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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2nd. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, E. Pearce and C. W. Lloyd, and F.C. Cox Js. P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

AYliDXESDAY, jAXUAltY 2nd. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, JS. Pearce and C. W. Lloyd, audF. C. Cox Js.P.) John Hill, charged with riotous behaviour in Church street, pleaded guilty in self-defence. He was discharged. Mark Miller ou bail, was similarly charged. He ploadrd ;r:iilty under provocation. He wai ! disci, n rgod. ' ' i A'iotor Sutherland v. George Allen. Nreg- j leotiin; to quit; and deliver up certain tenements ' at Pennant Hills. Montla-nt. represented by Mi'. Kompthomo, uleadec- cause to show. Plain tiff was represented by Mr. G. It. A. Smith. Defendant deposed to leasing the property in question from the Uov. (Jr. !'5uthevliiu-3, father of the plaintiff (agent). Tho rout liucl been tendered, and acceptance refused. In answer to Mr. Smith, defendant admitted that he had no money, and lie did not show any to plain tiff.. Tho Bench ordered possession to bo given j up, tho warrant to lay iu tho office for seven days. Plaintiff was awarded one guinea pro fessional costs, 10s wit...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Seven Hills. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Seven Hills. Tui! scholars of the Seven Hills rubjic School broke up for their (Jhrisluyv; holidays on Thursday, and on the following day attended a picnic provided for them by our estimable Mr. and Mi-.-. George I'eiu-ce, of Orange Grove, whore cricket and foot racin'- for m-izjs formed the chief feature of amusement. Mrs. 1'earce as usual provided a sumptuous ton, lo which the youngsters did imiplu justice, after which they sennrutocl for their rcsneetive homos, having * thoroughly enjoyed it very pleasant day.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 4. (Before Mr. H. Byrnes, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

TimiiSiiAY, January -I. (Before Mr. H. Byrnes, J.P.I John Culleu was fined .'-s or 2-1 hours for drunkenness, and 1 Us or l.S hours for obscenity, with .'is (id costs. John Stettler was lined 20s f.ir riotous behaviour. Mark Miller was lined Ills or one mouth for a similar offence.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Electric Light and Borough Matters Generally. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

The Electric hight and Borough Matters Generally. We have received the following article for publication from one of our constituents : — Tin-; report -jf the 'Borough Council when dealing with the adoption of tho Lighting Committee's report, ,.s sriven in the is sue of the Akgi-s of The 'J2nd inst., is worthy of a few comments. Of course it is well understood that figures can be made to prove anything. It is all very well to say that 200 lights can be provided by electricity for less than 125 by gas — that they are better and raoio constant and safer. If so, why is it that in the old countries of Europe, where labour and material are cheaper than here, and scientists are at hand to guide things, that so little stride has been made ? If the aldermen would tuko the trouble to read the scientific journals which deal with the cost of production of each, and the results, they would not make such reckless statements, nor yet jump at con clusions, on -?.-?? /Mr/c evidence — evidence given...

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

ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. Following are the weights for the meeting to be held to-day at Rosohill :— 'J'iik Uiianvii.i.k Stakks-I!1. furlongs. st 11- ' st 11) Tusi-aiora ... 8 7 Muriel ... ... 7 I C'haimil ... -S 1 Uhurnun;; ... 7 I faddy ... ... 8 1 Allic ... ... 7 ?_' Colen'so... ... H ?- Sunbeam ... 7 ?! l,ouely .. ... 8 -J Sonic Day ... 7 il Sleoltiiin ... S o The llyinieriti' ... II II Mormon ... s -- Singleton Maid ... li 11 Wanswnrtli ... 7 11 Sultana... ... li il Second Thought ... 7 U Myrllo ... ... li II Dona Vista ... 7 II Postmaster ... li 7 Fail-Hold ... 7 7 The Ititjah ... il 7 Albion ... ... 7 7 Jlheiiigold ... (1 7 Tin-: M.moks llnilM.K 1{.«-K— -J miles. Spoilt. Child' ...11 ft Harry Anil ... Il S Avshire... ... lo a tfreybeiird ... Il S Uobolion ... il 11 -Nandoura. ... Il :i Emu ... ... II 10 Don ... ... il 3 Ualway .. ... II 7 Veto ... .. il 0 Tim: Ci.viib Hasiui-.m-— 1 mile 3 furlongs. Umi-ei- ... ... s r, Stool Arrow '... 7 7 TmieliKtono ... 8 3 Timbrel... ... 7 5 S...

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

?PtUMlU'.lH.ANn BUIUHNG LAND \J AND INVKSTMKNT COMPANY. LIMITED. CAPITAL, .CIOO.000. Paul up uupitul, i'20,000 Uncalled capital, £l.'-,0l-n. Kovervo fund ?C'JUOO. Monov received on Fixed Deposit ut tlio fol lowing- Rates :— For 1- months, 7 per rent per immim. li mouths, l- pel- cent, per nnimm, And.') percent, at call. Savinsrs Bank Urum-li.— Deposits of One Shiliin./and upwards received, and six \\S) \kv tout, interest allowed on the Monthly Balance, and no notice required for withdrawals. JN'O. JAS. MILLEli, Manager. Ofiico— Masonic Hall litiildings, George-street rpitli AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK JL hank. l'A l- II A M ATT A till A NO II. ]'nul up Capital ? C.Mm.lKH) With 1KHVCT to iwMVU.SC to .Cl .000,(1110 Reserve F un.l ? 0510,000 ' Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits ill current rates Bills dUeouutcd mid advances made on up proved security. . . Drafts issued on all the principal cities m the H. M. TOD11UNT.KK, Manager.

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

THE ; CUMBERLAND AR&US AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING i AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF - TARRAMATTA AND SURROUNDING \ DISTRICT. ! s. d. l SubBcriptiou, per quarter, in advance 2 0 j Do. booked .. ..2 3 Single copy ? 0 2 Teems op Advertising : s. d. ' Three lines ? 10 j Six lines ? 19 ' One inch.. .. .. ..2 6 Each additional inch . . ..20 1 Births, Marriages and Deaths I (each) ? 10 | ? I Special terms for advertisements ordered by the quarter. i , Casual advertisements must be prepaid, ex ! rept in the case of firms or persons having i running accounts -with us. Persons ordering advertisements on behalf of | imy club or society -will be held personally re ' '.ponsible for the payment of same. * Advertisements must state upon the face of j them the number of times they are to be in 1 bcrtcd, otherwise they will be continued and 1 charged for until countermanded, j LITTLE & CO. | September 24th, 1887. ] CHATFIELD & BROWN', TICENSE...

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

A N-Kiv arrival of Oil, -loUis, Lin,,].. ,„„ -md Carpets place J. I,, liyrmsiua pr.'iiii...-i'po-itioii to execute nil orders on tlie cheap,.'*-, and best t.Tinx. Arrangements have be.-u ma le tohaii'- and mil«' bliuds of .ill d-scriptioi s. Carpets made ;,ud rcl.iM un tlj!1 cli 'ape-a t this - Anvr.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 5. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Till-: -SDu i i|It -?-r lit « il ,^t*3«» ASK FUUlTGUOWKltS' All VI if ATI-;. SATURDAY. JANUARY S. 0UESELVES. AVi: owe a vory big dolit of gratitude anil hiislon eoniially to pay it 'Dim SUCCUSS of till) Cl'.Ml)Kl:l,ASH AlllilTS (lllV ing tho yenv l.SSS wns so phenomenal that it really would have noinplelely ' stn'''-eved ' us hut iov tke knowLotlge that wo posse.ssod of the coinpoleucy oi oursttitt', and not only of its compet ency but. of its genuine loyalty. Spe cially to ouv country reporters and correspondents are we under deep obli gations. Without their generous, de voted services we should have been literally ' no-where.' With them wo are proud to state we are if all (here.' Wideawake Imsine^ umn. fully reeog- j uisiug thai siii-li wits Hip ens:- .?mpliul.ir- j ally, gave tlio Ainu:* ji ltn-ov liieasiu-oof: i support, tho result being tho abundnut | jiatrouugo of thy grout Public, and the j consequent achievement by tho Gust uimr.Axi) Anous of ji. voi:y r-ub.stautial journali...

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CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. Brush Farm v. Ce:;tcs A.— The contest be tween these clubs was brought to u conclusion on Saturday last and resulted in a win for Coates by 11 runs. Tho only batsmen who made any stand against the bowling were Hibble and Jordan, who scored 1!) each. The bowling of Byrnes and Patou was very good. Mai Tunks was also successful with thu ball. The scores are as follows :— Ooutcs-lst innings. Kugle, c and b J. Spur- Byrnes, b Dullard ... M way ? 33 ll'mwii, b . I. Spurwav,.. o Lonucn.cbJ.Spurwuy 10 Paton, not out ... '. 0 Spears, l.b.w.. b Short o Uuchaimu.bJ. Spurwav 0 Swcenv, run out ... 7 Sundries ... ...' 3 Dnnnan.e.bJ. Spurway 20 Culver, b J. Spurway... 7 Totul ? tOT) M. Tunks, bJ.Spurwuy n Bowling uverages.-G. Spurway. 72 bulls, 0 wickets, 32 runs; J. Spurway, Ui2 balls. 7 wickets, 3li runs ; W. Short, 12 balls, 1 wicket, 11 runs ; S. Jordan, IS balls, II wickets, s runs ; N. Cox, IS balls, I) wickets, tj runs ; 1,. Gallurd, IS bulls, 1 wickel, 7 runs. Sweeny,...

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

Electric Lighting. Wum.vii of the resurreclion of eleclvic lighting iu Fn-laud, the ' Sydney Moinii.. itei-idd's' London correspondent ' .sends the following bv the last mail: : — '?His Grace the Duke of Marlborou-h, fortified as it would seem bv his recent acqui sitions of wealth, and also by the presence and fortune of his AinoHmin bride, is mal;in ;.yrea! alterations and improvements at lile.'i heim, which is now li-hled bv electricity. This method of illumination, by the way, is still c.onsi-.leve.V too expensive by'the l,..n,iun corpo ration ami vestries for sircet purposes iu this not too well lighted metropolis. Nevertheless, n company lias been successfully launched for supplying the new power generally (liroiisfhout tlui fashionable quarters of Kensington, 'it is said that during next year hundreds of private houses in this western suburb will turn out; its gas and put in llio incandescent lamps of Ihe company. In that case other p-irts ,,f London will no doubt- take up the...

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

Sports and Games. CRICKET. Coal es B v. Kosehill. — Played on Saturday, nnd resulted in u win for Contes by 61 runs. AV. Tunks, 3 for 4, nnd T. Watts, 4 for IS, bowled splendidly for Coates B, while Langdon and AVesley were most successful for the losers. Scores : — Coates B. Falconer, run out ... 6 Lnngdon ? 16 1'iloher, c Booth, b Buhner, c Booth, b Wesley ? 33 Lungdon ? 0 Byrnes Jno., b Shop- Substitute, b Tjingdon 0 henl ? a It. Buvley, b Laugdou 0 Watts T., b Shepherd ?_' A. Creagli, b Lnngdou 2 Drown, Joe, b Wesley 5 Sundries ? 11 Contes G., not out ... 10 — W. Tunks, c XVesley, b Total ? K Ilowlin;; Aveniges.— Shepherd, 4-' bulls, ?- wickets, i-l nins ; Liuigtlon, S2 tolls, 5 wickets, 28 runs ; Miller, IS bulls, S runs; Wesley, os kills, 2 wickets, 24 runs. Eoschill. Shepherd, c Watts, b Tunks ? 0 W.Tunks ? 10 Smith, c Bnylcy, b W. Miller, c Kilconer, b Tunks ? 0 Witts ? 2 Wesley, not out ... 0 JSnifn;, b Wutts ... 0 Booth; b Wutts ... 4 Budge, c Buyley, b W. Dodds, b Wntts ....

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Lecture to Fairfield Fruitgrowers. GRAPE CULTURE—WINE DISTILLING AND FERMENTATION—RAISIN MAKING. THE SOILS OF THE FAIRFIELD DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Lecture to Fairfield .Fruitgrowers. Ci RAPK CULTURE— WINE D [STILLXKO AND I'ERMKNT vTJOX—RAlSIN MAiaxo. THE SOILS OF THE FAIRFIELD DISTTUCT. Mr.. Axous JIackay, instructor in agrieul iure to tho Board of Technical Education. Sydney, delivered a very iuteresliiis,' lecture on '?'-:! rape Culture, Wine Distilling ami Fer menlMlion, Kaisin Makiny, and the' .Soils of the Fairiield district,' in Mr. B. Dale's .Hull, Fairiield, on Friday evening, under tho auspices of the Fairlield branch' of the Fruit growers' Union oi Kew South Wales. Tho room was well iilled, and amonust those pfeson-. we noticed Messrs. W. Stimsun, D. Dale. J. 31. Trivett. G. Stiuison, and .1. tf. Townsend, and a good si.vinklim;- of ladies. Jlr. ^Y. Stimson was voted lo'lhe chair, :md in introducui.';- Mr. Maukay, said it was a source of -rent pleasure lo the people of the district to have a gentleman like Mr. Maekay come amongst them and aiford them invaluable information' upon subjects which so deeply concerned ihe...

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

FERRIS TBOPHY FIXTURES. Field of Mars v. Rosehill, to-day. Following represent Field of Mars :— Spurway, Kirby, Homers, .1. and G. Cowell, M. Savage, Mobbs, Jas. mid Joe Stevens. AVebb, Eugall, Hughes (12), R. Bowerman (13). Tho following will represent Rosehill in their Ferris Trophy match to-day airainsc Field of Mars ;— Colley, Wharf, Luiijjdon, Wesley, Shepherd, Budge, Miller, Thompson, AVick hiim, Booth, Pile, AV. Bragg 12. Galatea v. Granville A, at Granvillo to day :— Uutherford, Howlett, Hulmuriek (:(), Cluxton. Kennedy. Card, Christie, Puckrige, Whiti-ford, li.ic ley, (1), Floyd (-1).

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUP FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

CUP FIXTURES. Auburn v. Coates B, Anuus Cup match, to day. Following will represent Auburn : — M. Hayes, Everett, 'YV. Hayes, C. Hayes, Conroy, Fontou, Miller, Marsheland, Lamborth, Barton, Parker, Mantova 12. Coates A. team v. Bornsby.— Play outlie Albert's wicket, onSaturday, Jiiuuuryuth. The following will renresont Coatos A, and uro re quested to attend on thegrouud at 2.. 'SO sharp : — Bvrnes, Calvcr, Donnan, Lonucn, Nagle, Paton, Sweeney, Spears, M. Tuuks, W.Tunks, Buchanan 12, F. Tuuks 13. Coates B. Team v. Auburn. — Tho following will represent Coates B, and are requested to meet at Railway station at 2.15 sharp, to pro ceed to Clyde to play on True Bluo ground : — U. Coates', W. Coates, Pilcher, Watts, Brown, H. Bayloy, Banner, Falconer, Jno. Byrnes, F. Tunks, Hum™, AV. Bayloy 12, F. Meades 13.

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

THji pantomimes. 'Lurline' kept tlio boards till Tuesday night last, and drew fair houses. Miss Saliif gor established herself quite a favourite here, and is highly spoken of by all who camo iu con tact with her. As a financial venture, the pantomime did not reach expectations, but, all who did visit the Masonic .Hall woro quite sur prised at the manner in which the piece was. staged. Tlio scenes wore really excellent, and. reflected moat credit on the artist. The Snowdrops abandoned 'Black Blutr Board ' late last wooic, and substituted on Xow Year's Night a programme of minstrelsy,, which was highly appreciated by those present. Tho same company took part, Messes. Moyn h.-im. Jamicson, Jloilly, Thompson, Garlick, YYeekes, Jung, and Burton all affording- thoir patrons a great, deal of amusement. A good programme of songs was provided, and several farces and sketches mado things hum. Un doubtedly the Snowdrops are improving each performance, and it is gratifying to note the good feel...

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Amusements. ST. PATRICK'S BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Amusements. ST. PATRICK'S BAZAAlt. SI. Patrick's Bazaar, after a most successful week, was closed ou Monday night last and the result was most satisfactory, about .CWO being the not proceeds. One and all worked well foi' tho good object, Messrs. S. Taylor J. C Hillier, Connolly, Bellow, AVatters, T. 31.. Williamson, and others did good service its the executive. They wero ably assisted by Mrs. Ferris, Mrs. and the Misses Tuvlor. Missm.-, Uignoy, Mrs. Howmiin, Mrs. Brown and others J)r. Boattio. and Messrs. K J. Brown, AV Davies, Fred. Lester, G. O'Shea, J. 0. Mills, and others lent valuable assistance in tire musical department. Mrs. Colly imd her pupils also provided seme very enjoyable concerts on occasions. We would draw our readers' atten tion to the list of prize winners in the art union,, us published in our advertising columns.

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

Agricultural and Hotricultural (By A'.r;:sT.ME.vi, ) Tin; MiCKOSCOi'K.-Mnny objects are fit to lu'.k at, espechillv with iho Iowa- power- of the micro,co-.c by merely placing then, tu the st..go, or huldin-ihemiii the forceps: »i»c .-hoiild l;o ml in tho 'live-box;' but the v/ iis-sliil': is the must siilisiaotury \v;iy of pre serving an object, because the t!iin jrlnss cover -,..nls Tii nioduec ilatue.-,.-:. It vou examine some slides supplied by an optician, you will sue that tli..-V have not boon all preuared in llio same I mode. Sumo have on ilia eenire u Kuie ruifA \ ceil of yl.-i.-.s or of sf/im; black coun^kiu,,, , orVnri and eovewd 'wiili u thin kUi..3. Some appear to have tic; object, merely placed on the slide and covered with the thin glass: while in 11 -reafc iiumbei1. you will notice n peculiar clearness as thou ;h they were incorporated with the .substiUK-e of the slide itself. These | three modes are known as (1) mounting in j fluid, (2) mounting dry. and (:i) mounl i...

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Religious Services for Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Religious Services for Sunday. Cub-Jinn Oi- E.voi,ax]).— St. John's, Parra matfa, 11 a.m., :i and 7.15 p.m. (Archdeacon G-uuther) : St. Peter's, Sherwood, 7. 15 p.m. (Uov. H. Tato) : St. Paul's, Han-is Park, T.lo p.m. (Kov. Dany Irvine) : Toongabbie, :}.].'- (Mr. Roberts). All Saints,' Parraraatta, 1 1 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Rev. J. Bono) ; Christ Church, Guildford, JI.SO p.m., (Rev, D. Ji. Evans-rones.) AVkslkvax Ciiuhcii.— Maequario-streot, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Uev. P. J. Stephen) ; Baulk ham Hills, :j p.m. (Rev. P. J. Stephen) ; .Liverpool and (Jrauvillo circuit: Liverpool, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Student); Grnnvillc, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Rev. J. Scott) ; Smith lield, :i.i:- pm. (Euv. J. Scott), 7 p.m. (Mr. II. Denison); Jugleburn, iJ p.m. (Mr. J. K. Chambers) : Fairfield :! p.m. (Student) : Hol royd, 8 p.m. (Mr. A. E. Denison) ; B.ydo Cir cuit plans not to hand. Pr.iMiTiTK MivriiODisT Ciiuncu. — Piirrit- matta, 1 1 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Rev. P. S. Young) ; Toougabbbie, S p.m. (Rev. P. S. Yonu^) ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Prospect and Sherwood. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 5 January 1889

Prospect and Sherwood TO Till-; KD1TOK OF TUK Cl.-.MllUltLA.Vl) ARIIUS. issue of tlio 22nd instant, to find tli.it a person with so ni.ueli light aiul such knowledge of municipal mailers, and being mi much dis gusted with the uncalled-for covresp mdenoe, should think it worth, his while to reply ton nonentity. lie seems to be suddenly seized with a desire to. champion the Mayor and Council. But it does, not take a verv astute person to. pierce the thin disguise that veils the mythicil '?? Mr. Chapman.' ' Are not the pub lic quite competent to judge whether the Mayor compared himself with three ciniiti-ut judges, or whether, iu this oulnrlifeue.l a ire, there aro men foolish enough to. be led bv the nose without the light of this mythical person age, who, with one breath, tries to make be lieve, he hike.- a deep interest, iu the Muuici IVility. while with the ne-;t wants to know whether he. can evade th' payment of a just debt because his ralepapers (if he had any) were not dated. Ve...

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