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

Ouk attention i having beou'cVilled to a para graph appearing in our issue of December 8th referring to the proceedings taken by Mr. A. Card against Mr. Thomas H. Ra\vli:igs for contempt of court relecting, prejudicially on Mr. Card personally for his action in taking such proceedings. We have been assured that the proceedings were taken by Mr. Card solely on public grounds and in the interests of law of order, not from any motives of self interest. We regret that the term ' informer ' should have been applied in our columns to Mr. Card and for any injury ho may have sustained in his reputation consequent upon our use of the term, and further we tender to Mr. Card an apology for the inadvertent publication of the Paragraph- ? ? ? _ BLACK FENCING, (5, 8, 10, White cross. ? MURRAY BROS. /COTTAGES to Let in Feunell and Shor V_7 streets, Parramatta. Apply, Murray Bros., Parramatta. CAWANAClI^in^hifeeTiiut for Closet Pans, Cesspits, Brains, Stables, Bust boxes, Sick Rooms, and Hospitals....

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. Patrick's Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

St. Patrick's Bazaar. YrsTi-itDAY afternoon St. 1'airick's Bazaar, full particulars of which we published last issue, was opened in the presence of an unusually large number of Indies and gentle men. Boubtless this was owing partlyto the presence of Cardinal Moran, who performed ' the opening ceremony in graceful and eloquent phrases. Monsignor E'igney and Fathers Grace and O'Reilly received the Cardinal, who was accompanied by Dr. O'Horan, on arrival about ;!.,'0, and amongst the gentlemen present were Messrs H. Tavlor, M.I-., C. O'Xoil, J. Bellow, J. 0. Hillicr, S. Taylor, and W. AVatters. The eight stalls were attractively arranged, and the stage was set out with some of the grand art union prise', as well as a very interesting exhibit, an orches trion, shown by Jergor aud Sous. There were every indications of the bazaar being a gigantic success. It will be continued during the week.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Electric Light Question in Parramatta. IMPORTANT DISCUSSION IN THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 December 1888

The Electric Light Question in Parramatta. IMPORTANT .'DISCUSSION IN THE COUNCIL. 'Shall there be light '—electric light— was the all-important question to bo answered at tliu PamiiHiittu Borough Council's regular mcet.im; 011 AVednosduy evening. 'And there whs li;.;ht'— considerable light— thrown upon the illuminatiu'- ducstion bv the aldermen. Tlic Jjiyhtiiijr Ooinmii toe's report, recom mending electric lighting us :i means for im proving- the street lighting of the borough, was brought up for adoption. The report was published in full in last Saturday week's Auous. it was slated in the report that under the pre ? sent system onlv l'i.'i lights wore provided, while nt a less oo'st 200 lights would bo provided for the streets and 100 for public buildings. The estimated cost of the machinery was.C30U(), mid a saving of .U220 per annum was calculated, uiul this sum it wns proposed to place in a. sinking fund to meet the principal. Alderman Dixou moved the adoption of the report, lie...

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

Christmas. Christmas. Christmas* New Yearo New Year,, New Year. Important to Heads of Families and the Public Generally. J/*»v BRpasmm&m ram~MmraipmraraeK=H^ Has much pleasure in calling attention to his present stock of ENGLISH AND COLONIAL BOOTS and SHOES, in w Hi §A - IyVI II™. il P ?§ Iffki i 1 1 iCs^ PL^ Ladies' Gents.', and Children's, which will be found on inspection to he CHEAPEE and BETTER VALUE than can be H If ir™! I 1 i m I I 1 ^ | BaH 3 PP^b purchased at any other Establishment in PARRAMATTA. Having his own Factory in First-class 'Working Order, his ^&* eMs3 aSsa b££s vl aszmmi&a n®k©^ salsa N3 esIIsi eMsbsss saSss w* facilities are greater for manufacturing a THOEOTJGH GOOD ARTICLE, 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 HAYE NOT YET TRIED HIS BOOTS, TO DO SO, as they will save money by Purchasing Articles which will give satisfaction. ifgHj*1 ...

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

CENTF-NNIAL. The Centennial Celebrati us were worthily commenced in the Parramatta district by I'Y-asts and Fntortainments tendered, on January 20th (Anniversary Day), to the inmates of tho Parramalta District Hospital, the Girls' Industrial School, aud (he George street, the Maequarie-strcet, aud tho Newing ton Asylums, everything being done by tho promoters at each of tho above named institu tions on the most elaborately hospitable scale. In the forenoon of January 27th, iu the presence of a considerable number of citizens (including the Mayor of and the member for Parramatta) Mr. K. Harper, J.P., unveiled the obalisk erected in the 1'ark to the memory of Lady Mary Fitzroy (who in 1S17 was accidentally killed by being thrown from hor carriago close to the site of the obelisK). Later on in the same day, the Mayor laid the foundation stone of the Centennial Memorial Drinking Fountain. The procession to the scene of this ceremony of Firemen, Oddfellows, Druids, Sons of Temper ance, U...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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MUNICIPAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

MirNXCIl'Ari. In both Parramatta and GranviUe Borouyhs as well as in thuMimusipiil Districts of l'rospeut and iSliurwood considerable activity in pro moting- substantial improvements— street for mation, curbing:, asphalting; yus and waljr ext-cn-iion ; i.'tu.— has been displayed duriny the year by the executives of the respective corporal ioiH. And not only in the local incorporated areas has the spirit of iiiniiifimilwm lii'pn at woi'k. but in each of the districts of Fairfiold and Mnithliold, Dumbis, Auburn, and Cmiley Vale, it has promoted most, well devised and persistent efforts to secure such a. muaaiini of tjelf-Lioveriiment as is ob tainable nude..- the Municipalities Act of 1SU7. In each of the districts mimed, the party for progress has met ooiisidurable opposition from an iuiluuiiliul conseentivo .section, 'i'lie now luuniiiip'ility of Fairlield and fcinitlilleiil was proclaimed in December ; and we consider there is a. fair prospect of n triumph beiiiic scored by the lib...

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

[?] Thk Ootiteumiil Your i.s -m tlio vitjjo of tlissolnlic.li. '1'wiw an ilium* mirnbil'f. in many wiiys, .mil craves tlio Irtbntc of an obituary niilii'o. ' ? liins ran nut ! With :ill my heart ' ' Vi-om my cliiiiv I miulo u start, l'ullitl the bell anil pivo a »lionl— ? lVter, show the (-:il Year out ! ' ' Tims )»', ivlio wi-otu Hie ' Sons' of the Shirt.' Wo propiso to play Poter tmil'' .show the Old Year out,' with 'nil formality. Mind, our Clmmiuli! of USSR will bo u purely local one tIhwj, tlicrotoro, tliat want to rctresii their nifinmy as to the events that took piano during the past Uvelvo mout.lis in t'yilney or Monaro, or Wipps Land, or Mosopotitmia, or l'ata f?onia, or other foreign parts need not rend nuv further, since tluT ntiiuwt ambition of th'e oonduutors of the ( itmiiKblasd Aiimrs is to be the aceurate and (boenusi) a«cuiMt«) tnisied Ititullitroiiccrs of rarrauiattn and Centr.il Cuinberlaud. AVIiat follows is simply a rmnue of the more salient points in the histor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

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

THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWISRS1 ADVOCATE. Published every Saturday morn ing at Pario,inatta. Contains the best variety of Local News Matter of any paper published in the County. Keports of Lodge Meetings, Entertainments and Socials in vited from every part of the county for publication in the Argus. Terms of Subscription : — 2s. per quarter, in advance. The Argus is POSTED to every part of the county regularly, to reach subscribers ou Saturday Morning. JOB PRINTING UXKOUTED NEATLY, CHEAPLY, EXPEDITIOUSLY LITTLE & CO., Proprietors, PHILLIP STKEET, PARRAMATTA' Building', Land and Investment Go., (Limited). Capital - - ^100,000, In 20,000 Shares of £o each. DIRECTOES— F. Beames, Esq., J.P., Chairman. W. H Wesley, Esq., J.P. Fred. Tidswell, Esq. Neil Harper, Esq., J.P. R. Thompson. Money Advanced on Mort gage on Approved Security, and for Building. Money received on Fixed De posits at the following rates : — For 12 months, 7 per cent ; for 6 months, 6 per cent. ; and 5 p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

Christmas. Christmas. Christmas. New Year* New Year* New Year* '- Important to Heads of Families and the Public Generally. J^ E^^ra,™ s^^^sr^i^^^^e^^^^^^^c^^, Has mucl1 Pleasure in callinS attention to his present stock of ENGLISH AND COLONIAL BOOTS and SHOES, in MR IT P iPa! H~IM H M fwl ail i_J' Ew^ Ladies' Gents.', and Children's, which will be found on inspection to be CHEAPER and BETTEE VALUE than can be ll if F*r [1 Nre M M P K i tII 1 |f' S &fn! n purchased at any other Establishment in PARRAMAT PA. Having his own Factory in First-class Working Order, his xfe^ cslsaidiacSa \J (dlb salsa %^ ossbi \a carers tsfes&l bs£2si ^ facilities are greater for manufacturing a THOEOUGH 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 TRIED HIS BOOTS, TO DO SO, as they will save money by Purchasing Articles which will give satisfaction. ^HH* Remember, all Go...

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CHAPTER V.—THE REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

Chapter V. — The Rewam. Non sedmultum in arm qui erat indesi pere nunquam. Fruetibus dulcet es in quantibus destrisalvo.' Chitty reached his shop late and found it was closing time. The last customer had just left and the till was replete with cash. The fairy photo smiled at his look of amazement. ' How shall I thank you madam,' he began with that distingue air which sits so well on him, — ' Thank mo ? not at all Chitty my boy. Come to my benefit when I visit Australia, and in the meantime go on as j'ou have begun. Do a kindness when you can. Continue to give good bargains to the old asylum boys when they come for bacca. And above all continue the system of keeping only good stock. Then shall the charm I have spread over your shop continue aud the doings of this daj' be repeated throughout tho holidays. For know that I have not really enhanced the qual ity of one artiolel havo only by magic power induced the chaum of proper APPRECIATION, And with a spring she was back on the wall ag...

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. MONDAY, DECEMBER 24. (Before Messrs. G. T. Hunt, J. Whitworth, and J. Foster, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

Parramatta Petty Sessions. MoXDAY, DECEMBER 21. (Before Messrs. G. T. Huut, J. AVhitworth, aud J. Foster, Js.P.) Ellen Hamilton was fined as. or 2-1 hours for being drunk and disorderly ut Potts' Hill. For using obscene language she was fined .to or three months : and for having no visible means of support she was fined £5 or three months. Sentences concurrent. George Johnson was fined 5s or 24 hours for being drunk.

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CHAPTER IV.—THE [?] TULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

Chapter IV. — Tin; '.'..wx tula. What art can minister unto a mind diseased ? SmoKe Baker's ' Gem 'and you will soon get eased. The Tarantula was very sick. He longed for death to ease him of his pain. To his bedside came Polly leading the Beneficent Baker. Yes ; he who in the past had catered for the titled nobility of England, and the nntitled nobility of Australia, went to the bed side of that poor fallen one and looked on him with compassion. He saw at a glance what ailed the man. He had been carousing overnight, and had al ternated his potations with inhalations and expirations of the filthy fumes of common tobacco and ' bar cigars.' One chew of the special pigtail, pro duced for the purpose, and one smoke of good honest ' Gem,' and the Taran tula sank into a quiet sleep. ' Give him, when he wakes, one of these nian illas every four hours, and tell him to be more careful in future. No! no fee. Good day.' And Baker left though not before the grateful Polly had imprinted a chaste...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

8. A, M. LEVY, THE KING Jeweller and Watch maker, -CHURCH ST., i PARRAMATTA, (Near Lennox Bridge), Wishes Everybody a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. His Liues need no Puff. Look at his Window. A Marvel of Beauty. The Prettiest sight in Parra matta, containing the largest & most valuable stock ever seen in the town of Parra matta. Every line specially reduced for tho grand Festive Season. Handsome Xmus Presents Handsome Xmas Presents Handsome Xmas Presents Handsome Xmas Presents Handsome Xmas Presents Handsome Xmas Presents Marvellous New Year Gifts Marvellous New Year Gilts Marvellous New Year Gifts Marvellous New Year Gifts — XT — s ila 111b JlJevy's! near Lennox Bridge, Jeweller and Watch maker, CHURCH ST., Piimuiiattii. hreat Annual Sale 2 Great Annual Sale. LOOK OUT FOE \. N. HUGHES' Great Animal Sale, COMMENCING Saturday, December 15. ?* 1 £7000 Worth of New ^ and Fashionable ( Drapery. . i Men's Clothing, Mercery, TO BE SACRIFICED. - ? 5 - Every Article in Stock...

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27. (Before Capt. McRae and Mr. S. Goold, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

Tuursbay. Deckmbeh 27. (Hefore Cupt. Mediae and Mr. S Goold, Js.P.) Alfred Arundule, Thos. McMurtrie, Kobert Mather and Alfred Ormes were charged with breaking and entering the store of Mr. J. E. Kelly, grocer, oto , Church-street North, on the evening of the 21st instant, aud stealing therefrom ono box of maineua, three boxes of parrafiue caudles, two boxes of sperm candles, and one box of jam. Mr. Bowdeu appeared for Mather, and Mr. Kempthorno for Arundalo. Sub-Inspector Latimer asked for tho discharge of McMurtrio, as he wished to call him as a witness for tho prosecution. Constable Welsh stilted that he heard a noise at the back of Kelly's store ; went round to the back aud saw a man run away ; caught up to him and recog nised him as Mather, did not arrest him then, but he aud Constable Eggintou arrested him aud charged him on tho 25th. Ho arrested the others on tho same evening. Mather replied 'I've nothing to do with it. I was standing at tho corner of the street when tho cons...

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CHAPTER III.—THE TRANSFORMATION. "—suffer a sea change Into something rich and strange." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

Chapter III. — The Transformation. ' ? suffer a soaehango Into something rich and strange . ' ' Baker had gono on his errand of mer cy. The beauteous one had taken his place behind tho countor and commen ced business. Mogarvey dropped in — for a bundle of Brovas ostensibly, but Taylor's foot got better and lie walked down to see the charmer. Ho was just in time to prevent Pat Hayes from falling with exhaustion after dancing a jig in front of the mystic maiden. ? A stout reporter came in and seeing the lovely one burst into tears — it reminded him of his youth— he said. A short reporter came in and made a par on tho spot. A thin ono came in and — But why describe the sensation ? Everyone was entranced enchanted, enamoured. And tho busi ness wont merrily on. No wonder ! Everything was found to be better than had been bought at the price before. There was a delicate aroma which clung to tho ordinary Bheingqld at threepence, while the Hansis and Nolly at five a shilling wore Jior do Mur...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28. (Before Messrs. J. W. Withers, C. O. Lamb, and T. F. Mackenzie.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

FmiiAY, Di:cK5[iu:i! 2H. (Before Messrs. J. W. AVithors, C. O. Lamb, aud T. i'. Mackenzie.) AVilliiim Mansfield was lined 20s or seven days for being drunk, mid Ills or one month for using obscene language. Accumulatire. AVilliam Wilson v. Kobert King. Assault. This oiiso was settled on defendant paying costs and a nominal fine of one shilling. Annie Adams was fined 5s or 24 hours for being drunk. (Before Capt. A. McRao, and Mr. S. Goold, Js.P.) Tho lads Arundalo, Ormes, and Mather wore again brought up on tho ohargo of breaking and entering. Mary Lucas corroborated her husband's evidenco as regards seeing the de fondants carrying tho stolen goods down to tho creek. The defendants were charged with the offonce and all pleaded not guilty. They were committed to take their trial at the next Quarter Sessions, to be held on Friday, the 8th Febru ary. Thoy reserved their defence. Bail was auplied for and tho Inspector opposed it. Bail was granted, Mather, self in .£100 and two of £50 eac...

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CHAPTER II.—THE DAUGHTER OF THE CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

Chapter II. — The Daughter oi? toe Cr.ouD. 'Eioh men. may buy their meerschum pipes Their Henry Clay's and a' that But Baker's cheap stuff's just as guid A smoke's a smpko for a that.' ' Par o'er the waters of the dark blue sea came a bounding bark. (All barks uouuu, except tue uarit oi u. nog wmcu too frequently abounds — no matter). This bark was bound to Sydney and bound to time. Consequently it de livered its cargo in bond and in due conrso it reached tho merchant's ware house. Baker came, saw, and pur chased. He purchased largely and never before had Parramatta seen such a display of rare material for conversion into the choice vapours of Nicotina. Never before had such value been of? fered, from the threepenny bundles of real American cigarettes to the rich regalias fit only to be smoked in the tyled recesses of a ' fourth.' And with tho stock came gems of art from the photographers' studio. The most beauteous of the world's actresses were there dressed (and undressed) in the ...

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The Christmas Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

The Christmas Holidays. Tub stir in Church-street on Saturday night and Christmas Eve showed that the intention of tho people here was not to lot Christmas of '8S come and go without some attempt to joy fully celebrate the occasion. In the evening large streams of visitors came into tho town from tbo district round about, and, although storekeepers said business was not up to Chris tmas form, thoy admitted that it was brisk ana something abovo tlio ordinary. All tho shops in Church-street wore tastefully decor ated, and we might go on enumerating the lot aud finding something whereon to ' ' proso' for a column or two, but as this was attempted by ' Our Own Bard' last issue in ' euphon ious' vorso, we do not see that there is any oc casion for us to disturb his melodious epic. AAre would just like to refer however to the grand illuminations at tho shop of Mr. AV. Martin dalo, tho popular stationer, Christmas card merchant, etc., which lit up tho wholo town ou both nights, and attract...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Tormented Tarantula and the Fairy Photo. OR PRETTY POLLY OF THE PIEBAL[?]) PUSH. CHAPTER I.—THE STRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 29 December 1888

The Tormented Tarantula and the Fairy Photo. OB, PEETTY POLLY OF THEPIEBAL1 ) PUSH. Chapter I. — The Stranger. ' 'Tia better to have smoked too much Than nover to have smoked at till ' Polly was an orphan. Off and on she had. attended school, but now slip was as often away as present when tho roll- was called. She ought to havo 'I-\ rtj-i« ni- ortTi r\rt\ xxrYt nn oil « itroa OQA11 Illf (111 observant policeman to enter Chitty Baker's elegant divan in Oliurch-street and glance quietly around. He scented a pilfering job and watched. His watch was a good one (Mansell had re gulated it only a year before). Polly saw Mr. B. — who had just been upstairs to put on a new smoking cap for the day for tho fifth time, and approaching hits, said in a voice broken with emotion. 'Are you Dr. Baker '? ' Ohitty blushed and said he had not yet obtained a diploma, though his knowledge of medicine, as of every thing else, was extensive. ' Our push allers calls yor Dr. Baker, 'cause you curod Bill of t...

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