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Borough of Parramatta. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

Borough of Parramatta. The fortnightly meeting of Parra matta Council was held on the 15th inst. Tho following motions were agreed to : — By the Mayor, — That the By-Laws Committee be herebv requested to draft amended by laws for this Borough, as far as relates to the care and management of the pub lic folds, public streets, Mid jpublio tliol^wKares, and subnSf^pufjpe to this Auh|cil. X That ttft Mayor be hereby authorised to expend the sum of £25 from the general account in repairing asphalt footpaths in the four wards of this borough. That the Mayor be authorised to ex pedfl from the water account ot^.tiiis Bmta£h the sum of £58 me® jjjmnent for sand and graved due to tne Htnu Gravel Co. V That Herbert Wilkinson be hereby apj/uuibou OASbuig uuiiug the period of ihis father's illness, and the Mayor be hereby empowered to attach the Corporate Seal to soph ap pointment. ' \j' ' That the Mayor be hereby authoKsed to expunge from the rate books of this council all rates represented to ...

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Father Keating's Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

Father Keating's Death. 'Qio ;-Bev. ''father Keating died at Parmmatta Hospital on Tuesday even ing. The sad event threw quite a gloom over the town and district, in which the rev. gentleman was held in sincere respect. THE INQUEST. An inquest on the gentleman's mortal remains was held on Wednesday morn ing. jv H. Taylor, J.P., gave evidence. The body just viewed by the jury was that of the Bev. Father Keating. The de ceased priest was cnrnte, with Father Bigney, when the latter was parish priest at Parramatta. Knew nothing of his friends. Deceased was at the time of his accident parish priest at Mount Carmel. Visited him in tho Hospital. He said tho porter on tho platform told him to hurry on — the train was starting. He had been previously reading in the waiting room. Deceased added, ' I rushed to the car riage. 1 had my umbrella in one hand and my book in the other, when I caught hold of the bars ; and as I caught hold of the bars my hat commenced to Ml nff nnd T lot r.A wit.ll o...

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RYDE ELECTORATE. Mr. E. Terry at Ermington. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

[?] i, Mr. E. Terry at Ermiiigton. Mr. E. Terry, of Eastwood— & candidate for , election for Byde— addressed a well -attended public . meeting At Humphry/a corner, Er minffton, .on Monday evening.' Aid. North (Ryde), was In the chair, and amongst those present were Aid. King (Ryde), Aid. Franks (Dandas),'and other representative residents. The Chairman said that in view of the flmiAlrotin tandonrMOB nf thn Itaid OnVfirnment. he (Aid. North) could no longer lend his aid to Mr. FarnelL That gentleman had changed his platform since lost election. He (Aid. North) would wain them against the injurious prondHols of the Government especially in re gard to land taxation, and the outrageous method of Uppor House reform framed by Mr. tteid. Mr. Terry, who was cordi&Uy received, said : — I offer mynclf as a candidate for the repre sentation of your electorate. 1 come with no further credentials but such as 1 put before yon at the last election, vie., nine years' experience in t...

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MARSFIELD. COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

MAKSFIELD fdOUNCII?; 'MEqppsq., The Marsfield Council met on July 5 — Present : The Mayor Aid. Fitz ?haidtnge, and Aldermen Small, Ster landi1 Wiin Lovell, and Whittaker. The Works Committee's report recom mended expenditure of £12 on foot paths in Watts Boad. — Adoptod. - Finance Committee's report recom mended a payment of accounts amount ing to £18 18s Gd, — Adoptod. Tbe Inspector reported on dairies and slaughter-house. I1p had visited the dairies, and found them in very fair condition. Mr. C. Krust's slaughter house was fouud in excellent condition. He recommended that a now license be grantor! Mr. Ivrust. — Adopted, . Application for slaughter liconso from C. Iirust was granted on motion of Aid. Lovell, seconded by Aid. Finn. From K. Watton, asking Council to put mrthern cud of Kent road in repair. Bcceived, — Mr. Watson to be informed that tlie Works Committee had recom mended tho expenditure of £1J. Tfrnin I ,'inil-; Dennrtment. drawine Council's attention to -raz- ifk' noti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

SPRINGFIELD MEAT! MEAT of the Primest Quality . MEA.T at the Low st Price. Made-TJp Goods a Speciality. Joftn Maliony s DESIBES to direot Public Attention to the fact that he has OPENED A BRANCH at PABBAMATTA, At the Corner of Church and Phillip Sts., And for the purpose of giving Special and Particular Attention to the Retail Trade, he has engaged a First-class Hand to devote all his time to the Preparing and Making-up of Small Goods for this Branch alone, a fresh supply of which will be exhibited daily. These and all kinds of JOINTS can be obtained daily, OR FROM HIS CARTS, Which will call at your Door Early or Late. Careful and Prompt' Attention given to ail Orders, ahd all he asks is TUB'F A TRIAL. JOHN MAHONY, Head Office: WOODVILDffl' BOAD, OBAITVILLE. ) CHUBCH AND FACTOBY STBEETSl Branches : j . . ' ? ' l PABBAMATTA. ) CHUBCH STBEET SOUTH J WOODVUjLE BOAD, WIGRAM -STREET, OBANVHiLE. HABBIS PABK.

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THE OLD, OLD GAME. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

THE OLD, OLD GAME. TO THE EDITQK. Sir, — The game of politics sometimes shows us a contest between open, manly, tearless, resolute adherence to principle and under handed sneaking, treacherous duplicity. One man may appeal £or support to a clean record, to persistent advocacy ot reform ; another may unfairly harass political foes, and bnbe political friends by thievings from the public treasury disguised as overpaid billets, state purchases of property at excessive rates eto. etc. SIGMA.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

The Old Australian, Grocery House, f , W. GATES, GEORGE STREET (Neap Chubch Street), IEstablished inJ8631, Continues to Supply the. Very Best Values in. Choice TBAS, y:' FRBSH BOABTBD COFFEES, and General Groceries. / With regard to TEA, a proper knowledge of Tea Values and Tea Blending A cannot be gained in the short time may be supposed from the number or Dabblers in that particular article who have recently sprung into existence. Having had OVEB A QUARTEB OF A CENTUBY'S PRACTICE D? TEA BLENDING, I venture to ask A TRIAL of my various Blends and other TEAS at prices within the reach of all at from -/9, 1/-, and upwards. Some of the leading Brands of PACKET TEAS are kept in Stock. Fresh-made BUTTER from the very best Creameries received daily. MAIZE, BBAN, POLLABD, OATS, CHAFF, WHEAT, HAY, STBAW .and best Brands of KEROSENE at LOWEST PRICES. ESs* Customers Waited on for Orders Weekly. Walter : Gates, ? GROCER, ? GEORGE ST., PARRAMATTA. TAILORING! CASH PRICES TO MEET THE TIMES. Aldi...

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Guide to Electors. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

Guide to Electors. Tho following information is issued for the information of the electors : — / No man can vote without producing his Elector's right at the Poll. To vote, a man must bave his name on the Electoral Boll for the Electorate for which he holds a Bight, and must Sim reside in umi mec&orate. A man is entitled to aa Elector's Bight, who, being natural born or naturalised, has for twelve months had his principal abode in the Colony, and in the Electorate for which he applies for at least three months before the day he applies. Personal application for an Elector's Right to the Registrar of the Electorate in which the Elector is living is im perative. A Bight is issued to an Elector duly Qualified, as above, who has never had one previously. A Transferred Bight is issued to an Elector who has changed his place of residence from one Electorate to another after he has resided in the latter three months. Before a Transferred Bight can be issued tbe Bight previously hel...

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Rookwood. LABOUR LEAGUE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

Rookwood. LABOUR LEAGUE MEETING. On Saturday night a meeting of members of (and sympathisers with) the Bookwood Branch of the Granville L.E.L., was held in Gormley's Hall, for the purpose of considering the situation, and forming a committee to secure the return of the League's selected candidate. Alderman Lidbury, as convener, ex plained the objects of the meeting, and was called to the chair. Amongst others present were : Messrs. Withing ton and Williamson (Granville), Alder men Dyer, Lightfoot, and Ritchie (Auburn), Messrs. Douglas, Abrahams, Houston, Keating, Donkin, Leo, Bissott, Pages, etc. The Chairman addressed the audi ence briefly, after which he called on Mr. Withington, who explained that the issue was — whether what they had gained so far was to be lost or added to. The question was — whether the representatives of the people or the nominee House should rule. The Government at this juncture were en titled to public support. If their measures did not go so far as some co...

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THE GENERAL ELECTION. Parramatta. MR. DOWELL O'REILLY, THE LIBERAL CANDIDATE, STANDING FOR PARRAMATTA. SPEAKS AT THE CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

THE SflfflL Wm. Parramatta. Mb. DOWELL O'BEELLY, THE LIBERAL CANDIDATE, STANDING FOR PABBAMATTA. SPEAKS AT THE CORNER. j Mr. D. O'Beilly addressed the Parra matta electors, again, on Saturday night. He reviewed tbe doings of the different political parties, and entities, in the Assembly during the past 12 months, and detailed the attacks made on Beid's Government. First, was Sir G. Dibbs' attack. That failed. men came tne attack of bir Henry Parkes and Sir George Dibbs acting together. And when looking back at that attack it was interesting to notice the sincerity and consistency of Sir Henry Parkes' action when it was con sidered in conjunction with his mani festo of 12 months ago, issued to the electors of St. Leonards. In that manifesto the veteran politician printed in capital letters liis belief in Land Value taxation and an expression of his conviction that no problem was so attractive in politics, or invited solution to so pronounced a degree as that wrapped up in the idea th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

REVISION ? OF THE TARIFF Z . J -GREAT REDUCTIONS AT FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE ? ? ? ? KIPPEBED HERRINGS \ I DIG BY CHICKS 7*» PER TIM. ? FINDON HADDOCKS J ENGLISH JAMS, from 5$d per tin. ' SARDINES from 8Jd. Best Brands Only. Special Attention is directed to the fact that one of the Largest Stocks in tbe District is on Sale at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE ; in fact, it is questionable whether any other House buys as largely FOR CASH — hence the secret of LOW PRICES AND FRESH GOODS. In addition to the Large Stock on Hand at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE, he has in Bond at the present time, awaiting the Removal of the Duty, a large Shipment of Goods of the Choicest description ; and two other Shipments en route from London. Five (5) Ton of Best OROWN SOAP for Sale at lCs per Cwt. Arnott's Biscuits, from 2W per lb. Arrowroot 4d Alum 8d Baking Powder — Batho's 8d ; Champion's, Aunt Mary's, Waugb's, Joe Hart's, B urge's, Soyer's 2/9 per half do/.., 5/8 doz. Barley (Pearl) 2$d, or 51bs for...

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MR. TERRY "ON THE PATH." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

MR. TERRY 'ON THE PATH.' Mr. Edward Tern-, candidate for Ryde, held successful meetings: AtDrummoyne.on Tues day,, Rydalmere on Wednesday, and Glades ville on Thursday. At each place a unanimous vote of confidcnce in the candidate was earned. Alderman Sleicher presided ut the Gladesvilie meeting; Mr. N. Iiirby (ex-Mayor) at Rydal mere. One or two gentlemen supported the candidate at the latter place with stirring speeches. On Friday, Mr. Terry was making his running at North llyde; aud a monster meeting was to be held at Rvde on Saturday. At Gladesvilie, the candidate was told that Mr. Farnell had said that Mr. Terry was spending £2000 to get in. Mr. Terry, as soon as ho heard the rumour, declaimed in his spcechcs any intention to bribe electors. He had given his committee and workers instructions to keep to the law faithfully. At Ryde, he intended to deal trenchantly with Mr. Faroell's alleged Assertions. The Rev. P. J. Stephen preaches a sermon to-morrow night re the citizcns* hig...

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ST. JOHN'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

ST. JOHN'S. The Rev. S. G. Fielding preaches morning and evening to-morrow at St. John's. The Bishopof Tasmania will give a missionary ad dress on Wednesday.

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WESLEYAN SEPTEMBER BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

WESLEYAN SEPTEMBER BAZAAR. The annual effort of the workers of the Wes leyan Church, ParromattA, towards the relief of the Church Building Fund will, this year, take the form of a four days1 bazaar to be held in September next in the Macquarie Hall. The ' Christian Endeavourers ' And 41 women workers ' of the Churoh are oo-operating in the effort. The committee will be glad to receive offers of assistance. — Tho building above . j referred to (Macquarie Hall) has been secured / by the members of the Baptist Church for bazaar to be held next month (August). f

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BAPTIST CHURCH, GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

BAPTIST CHURCH, GRANVILLE. Aji interesting little celebration was tho annual meeting of the Onward Band of Hope, Granville, held in the Baptist Church, on Wednesday. There was a very satisfactory attendance of friends, both Adults and juniors, and a programme of 6olos, choruses, ducts, A'c., wasniccly rendered.

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THE "TELEGRAPH" ON MR. O'REILLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

THE « TELEGRAPH ' ON MR. O'REILLY. Thus the Dnxlxj Telegraph : ' Mr. O'Reilly is conspicuously a 'white man' in politics, his influence in Parliament is for good, he is the truest friend of the workers of Parramatta are likely to get to roprcsent them, so I hope that in the coming contest be will deal a final blow to Mr. Taylor's stunted aspirations. Tho ' Shaugraun,' at Auburn, ran very suc cessfully last night. Mr. Snmilcv; had a splendid meeting at Auburn on Thursday night. Mr. Smailes speaks at Granvlle on Monday evening. Mr. J. F. Fryer prcachcs at tbe Gospel Hall on Sunday evening. The Premier will address probably 10,000 persons at Parramatta this (Saturday) evening. Castle Hill crickctcrs' concert on August 2. Prizes presented at Mr. Mulholland's school, Prospect. Grand social, St. Patrick's, Parramatta, on August 5th. Popular conccrt, St. John's, Parramatta, 22nd instant. The Parramatta Social Club ladies give a ball to their gallant M.C. (Mr. W, Giles) on the occasion of h...

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THE SPEEDY CURE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

THE SPEEDY CURE. TO THE EDITOn. Sin, -How can any one oppose a member, a consistent supporter of the Government at the present time without justifying the Council in thwarting the public will? To settle the present crisis quickly we should send the Reid party back without a gap in their ranks, and reinforce them by as many seats as can be wrung from the supporters of the Council. UNIT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

Late Advertisements. Electoral district of PARRAMATTA. GENERAL ELECTION. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. I hereby give Notice, that the under mentioned gentlemen have been duly Nomi nated as Candidates for Election as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales for the above-named District:— Names of Candidates. Residence. Dovvkll Philii* O'Reilly, Haytield. Hugh Tavjxjh, Churcb-st., P'matta. And I hereby announce that a POLL will be taken on WEDNESDAY, July 24th, 1895. HOURS OF POLLING : 8 a^m. to 5 p.m. f/J POLLING PLA/CflS^ '/ Qourt House, No. 1 Booih^JyB C. Town Hall ' 4 ' — K L Mc. „ 5 „ — MNOP „ 0 „ — Q R S. ., 7 „ — TUVWXYZ. Parrumattta North : John Crew's cottage, Church-street— A to Z. Western-road : Prospect and Sherwood Chambers— A to Z. HENRY T. JONES, Returning Officer. _July 19th, 1695. ? Q.RANVILLE ELECTORATE. GENERAL ELECTION. 1895. 1 hereby give notioc that the following gentlemen have been duly nominated as CANDIDATES for ELECTION as Member of the Legislative...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

. ' ? ' ' — ? ? ? — ? ~ ; ' ' '' g'. 5c Gee's Complete Fertilisers and Natural Manures. ;FOR FARM, ORCHARD AND GARDEN'. | 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 FREE on application by post or personally. A Further Big Reduction, March, 1895. Write or Gall at once for Price List. I The Sydney Meat Preserving Company, Ltd., Rookwood ; or to Thorpe & Co., Macquarie-street, Parramatta, Brokers to the Company. V - '? N.B. — Send for above Pamphlet 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 IS' Eggs are Eggs. THORPE'S Patent Poultry Food will double tb.9 pr--duc1on. Try it THORPE & CO., Macquarie Sc., Parramatta, or your Storekeeper. ? Religious, &c. O T/TOHK'S. — Bet. Mr. FIELDING preaehfl? -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 20 July 1895

Wanted, Let, &c. / OW FOB S — Young, Just E. J. HpjLiyjClifford-street, Parranuftto. ' O T\$3w&4* . ^t COME toWA£H^ «\ 1 y YgA^Y/BEMNANT SACSAj^fe. OB ANYTHING, and EVEEYTHfNG in the Grocery line, AtynAJ&Mp comer Phillip and Churdi */ ^SsDAY, at 11 a.m. ahai/ y ' T?6r FIRST ? CLASS TEAS ^ND J? GROCERIES of ^i^Jescriptions, Attendtfche # AUCHON SALE, CARDINAL'S BUILDINGS, 11 a.m. (TQ.DAY). g O D B E / /\V ANT E D . w WANTED, early in /September, House^yr 8 rooms, offices, stables, etc. Ncighbournofi|l Harris Park or Parnunatta Heights prefen w. Apply by Letter — / J. W. T. BOYS, \ Roads and Bridge Office, Parramatta. - ? AITioh-class scHQMjjjiNDEN Houre 11 Macquarie-st. Ymg^ms^. Theory Clatfau DatiesBesmned Jul^Bnd. ? / ^ H. DA VIES /ill sell the GROCERY Comer of Phillip utf&Church-streets, THIS Hgjr at 11 a.m. ? No Reserve. ? ONEY TO LEND jbn all classcs at aecority. P. H/ROBILLIARD, / ? Conveyancer, Parramatta.' MONEY TO LEND.— From £25 to £1000 djv ...

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