IS. ' Evening Star,' Sis. Burns, Sis. Goodin and Bro. S.iundors; No. III. 'Hope of Liverpool.' Bros. Jin. Rowe and Wilton; No. 170, 'Happy Thought,' -is. .-taines, and Bros Martin and' J. Button: No. 172. 'Home of Peace,' Hs. Salomons ; No. ')22, 'Univer- sal,' Sis. Smith, and Bros. W. B. Smith and Tuckwell; No. 52:-, ' Orange Blossom,' Hro. C. Gambling; No. 510, ' Sherwood Rangers,' Sis. Dextor, and Bros. J. B. Price, Cook, and Collins. Bro. J. B. Price read a financial statement, shewing :— Receipts, £:)7 fls 7id ; expendit...

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ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

K0SEH1LL RACIXC C'UM\, The weights fur the handie;uv; iu be decided at the Rosehill Christina:; nieetin-, 0,1 the 22ml and 21th instant.-*, were declared this forenoon and are us. under:— Fiiisr Day. Rivku Ma.vdht.vi'. — fi furlongs. ' St. 111. ., „, ?'?'''»»' ? ?'' »''M*-.. .. V 7 Iiiinwr ... ... s '.i Ky-v, ' ... 7 ~ lM'i'l ... ... H i -V ''? '' - ? Hum, ... . ?„ ?? T,,m,mo,u - j r t'T^ ::: 2 ? i&, -: '- :.' 'i'1. W. ... ... S :l Slceltnip ' 7 ',', Timbrel .. ... s :- Sivitlei-lield '' 7 l)nnn*lii:X ... S :l Hclvoiiin.i '' 7 ,, Zt'iiliyv ... ... K i) Alii.- . '' ,? 1. Glen KUrin ... s. 11 Some Ifciv '' (V if First Uuiic ... s 11 Clmmiii,.'. ' ' , llnsy Jicu ... 7 11 1'iiwiu. ??'? '?? i The -Miner ... 7 !1 -:,uhiv ' '' - Chnreoiil . . i. 1, \,,mm ' '' ? ~ l'ii'1'lv ...7 II K.,iiiis,.|i' '?? ', ?|'V.lvM\ ... 7 '?? l.'idyl.von ' . t'-l'dyllovk .... 7 7 Chut,,,.,' ??' ,! ,' Iloiipiekel' x. 7 7 The Hujiili ,';.' ,; (, Huiim.r. Raci:.— 2 miles 1 furlong. JI.iiiMn.-l Hoy ... 1:1 ...

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A Severe Storm. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN PARRAMATTA. LANDSLIPS AT THE DAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

A Severe 3torra. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN PARRA MATTA. LANDSLIPS AT THE DAM. Pahramatta has for so long a time moved along iu the same old homely, steady-goins; fashion, that it was expected that nothing short of an earthquake would rouse it out of its slumbers of self -contentment, but tho events of last Sunday proved too much to maintain tho evenness of the equilibrium. Early on Sunday morning, long before even the boasted early riso need bother about stirring, the slumbers of the people were aroused by p'eals of thunder, roaring and crashing, and playing a savage duet with treacherous streaks and flashes of lightning. Heaven's artillery rattled and thundered vehemently and incessantly, and it seemed as though nothing short of a mighty deluge would uppouso the wrath of the heavens. Largo drops of rain, striking tho ground with as much force as hail, commenced to fall, foreboding a flood that Parramatta has not witnessed for years past. Crash went thunder bolt after thunderbolt, flash a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

/?^UMBERHNJ) BUILDING LAND i \J AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. LIMITED. CAPITAL, £100,000. Paid up capital, £20,000. Uncalled capital, £15,000. Roverve f und, £2000. Money received on Fixed Deposit tit tlio fol lowing Rates : — For 12 months, 7 per cent pur annum. o1 months, G per cent.- per annum, And o per cent, at call. Savings Bank Branch. — Deposits of One Shilling uud upwards received, mid nix (6) per cunt, interest allowed on tho Monthly Balauco, and no notice required for withdrawals. JNO. JAS. MILLER, Manager. Office Masonic Hall Buildings, George-street rpHE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK 1 BANK. PARRAMATTA BRANCH. Paid up Capital ? C500.000 With power to increase to £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .. £310,000 Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at current vutes Bills discounted and advances made ou ap proved security. Drafts issued on all the principal cities in the world. II. M. TODHUNTER, Manager.

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