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Righted at Last. CHAPTER XXXIII Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Sighted at Last, CHAPTER XXXIII Continued. ' I liavo considered all.that you Lavo ? said to me, and I do not liko the position in which you have placed me. I gavo you 'my word that 'I should be silent, believing that no harm could follow, and believing that my mother wouia have wished me to obey you. You have satisfied mo by this letter that I have not done wrong so far. Take it back.' She folded the Jotter, carefully ro placed it in the envelope, and gave it to him. ' Thank you,' he said, with the shadow of that sad smile which had so often crossed his face. 'You cannot tell how much that letter has affected mo. You cannot know what thoughts and impulses it has aroused. But you can believe that in my mother's blunder I readonly own fate. ... I know you are my friend : be the friend of those I love. Help h hn, for he' needs help very much.' Mr.' Beecham had quietly -takerr the letter and placed it in a small pocket case, to which it seemed to belong. ' I feared you would not underst...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Tin; Minister for Justice, i|i)d Comptroller {.fen- ;. end of Prison i, paid a visit of inspection fo, ):||p ; Parramatta Gaol yesterday (Friday) afternoon. ';? 1V0R0UGH OF GRANVILLE. ;. FINAL NOTICE. \, Legal Proceedings will be taken on the 22nd i day of OCTOBEK Next, to Recover all Rates i then owing to the above Borough. | ? By oi'der of the Mayor; ,; ;- . i JOHN SCARBOROUGH, | Council Clerk. ; Council Chambers, Granville, 22nd day of September, 18H8. : IMPORTANT AUCTION SALK. : AH. FERRIS will sell by public auction . the BANKKUIT STOCK of Drupery, : Clothing, and Choice Teas, TO-DAY & MONDAY NEXT, nt 1 2 o'clock sharp, at * BRANDON'S OLD STORE, ; ? Cheapside, Parramatta. i A FEAV TqNS~QF WJRK., Ilusjy, at I J:%. reduced pi-ice. ? ? ' ' ? ' : MURRAY BROS. \ BBOTSLEIGH, PARRAMATTA f A (After October 1st at tho junction of '-. Campbell-tit, and Marsden-st., on tho hill, '., near to the Station), j HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL FOR GJRLS.. ' .Sti|dei|ts trained for. tho Uijiversjty Ex...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. TFndertakerSo STATE VND REFORM 'FUNERALS conducted in tlie most respectable manner and at Modoiate Charges. Load, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shortest Notice. Wreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards a ?;.???'? Speciality---prmted as required. . ' \ .:.'..'; Church-- Street,' Parramatta/ ?.. . ; NEW SEASON:. TEA.:. : :, Family ? Grocer ,: Wine and Spirit '-Merciiaiity .:?,.,.'''?[ CHUJRCH-STREET, PAERAMATTA. KEROSENE-LIGHT OF THE AGE, SNOWFLAKE, DEVOES', COMET. MAIZE, BRAN, POLLARD, CHAFF. ? ' ? ?? BONE DUST, SULPHUR, LILY OF THE VALLEY FLOUR, PERUVIAN GUANO. PECK AND KING,.- ::..;. A UCTIONEERS, LAND, E3TATE,; ' AN]) . LABOUR AGENTS, Ik. OPPOSITE PCSr-OFFICE, CHURCH-STREE I', PAUBAMATTA, ORCHARDS & FARMS To Let or For Sale. HOUSES AND COTTAGES FOE SALE ON THE EASIEST OF TEEMS. Cottages TO LET in all parts of tho Town and District. .Loans effected on tho shortest notice, ijggr Plans and nil information enn bo had of tho ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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HORSE EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

HORSE EDUCATION. Asy person who has hanulod horses to even a very limited extent, says the 'Turf, Field, and Farm,' has noticed that there is a great deal of what may be termed human nature about them; that is, susceptibility to improve by education. In fact nil domestic animals possess this power to a certain degree, but the horse is more than commonly endowed in this respect. If left to himself, however, or but in differently taught when young, the horse, like the neglectod boy, will grow up with an uncouth carriage, und though a serviceable drudgo, will fail to givo pleasure to those who have the manage ment of him. As soon as the colt is weaned, he should have good feed, and be handled every day if possible. Ho should be coaxed rather than made by force to do anything. Never use a switch or end of a halter strap. Be firm, but not overbearing ; it will bo found better to overlook the fault than to attempt to correct it and fail. Never lose your temper, for the moment you do so, y...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

XI'', W SI tOl'S. Mr. 'I'. Marshall, the well known Gruuvillo ?ronlruttiir, is ju-t compleling for Mr. Waddcll in Church-street, next, to the Stat fun, tliroi good iidtlitions to thi- shops of the town. Tho buildings arc of brick and two-storey hi'h. Mr. S. 'Drcwett, who has been euttimr hair and shaving and doing nil Uio tonsorinl business for some years in I'urruiniitlu, and made numerous friends by his courtesy and efficiency, has taken tho shop nearest the railway. The shop and saloon are 2-1 feet x 11 feet and 12 feet high, ! mid provision is made upstairs for private apartments. lie has arranged the shop window in excellent taste, and apparently, has spared no expense in tmving to suit every tasto which bis customers may develop. The tonsorial saloon is a marvel of neatness, com fort, uiul cleanliness, mid as Urowett him self wields the razor, those who have stit under [ him will krow win! thi ?. in.' -ins. Si far (ho ,,hop adjoining has ,,,,1 fnund a t.-nnnt, hut tho M'-nof M...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Agricultural and Horticultural. A GOOD ANIMAL TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Agricultural and Hcrtir.dturaL A GOOD ANIMAL TRAP. The illustration shows the simplost and cheapest box-trap mado and fully as good as the best. It will catch anything from a mouse to a rabbit, and hold it without inflicting pain. Figure 1 gives a front view. Figure 2 a longtitudinal section, showing the inside. Both, show the trap set ready for 'busi ness. For rabbits, etc., it should be six inches square inside, and eighteen to twenty iuches long. For nts and mice, three or four inches square inside, and about twelve inches long. It may be made of common boards, half an inch to one inch thick. The engravings show vjlainlv how it is put together. The door slides between two cleats which extend above the box half its depth. It should fit quite closely,, so that it will drop easily. Along the top centre of the box, inside, are three or four screw eyes turned into the wood, and in them rests a piece of wire, which is bent at right angles at the farther end, and has a hook to hang bait...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

New Goods! New Goods ! Seasonable Goods! Cheap. Goods !.. Cheap- Goods.-' EIGHT HOUR DEMONSTRATION IN PARRAMATTA PARK* '.. ; Over Twenty Thousand happy people (old and young) will be there wearing excellent Boots 'SLXICL SMo@S purchased at w : '' Parramatta Branch of the world-renowned City Boot Palace, Church Street, Parramatta. Fresh Shipments, just landed, Specially Imported for the Parramatta Trade, and sold at lower prices than other houses can purchase them wholesale. The Great Sale evidenced the appreciation, by many thousands, of JOHN' HUNTER'S System of Marking- all . Goods in Plain Figures. ijgy Haste then to JOHN HUNTER'S Parramatta Branch of the world-renowned City Boot Palace, Church-street, Parramatta, and get full value for your money.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

CATI'ANACH'S Disinfectant for Closet Pirns, Cesspits, Drains, Stables, Dust ' boxes Sick Rooms, and Hospitals. Agents, S ' MURRAY BROS. /CORRUGATED IRON, all lengths, Cheap. ?i \j Ridge Capping, Guttering, Down Pipea, !;ctc. SAINTY BROS. ?T%08 FORMS, supplied wholesale . to :XJ Stationers and others. : :Cheap.-: '' ! ? '? % LITTLE AND CO. i Anous Office, Parramattu. I7IGHT HOUR DEMONSTRATION. ji ? MONDAY, OCTOBER 8th. Our Places .of Business will bo OPEN TILL 12 NOON, for the transaction of business). MURRAY. BROS., -, - .. -?'? ? Ironmongers and ? General Merohaiitiv ? K OOb opening for a good General Black smith. Apply James Bellow, Penntint ,' street, Pariamattn. ; Open a weok. : , ? ;. , : j G~'~ARDEN'PUM?S, for AA^hiiig Buggies or Fire Extinguishing, 3s (id. MURUAY PROS. f iFTASTiid^VVntprrTiid on. AlTkiuds of HJT Plumbing Work done. Estimates given. SAINTY BROS. EROSENElDIL7~Snowiia'ke, Niagara^ Aurora, Evening Stnr, high test. ?? - .; . MURRAY BROS. ? ''OST.— Between^rmi^rf^n...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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SYDNEY HUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

SYDXKYHUNT CI.UU. The followini; entries huvc been received for tlie Kyilncy Hunt Club's meeting on Husdiill on tintunliiy Slil.l.ISi: HllllMI.B U.U-K— 2 Illikv. fioln.lion Hound Volunteer EiinisViilc Quoiijf Tart Garnet lluppy Jiiek Snltnn Fi.vi.vii IlAXKiiMr— B fin longs. Nvwinsirket Tilbnrn T-iicly Minion lona Sit-imil Thought Thu llypomtc fciti-plmimtU Lucille Jessica Sentence l',,Kilist Alliii Albums ltoiminy Kennic Koioisch llliirncr Teilily i'uille Otto J'el (Jill Zephyr Tnsi-arora JVihIi'ko Some D.iv (late (Jlenient Drnvilla Miiltu)' Nulli Sccundus Hiabimi The Gilt JJriiir The Uass Ski.t.isc Kacb-Ij fuvloniw. Sentence, nil nil Scatlerlicld, nil Monarch, nil Some Day (luteliccrnit, Wr, Allmmis, nil Malta), nil Winnie, Jt-ir, (iolil.lust. nil Creeper, nil Pawnee, nil Ktorili, em TnV-olor, ili! Omw, £2S IMvorhui. .£-25 Kucket, nil Sydney, nil Youns Kingston, HrNT Ul.1'11 STKKI-|.BCIIA8B-AbuUt '--} lllilw. Jllitckull Ennismlo Happy Jack Creinoriio The Fish Topsnil JMnrniv Oliver...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Sports and Games. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Sports and Games. ?Si-1-p.ktaiiiks mo invited to scti'l for imlimtion in tlioAnm-s wimplc'to lists uitlnir fixtures, reports of iitr-i-tiii^smul iimtulic-s. uml inry i-purlin;,' items uilcu liitcil to prove of interest to our n'uilors. I

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Current News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 September 1888

Current News. Mil. S. Maxtkd, Manager of Infirm Insti tutions, and Boarding-out Officer, under the Colonial Secretary's Department, tendered to a number of the i fficers in the Colonial Secre tary's Office a picnic, on Saturday, afternoon last. The coinpnny arrived from Sydney by train shortly after I o'clock, and at once pro ceeded to the Park, where a sumptuous lunch wus awaiting their disposal in one of the pavili ns. About 3:) (includiug Mr. I ? . Taylor, M.I1.), sat down to enjoy Mr. Maxtcd's hos pitality. The inner man being satisfied, speechmaking was the order of tho day. Mr. McKenny, iu proposing the health of Mr. Maxted, his wife and family, said they were that day entertained by agenMemiii whose re lation to them had recently been changed by his appointment to a position ot higher respon sibility and trust. 1'hnfc such a choice had been made, and honor conferred upon one who so fully merited tho distinction must meet with general approval. The past, had shown that be was ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 October 1888

Parramatta Quarter Se^aions. Tim rurramatta Quarter Sossions oommonoed yestovday before His Houor Judgo JITarland; Mr. AV. B. Boaver, Olork of tho Peace, 'riio bar was represented by Mr. W. H. Coft'ey (Crown I'roaecutor), aud Mr. Wilfred Blaeket. At tlio Solicitors' tiiblo_ thero were Messrs. Richardson, Bowdon, Hill, and Roberts. Geo V'oo, charged with obtaining goods und money from J. Cuddy, unipor, rarriuiiatta, by moans o£ a vulueloss cheque, 'was, by ttie direction of the judge, actjuittod, the cheque' haying been made good by an endorsor. John Mooro, charged with breaking and ontcriug n dwelling liouse at lvatoomba, ou July 3, was dofonded by Mr. II. A. Richardson, and was acquitted. Wniest Muiters was charged with n criminal ! assault alleged '-to -have been committed on. a ? child 5S,- years old at St'. Mary's; Mr. Hill for the defence' His Honor ruled the child's e'vi deuco inadmissablo. After hearing: Homo ovi ! deneo, His Honor directed an acquittal on the grouudthut, wit...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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SYDNEY HUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 October 1888

-SYDNEY HUNT CLUB. The Sydney Hunt Club hold a lace meeting ouRosc Iiill to-day. Bound should win the Hurdle ; Pet Girl; Tilburn and Newmarket should run well in the Flyi-g. Diomed, Blackall, or The Hatter the Steeple-, Desmond Sloth or Blarney the Hunt Club Handicap ; and Lord of the Lake, Thetis, or E. O'Connor, tho Welter. Fol lowing are weights :— Bki.i.isii Huuui.e lUi'K— 2 miles. Bound' ' ...1110 Sultan ... (I 7 (QuongTurt ... 11 !) Volunteer ... 0 S 'Garnet ... 10 9 Ennisvule ... !). 3 [Boboliou ... (I 10 Happy Jack ... 0 0 1'tviso IIasuiuai'-O furlongs. Tilburn. .. ... 10 3 Lucille ... 7 0 Pet Girl ... !) 7 The Bass ... 7 0 Blarney ... 1) 5 Homauy Ronnie ... 0 11 T,aily Marion ..: ii 3 Piigilist ... (1 n ? Newmarket ... 8 5 Sccoiid Thought ... (i 7 Albaims . . ... 8 fi Allic ... G 7 The Gift ' j ?... 8 3 Nulli Secuudus .. G'7 ;Jfcndigo - '. : . ?'?- .;. ''.'vifep'mnotia . ... 6.1 :Tuscarom ' ... 3)Xi ? ' mi ... 0 -1 [ Otto ... .?£,-». .;? . Hypocrite ... U 4 Some Dbv ..';. :...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 October 1888

BOWLS. The senior uud -'junior members of the Kosclrill Bowl ing Club had aii interesting and exciting game on their ground on Saturday afternoon, tip to the iast the re sult was in doubt, but the ' dads ' pegged along most determinedly and succeeded in worrying down the young innocents by IS points. The champion old-boy quartette was composed of Messrs. E. Mason, J. S. Stair, K. Trend,- and F. C. Cox, who scored 30 points to 17 scored by thoir opponents, under the captaincy of the juvenile Mr. W. 0. Ward. Messrs. E. Hilton and T. M. Shep herd played a tic (20 each), but Mr. W. Hart, as green 1 and young as ever, had Mr. E. Ellison in trouble, -with 8li points against 15. Following were tho scores :— No.lKink.— E.M'Don- 'id.Cupt.Chatfleld, W. tibson.E. Hilton ... 25 Mo. 2 Rink— W. Crewe, Oapt; M'Crae, W.-Ful- , ': laifar.E. Ellison ;':?-, :..:15 : »i. 3 Ki.nk.M5., Mason ' 1 jfS. Stall', K.-TreudjF. ;. '. Cox--;.. ' .... ... yd: ',_ ?'?.':'j-''- '' ' IV JV.MOIM. No. 1 Eiuk.-G. Hurt, ...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 October 1888

THK TUEF. Mr. ct. B, Uuvrlcv bunded over a cheque of £511 12s lo the treasurer of the Cnrrinirton. Centennial Hospital, .the proceeds of the race mectiiur at Kosehill.

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 October 1888

1 ,.e-U ij, ..^tennis// / ;.*.'?:- .:??. Hillcrest was beaten by Devonshire on Saturday by i 12 pimos. Scores :— W. I'ullagar and If. Kiduer v. N. 1 McPhic and J. Mcl'hie, 7-n, s-B ; H. Stephenson and i H. Kidner v. J. Brennand and H. Skinner, Hi; H. .Tullagar and HvStephensoh v. Brennaudand Skinner, ', :i-U, 8-u ; Stepheusou und Kidner v. N. McPhie and J. ; McPhie, 8-8; Fiillugiir mid Kidner v. Brennand nnd ? Skinner, ij-3; FulltiKiir and Stephenson v. N. Mi-.Phic , and J. MePhic, U-6. Xotiil— Devonshire 41! games, Hill f crest a I games.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Current News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 October 1888

Current News. Last Saturday a double accident caused by a horso faking (iliirni at a tram occurcd ut tho in tersection of Church nud George streets I'arru matta. About 9 a.m. a horse attached to a butcher's order-cart, belonging to Mr. H. B. Hughes, George-street, and driven by a man in Mr. Hughes employ, known ns 'William,' was approaching t]io corner in question when it took fright at tho steam being blown off from a stationary tram engine. It bolted accross to Tattcrsall's corner and colliding with i? post, tho oft' shaft was snapped. Swerving across the road, the near shapt mot with a similar fate ; and the driver against a post opposite Mr. W. Gates's then jumpiug but caught his feet in the reins and fell heavily, receiving a severe shaking, and a tew scratches, but not being otherwise injurel. The horse, with the wreck of the cart attached, then made a rapid tour of the town, and was ultimately caught on tho Western Road in no wuy the worse for the adventure, but with very lit...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 October 1888

Brush JTanav. Coalcs A, -The following . will ropic 'rant'Urush Farm:— GrSpurwajvF; Spurway, .1. Spur Jwny, ~\V. Hibblo, 8. Cox, N. Cox, (i. Hughes, W. Ciitt, 'W. Short, S. Jordan, L. Gallard. . H. Johnston 12, P. ' CpwcHl&./sThe above ureTeijuostcd to meXonCpales'; ground at 2.30 aharpl ' ' ' i! ''? - ' '? ! ; andParramatta v. King's School.* I'urmmaUiiRrimnil tliia day— play to commence at 2.30 sharp The folluw i ing are chosen to represent the former :— Foratar, ' Duffy, Hart, Moor, Moblw, Colley, Whitworth, Cowper, ]3roaio C, Douglass, Black (i., Bowden (12), Weaver \ Gaiatca v. Albion. The following will represent the former: Halnuuick(3),Buthcrford,Howlctt, Kennedy. rTloyd, Brown, BueWey,Puclteriage,Whiteford. Cutc.l, !Cln-istio2. , Coates A Team v. Brush Farm. The ^following are rctjueatcd to meet on jCdiitos Ground to^aj-'ata.aosha'.p: ? — Byrnes, Brown, Sweeny, Donnan, Spears, Lonnen, M.TunkB, Smith, Patou, Culver, Nagle,12GiItiimn. Coates B Team v. Albert. Followin...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta at the Women's Industrial Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 October 1888

Parramatta at the Women's Indus trial Exhibition. IiAiiv Caiuusotos's Ccntenuial Exhibition of AVbmen's Industries was opened on Tuesday hist, and from tho great enthusiasm shown promises to be n most pronounced success. It is not necessary to dwell upon the general characteristics of the exhibition, but somo re-' marks on the part Parramatta took in it would not be amiss. AV lieu the ladies ot Parramatta responded so nobly and generously to the Queen's Fund, Lady Cavrington made a special request that the committee who brought that movement to such a success locally should not disband, but lend their valuable assistance to the exhibition of women's industries. The ladies met and elected officers, but, from cir cumstances which need not now bo referred to. tho management was not altogether successful nor harmonious in its working. Tho principal original oflice-bearers neglected to prominently identify themselves with, the move-incut after a time, liiid, although mauy were quietly wo...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 6 October 1888

Land Board. A meo'in'u. of the Local Land ..Board was held at the Court House, I'urrauittttu, on' the ?1th instant. Present : Mr. Harriott (in the chair), and Mr. Eager. The following business was transacted : — Applications under 52 Vie. No. 7 — T. Harris, I. AVall, II. A. Bligh, W. C. Nicholson, J. J. Banks, Louise Addersuu und G. Douglass wero allowed to substitute other improvements for fencing in wholo or iu part. Cases for record fulfilment fencing — In tho cases of C. H. C. 'j.'iiokwoll, A. Rugulsky. H. Mahon, and N. AV. Brown, the conditions of fencing were found fulfilled within the pre scribed period. In the case of A, L. Lloyd ex emption from fencing having been granted, no action by way of record was necessary. In the following cases applications wore con firmed as under. O.P. Applications— H. J. Spire, 70 a ; J. B. Ridge, GG a ; J. AV. R. Iieynnld, 1.3 a ; G. J. AVclls, 51 a: J. Brush, 5.3 a; R Moore. IU a; C. McAlistor, 10 a : U, Ii, Jack, 51 a. 'Iho following applicat...

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