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

SOCIAL. The events wo are about to chronicle under this heading arc not fashionable ' sassicty' items, but thoso events 'which, in our opinion, best mark tho progress that ' ' socialism' ' of the kindly genial sort has been making locally during the past twelve months. Tho Temper ance Causo made substantial headway iu this district during 1S8S, tho proceedings at tho moctiug of the Local Option League held in ^Mvvn inn (-.(?!!. in Or.fiilir-v Viiivmio* lloilif.pil l'.'lt.tipr suggestively to there being a majority in Cen tral Cumberland eager to oudorso all the planks of the League's platform. In August great interest was taken iu a very po\vorfnl logical lecture on the curso of drunkenness, delivered by the eloquent Dominican monk, Father Kavauagh. The meeting of the Cumberland Tomporiinoo Union held in Parramatta, was (as an entertainment) a partial failure, owing to the extreme moagreness of its programme ; but its credit (in other respects) was redeemed by the very forceful stat...

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

OFFICIAL. A Parramatta Heserve Company of Volun teers was established during the year, the appointment of Mr. Thomas James Burnett (Governor of the Fim-amatta Gaol) to said Company's Honorary Captaincy having been gazetted early in December. Tho first target practice of tho Purramafcta Rifilo Reserve Club took place in Fullagar's Paddock on the 24 th November. On August 25th, a grand military JVlJIll^lU ? J.KU .UtlLLXi; Ul J. -lLKllllil.UUI- ? successfully came off — the line of operations being from Eastwood to Pumunattu Park. Captain Ferris' s warriors and tho King's School veterans played n conspicuous part amongst the gallant defenders of the historic Borough.' A review of the forces under arms (close upon a thousand, and including- cavalry and horse artillery) was subsequently held in the Park, at tho suggestion of emeritus Captain Henry liyrnes. We may here mention that there is every probability of a new company being formed iu Parramatta in connection with the 3rd Regiment o...

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

OBITUARY. ?'J'lioilciul — The only beautiful win) cluingo nn more : The (inly bb.it : (lie dwellers on tliu «l|oa-. Of Kin-ins * nMlleil. Tliu (loud ! tth,,,u (rail ?.-'.? Ml ! They that breathe liaiei- air, tlmt feel, that know Thiiife's wrapt from us '? ' Many nro tho names of those whom Death bore away from amongst us this year, to our loss, though to fboir exceeding gain. In January, Mr. Robert Fuller, senior, of Dural, and Mrs. J. Ferguson, the wife of tho pro prietor of the Cniiilin-lawl Time* were summoned henco. In February tho district sustained the Joss of Mr. F. W. J. Lovell, ono of the founders of the Cij.miikhi.akd A nous, a loyal colleague, a thoroughly reliable journalist, and an honest good man : of Mr. Thomas Burnett, sen., one of the old pioneers, an old army (17th Foot) and constabulary veteran, better known to the'prc»'-inl !f«;eration as the sometime landlord of- the ' Cottage inn,' agwl 81) ; of Mrs. Dovle, the wife of Mr. W. Doyle, of George- street ; : of Mrs...

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

FOUND, n Coolie Pup. Owner can have him by paying expenses. W. Thomps n, Market Buildings, Parramatta. OR SALE, by~~Tender, up to December 22, WOODEN STABLES, COACH HOUSE, to bo removed by December 31. ^tpply, J. W. WITHERS, '' Smith-street, Parramatta. jTi ARDEN PUMPS, for Washing; Buggies UT or Fire Extinguishing-, 3s 6d. MURRAY BEOS. ACaUABIE-STBllT WESLEYAN CHURCH.— Sunday Evening lectures on ' The -Tun Commandments applied to Mod ern Life' by Rev. P. J. Stephen. No. 3. — ' The Second Commandment or Reasons njrainst the Use of Images.' Seats and Hymn Books provided for Strangers. P~ URE WATER.— NorfoliTlsland Bottle Filters, the only filter that will thoroughly purify the present Parramatta supply of all colour and foreign matter. Prices — 2s, 3s, and -is each. Sold only at Murray Bros., .Church-street, Parramatta, T- lib beach~~plaSt1r~oT~pa1is' X\j On sale at MURRAY BROS., Parra. matt STEAM PUMP and BOILER For Sale. Tho Pump thrown five thousand five hundred (5,500) gallons pe...

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

RELIGIOUS. On January 2-lth, tho Venerable Archdeacon Gunthor delivered an interesting and exhaus tive lecture at .^t. John's schoolroom, Parra matta, on tho Church of England iu Australia from tho foundation of Now South Wales to tho landing of Bishop Broughton. On August 2nd the foundation stone of tho Shorwood mission church (St. Peter's) was laid. On the occasion of opening tliis Church the Arch deacon remarked that 13 church buildings had been erected and 2 churches enlarged in this parish during the last few years. Eight valuable sites had also been secured, four of which wore gifts to tho Church. On September 28th the dedication of a new organ was celebrated at the old church on Prospect' Hill. In Octo ber we announced of the Rev. G. C. Harrison, M.A. (by this time probably D.D), late one of the classical undor- masters at Clifton College, (Eug.),.to tlio Hcadinastership of the King's School, Parramatta vice the Rev. A. St. J. Gray, resigned. On the first day of the year the ...

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

Current News O.v Saturday night or Sunday morning, Mr. J. E. Kelly's store iu Hurrold-stroet, Parra matta North, was broken into, and some cases of caudles aud jams stolen. The thieves gained access to the store by unscrewing a piece of galvanised iron and making a largo aperture. A screw-driver made of an old file wnu lnVf ^ ml ii ii it liv tlir» tViinv»v- 'I'lin tmnil*i stolen consisted of 5 cases of candles, one case ofmaizeua, and ono case of jam, valued at I'll. Pint of tlie stolen property was recovered near a creek at the .Brickfields on the following day. The Granville Presbyterian Liberury Society held their usual meeting in the Presbyterian Church on Thursday evening. The programme for the night was a debate, but owing to the pressure of other business, viz., the election of officers1 for tho onsuing half year, it had to be pospoued. One now member was proposed and admitted. Mr. Furrur was informed of his Humiliation and election to the pustion of Musical Conductor of the ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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[?] Oddfellows [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Giu.a-);u'I;.;e,d Distv.icfc, b:L U., ':. ._;. . ; Oc'dfeliowri. olii-.-r.-of Cu'mb,-.-!-Mi,l Dislricl ,'m . \\. , ,,'.',',.','.' .'. '. th-i.i Order of Od.lu-llows, wa i !,. I.I on T ;' : .biy eveni-e.- iu I he !-V.hou| of Ai-t 4, (?..-..,,.-;:? I'.G. :\i., -,!;-.,. T. M. Shepherd, ? .,;,.| |!, of i/rieuship fl'iin-amaltal dele-ales, I' I- G W. .I,,;,,-.,, I' I'.G.M'. I-'; l.-.lhvie-. and ??!! ,;' (I. I'vaii ; ilaiipy Thoii-hls (( ll-aa vilie ,!,--, -ai-.-s: !.' G. 11. I'eacoc-k and I'.li. .1'. T s,,,. I'rihi of Auburn (Aubui-,,', ,1,-lc-ales, I' (I ~ :' II. Lewis and I.'.G. (I. Winler: Si.-m- of t' ,- l'Vri-y llYnlV l-'erryi dele-ales, |'.({ i; Mm-phya-.d I'.G. A. -M.-Ky,-, 'i.ml uvo visilin - brcihi-,-11 from Teal's Kerry! All the ,!,?! ? at .' ; answered the- roll exc.'.!in':r AV.-b.-ome HiMiher Castle J till. The I'.G.M. declared Ihe nieet-n ?- dulv oj.ened, and iu doin- so expressed re;;-,-ef i:,:,'i, III! had not been able to ean-v ,,,,1. t- ? .„, ,j ?„. (??nlions which h-- a...

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Prospect and Sherwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Prospect and Sherwood. Tin: i'ollowin- minute was read by the Mayor of 1'rospoct ami Sherwood (Mv. IL T, Jones) at the last meeting of C.iuu-i: : -- As st.:it-..-me!its have 'been made huputin' c.\li-iiv:i-,-!!ij,-, irre-ulMi-itv. :iu;l -!i .h^--.r \ ? myself as executive -,{' this Council, 'ai;,! which slalomcnfc-i I believe hnva ei.inntiled from a lale ,-ildi-rnri-i, one ?.-.-' 1 . ,' ,;? ; -.: -.- vc-,- . occupied (hepi.M'|.ii.:i o-f M-ivu:-. \,'!.-h si;. - - incuts have been endorsed !'.- at le.i :i. one ,„' the ]ire.«-nf - aldenneu, I' have considered it lo ':!!;l ['l.V:'. v'!l^'j''vf, !':')- judge' tor'thwu- i!s.-ei-iioi;,; made!' a'-!'.-':L':V- pos'i'liw'i 'wliii-!^ iuvesiigati,,:, plap.-j (he originator of the;,. amount and permanence of ti,,;' work ' done the- uutrulhfolucss of' this s'la'temeut' '''f-ir - has been said i.bout the payment of £?-,-, fr - certain wm-k done iu discover^.- vro.,, (wroiiifly .-t-,le.l :w ..„, ,.,m];n. £ ,],;;;,. ^]m.o V . ampl.; evidence that (h...

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Coroner's Inquest. FOUND DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Coroner's Inquest. lWNl) DltOWNHD. Ox Sunday last, 'Mr. .1. 15. liuwden held an inquest at the I'arrainatta Dis.lriof I I.»,j ,ii ,-il, touching the death of a ma,., name then un known, who was found dead in a w:,t,rh,.l,- at the rear of Mr. Vorsylh's blacksmith .-hop, !-,„- nanl-strool, Constable Eggiutou § -lepo.*o.i to watei-hc'.Te'in'c'iu'^'''11. w!''1''1'' ll(1 f'iind'dece.- s -d in almost two or thro,! feet of water, hiu- f ,,-e downward.^ quilu dead. There iv:is.:].i si.:n of any struggle 111 llio vicinity. 1 nc-i-o were i» I prints lealin- to the ed-o of the- walerhol -, -which corresponded with the ixr.ls w.-rn by ,!.- . ceased. From the tracks, il. lip;..- nv lh:,i. de i-eiiscd had f -llowed a fence to (!;o wjlerhol--, I and 'witness was of opinion tb-,t, he ha 1 si, -,g. casional'l'y' Cbi on to the fence. Ti,,rc was I only Iho 'track of one person. Decem-l's hat was found on ihe tvm-.k, about three vnvds fv .in the waterhole. riiere were no marks of vi 1 cacc nor were the...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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An Extraordinary Mason's Escapade. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Au Extraordinary Ifes-oiKo Escapa-do. A:; esteemed onnvspondenl sends u- the fol lowing clipping from au rlii-lMi p:,,,,-r byil,.. j last m-iil :--\ii .-x|-,-.-io ,-.!!,?:::?-? aif-.ir h-n' bi -t o-jcuri-ed iu IVoii.md. (in TJiursd.-iy th.- ( ! ,--,„ ' Lod-e of Scotland h,-l lii.i quarlci-K me -fin-- hi the i-'reemasons' Hall, 'Kd.inlv.irgh,' (.., consider | among other business—' .Impulsion of lb-,,. Willi-im .IC.lwards, and special c.ensiu-e of II-,., J. O. i'rasei- and William Uohms.m, ,,lii,-.. bearers of the Lod-e G-b ic, Ko. -J.il.' u, .-,,,- i)i-u,-s Ih.-il. the oih-nco of Iho bn.-llir,-n uiiiu. d was iu admitting iw., ladh-stoa lodce:-,e l'u iil May la-it, when- the-.- saw and heard a , ? '- sidernble poi-lio;, ,.f the pi-,ccedin-,; «,,H,. [I, . loi'ljro was ?' tvlc.l in Ii,.- Tl,i.-d !)c-re.-. ' 1 |, , precise height' and .!?;.: !, of l-he' hivllircnV olfeuee luav be :;-n lie,--e,i from Ihe luinuio! lo be laid befoVe the (ii-:iiid l,od-e. It i-o-.m I.: .-,; on th:) occasion...

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Beecroft. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Beecroft. Tins place seems to be makiii!- a mov - Mr A. Cox, from Sydney, has a two-slorv c-i-in I roomed brick house erected, and llie'^-r.iiind-; hud out, and become a resident. Mr ' t, ? in. ? has i-.loo had- 1'.1 neves of orchard iai-i out, li') mixed summer fruit — and 'J vines, which V; Moi-un has the uianagement of and he j;'e', titled to credit, for the way it bus be,- 1- id ,„„ He has also had a lar-e tank- .sunk -,u I 1 h unit no mceiius tnuuun- ami l)(-c,);ni.'-- -, iei dent. Close to the same is Ihe brie!;' vard of Messrs. Hudson and Warren, who h:tvi.-':i l.-u--,. quimtity of bricks ruady for sale, and i;, would be to persons interest about, to build ;„ ,]„, locality to pay them a visit, and inspect the same. Not far from same Mr M-.eVm h 1 erected a buildiu- and laid out an orcli-ril a-,d become a resident, and a person iu «-:,nl .,f a first class bricklayer, etc., will find him their man. I must not pass Mr. llaiTi.suu's iilockof some acres, which is fenced and a nrii...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

THE TURF. AVe have received a copy of ' Hawkeye's Coming Events' the completes^ turf inteligoncer we have seen published in the colonies. Records, so invaluable to enthusiastic sports, are given in tubular form easy of comprehension, and so thorough aro the details that, as a, reference, it has l.'o comparison in all the publications issued by bookmakers, who hitherto scum to have hud a monopoly of this kind of literature. In ' Hawkeye,' the compiler of tho work, wo evidently havo a ' tradesman,' who only re lies ou the accuracy of 'Coming Events' as a guide for its success.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Local Topics. Tun mercurial MofusatliU), who is (in his own ostiniatiou) the Apostle- of Kulluro and tlio Grand Master of Literary Style, has proved, by tho pulilication of his so very funnilv fashioned .tmli-nliiin Cfirhtmtt* (Me, that., dab tlumvrli lie may deem himself to be in tho art of u-sthotiii composition, ho ousjlit to yii to primary school for a .spell to Set inoiMilalwl with some idea of Ku-lish iw »\\n is written by educated persona. Tlio ode is murvoHous eiceedin-ly. Why its self-coinplacenf. cuueootor should make tho'.-\n^eliv. host, limiil their 'steps eastward throu^b desert, wild it. is minify liaiil to see. What his .Huso may mean by tlio entombment, of a kingdom in nescience— if, iudccil, she meant imylliiujf by thu expression— (would tal.e move 1.111*111 a month of Sundays to liml out—if, in deed, it be not. alto-ether past (hiding out '. Then the ode suinrests such other «[ueries ns Why should an-els bid men rise who are speed ing- onward: Was it not to certain...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Pennant Hills. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Pennant Hills. OiWllAV.nsin M,o vicinity have bee:, in .i,-!i;..-l by the late rains, the trees are lookiu- f'ri class, and the late fruit will be -ivill'-. beue iitoil by the moisture the heavens 'bestouv 1 Tn the way of improvements, Mr. 1). Vishi-r'hiii had a neat brick cotlnge of S rooms erected and Mr. Hubert Kisher a sun- brick cottnw for hi:. man, showing his appreciation for Cu- ,-onifov, of his servant. I also had the pleasure of vis ing Mr. Ci, Mor.-m, War.-itah Nurscrv, IVun-ii't I tills, on the opposite side, lie has a s;.l.-u.tid collection of jilauts, shrubs and ferns, aU. sup plies fruit t-i-ocs, and I feel assured that persuiis desirous of laying out their gardens to advan tage oould not do boiler than to p-,y him ?: vi-ii and inspect his nursery. [This is a clu-ap ad vertisement, Mr.Morau. --A Nc-w Y.-ai-'s .-in infuct.] ' ' Ax Xm.vs ruiini.NO.— ?- lbs. (lour, -J butler, ?-}, currants, ?-}. raisins. 1 .', doz. eggs, put on at 7 in the mornnig, taken oil' at G in the...

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CENTRAL CUMBERLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION. A representative meeting oi delegates to the Contral Cumberland Cricket Association was held at tho School of Arts, Parramatta, on Monday evening Mr. Georgo Coates was voted to tho chair. A letter was read from AV. H. Neich, score tary to the Granville Cricket Club, stating that that club had decided to withdraw from the association. Tho resignation was accepted. Tho attention of clubs was drawn to tho fact that it was understood at a previous mooting that no fixtures should bo made with seceding clubs. The treasurer reported that the Galatea Cricket Club had not paid the ground fees, (22s.), duo for the cup[match, Galatea v. Rose hill, played on tho Truo Bluo wicket, and that in consequonce tho latter club had not been paid. It was moved that the ground fees due to Tnio Blue by the Giilateu Club bo paid out of tho Association funds, and that Association clubs do not meet tho defaulters until the default is made good. In the third draw for tho...

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Current News [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Current News Tin; Grauville Literary .Society had a most enjoyable ..miii,' tin Thursday, when members anil their friends journeyed to Geor-c's lliver for the day. A suitable place being- found, fires were soon nlight and everything began to show a kind nf ' Australian Xnnis picnic ap psarimee.' After refreshments had been freely partaken of, exploring trips and games were treely indulged in until nearly 0 p.m., when baskets were- repacked and the party after a very pleasant day, made their way to the UranviUo Presbyterian Church, where re freshments were again discussed. A vory pleasing and entertaining; social was held. Songs, readings, recitations and instrumental duets were rendered by members of the society, all of whom should bo eulogised in no small de gree. The feature of the evening was a recita tion entitled ?' i'lie Bells,' given by Mr. Brown in a manlier wliich entirely asserted his powers of elocution. Mr. and Mrs. H. Long-bottom gave two duets on the cornet and violin ...

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Foxground. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Foxground. Til:: unemployed are pnyivs-ii,:; v.-i-.h i.'., ne-.v roiul which Iraverses throu-h Vviuciiwiiy Crown land, which will be -.- vj-i-v t-^nvc-nien'l ro.-id to Thornleigh St.-.tion im- tin; n-.i-.l.-nN. and will -really euhauee t!io value of (helio vc-rumeut. laud (Keld of Mars Comnmn) in giving an outlet. The Government should t-iketii.! advantii-.-.; -?;' :iH '?.; ...c-ife.-.r. outlt-is, h:;vin-a large crianiily oi i.-!:;.i it: iheueih bo,::-!,oo.l. S-Mir: j)e!vo:i.; ::iv iu 11. e habit of ?1w,vi-;.' their rubbish iu Ihe roads and riirh,., ,-,':ivs in some eases, much to the annovam-e of 'their neighbours, who limy think ba'vo no i-.-hj. i,. expect a passable road. ; I m,|. onlv .- }: .w.-. a very slovenly habit, but. is uniu.i-hh,', uiv. . T'li: recent heavy rains iu ,-o ,,e e-i- ??-!:??-? wished away soil,' but did a lot of '--,;,'i '{n. fiv-shening up everyrhiu,' in Ihe way I: t-i.li;'.

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CRICKETERS XMAS TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

CRICKKTEUS' XMAS TRIP. One of the most enjoyable trips any Piirra mii'l.ii team lias evdr had was that to Kiitina Tin te:im, by the way, a weak mixed one, com p . el of S men, left Parramatta on Saturday Highland umvetl lit Bowral at midnight. They put up at Rico's Hotel, where they received eve ytliiug but what fcltcy wished, by payi'iiy ii 'in-top lirice for it. Sunday morning it rained, and tho team were for coming home ii gain without proceeding liny further. How ever, it clean d up early in the' forenoon, and arrangements were at once made with Mr. Gray to tool them to Kiama. Ho provided n splendid drag and team of four, and shortly before 1 1 o'clock tho party left Bowral with not a very good impression of tho place. On tho road 'to Nmvra, which occupied about 7 hours, they met with some of tho grandest scenery imaginable. They viewed tho Fitzroy Falls, and thoroughly onpyed the scene. Row ling nearly went mad over the lovely ferns, and one and all wished they could just manag...

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, (Before Messrs. S. Crawford, G. Pearce, T.F. Mackenzie, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Parramatta Petty Sessions. Moxdax, December 31. (Before Mossts. S. Crawford, G. Pearce, T. If. Mackenzie, Js P.) James Green, charged with refusing to give up his railway ticket, pleaded not guilty. He was defended by Mr. Kempthorne. Constoblo Maonamam deposed to having the defendant given info his custody at Granvillo on Saturday evening. Defendant, when taken in charge, said, ' i havo plenty of money ; what do want to take mo in charge for ; ' found a railway ticket from .'Sydney to Liverpool, also an excess ticket. John Marvin, railway porter, station ed at Granvillo, saw defendant i:n platform ; asked him for his ticket, when lie refused, and used obscene language ; told him not to bo a fool, when he replied that he would smash witness's face in ; ha refused to givo his name to wifuess or guard Wright ; doi'oudant went to leave tho station and witness detained him; he was violent and attempted to strike witness; he was slightly under tho influence of liquor. .Robert Wright, guar...

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Carlingford. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Oarlingford, W:: i.-.vc h,,d very heavy rain here, iu fact a de!;i-e, which has done a large amount of damage to the orch n-.ls -especially tho young ones -by washing iiwny ions of .soil, leaving .he tiers iVl nn;:iy ph-.ojs quite denuded, break. ii,g mauyd wn, sweeping away fences, culverts a- id brid-es, one recently erected at Mun-av's farm bv the Government being about Ii feet i:i loi,-lh. The .weeks were like rivers. 1 bolievj' it wns wit-bin .', feet of the railway culvcils over Devlin's Creek, and the thunder and lightning were most tcruho. ' It would have Iweu wors--,if lu-.'.l had fallen but the crops, as far ii- '. have sieii I .ok well, and a large .,'iiUilM.v of fruit was exported to the metro p,.li.- independent of the chmui-e done. The niiu has done a lot, of good, everything in the shape of cultivation looking (ii-st'olass. Tin; festive sea. ou having arrived, overvone o.i.leavoured t , take advanl-i -..- of th' s'r.ue, and the trains appeived lobe wdl p., rouized, Ih...

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