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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

BIRTH. ? BOBILL1A&D.— July 21st, at her residence, ,,-Wihfi6n^' Chhrcb-streei, Pamunatta, , the wile of P. B. Bobllliard of a son. ^ THE - (trnnberlani) JTrcc |ms. TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1895.

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TEMPERANCE VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

THE TEMPERANCE VOTE. The temperance men of Parramatta Bhould ascertain, before polling to-morrow, if there i* any foundation in the rumour that one candi date signed both the Licensed Victuallers' and ?the Temperance pledges.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CHEERY WORD FROM TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

A CHEERY WORD FROM TAMWORTH. Mr. Piddington writes to Mr. O'Beilly— 'I write a hasty line to wish you good luck in the name of 4 the Cause.' Everything here is in tip-top promise; and this time I hardly see how we can be beaten.' (Parramatta wishes the pluoky and cultured young Democrat suc cess. — Frer Prebs 1)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOOD BLACKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

GOOD BLACKING. A couple of weeks ago, Messrs. Thorpe and Co. left us a sample of their u Mirror' Black ing as now being made by them on a rather extensive scaled We have given it a fair trial, and pronounce it equal, if not superior, to any obtainable. It gives a splendid Tasting polish with little exerpon, is attractively got up, and at a low prioe. 'We predict for it a big sale as soon as it is established in the market.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEDICATION OF ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

DEDICATION OF ROAD. ' ^Borough7 Contwll' dl , Gran'viUe was ' reoeLv^foniiM..-coUficAtl9n of the dedication of Mona-slireetrHudsbn'e farm). ? £he Gazette Mtioej^^ iPiiblfjhed. late -last week ? Tne (Mr. Bading) is said to have : deolvred ,1hat pe. was V4npst tiiankfulio be4 harness at lasLV,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCIDENTS AT THE REID'S DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

ACCIDENTS AT THE REID'S DEMONSTRATION. The enthusiasm which followed the speech of the Hon. G. H. Reid at Parramatta on Saturday evening culminated, aswe have noted elsewhere, in his vehicle being drawn from TattersaH's hotel to the railway station by some of the more ardent of his admirers, fol Innrpil hvn flh»-rinir multitude cAvornl linndrr-ris strong. In the scramble a young man named Poland, who was assisting in the drawing of I the carriage, fell, or was knocked down ; and ! the wheel passed over one of his legs, severely bruising it. Mr. Reid, on hearing at the station of the accident, expressed considerable concern ; and left instructions with the police and railway authorities that young Boland should receive all necessary attention at his (Mr. Iteid's) expense. It it said that Mr. O'Reilly is also rendering assistance.

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THE UNEMPLOYED AT GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

TOE UNEMPLOYED AT GRANVILLE. It will be remembered that some two months or so ago arrangements were made by wbich the Borough Council of Granville, in consideration of receiving a special subsidy, undertook to provide work for some of the local unemployed. The estimated sum re quirea was just unaer sti&u— ot wnicn tne Government found one half — and it was calcu lated that the expenditure of this amount .would allow of the purchase, breaking and spreading of a certain quantity of road metal. Unfortunately the liberality of the Council played havoc with the estimates of the com mittee and officials. The Council directed the spreading to be done by day labour at 7s Gd per.day ; with the result that the estimate has been largely exceeded. Some £220 in all has been spent (including the subsidy) and there are no more funds available— though the work is far from finished.

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THE AUBURN ASSAULT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

THE AUEfCfpN 'ASSAULT CASE. The farther,, hearing of this cose wa» taken on^Friday. ' Prosecutor deposed that he left Martineer^a'liptel at 11 p.m. on' the night of the ' 12th tttttafct. in company with the accused. He..;ftJ3ed down a lane near the Meatworks in their company ; they then assaulted him each of the three assaulted him ; and h^Vas left unconsoiods for some tune. He mau his way bolne, encountering Garthwaite an$ BeiUy again.- They 6pokc to him. Beilly a^ed if he (Han sell) had seen anyone giving him (Beilly) a hiding, up the road. Garthwklte asked if he wanted to hsta a oat at him (Gsrthwaiie). D/dnUgive de fendants any pyovooatlpn not did they expUiu why they w|re-; nBflsnUing him. Cross examined pronator admitted he had three drinks witn cfwend&nb— rum and. cloves in each casfc. ? H6 was Sober when hfe left tbe hotel. He had been skylarking with defendants in the hotel.,., He did not call for assistance I when he was assaulted. He had laid the in- J formation o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCIDENT AT FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

ACCIDENT AT FOOTBALL. Daring the match Granville Royals v. 3t vile, at Byde on Saturday, 18th inst., one of the visiting players XEfdVard Boys) had his jaw broken by a blowr accidentally inflicted by one of his o^p6nenti.;a''He was removed from the field to the Prince Alfred Hospital, where he is /livmiJiiUT in latitat Mnl^ris^ nmorH«inr* well towards rec Qv^ry. . The .accident, it mny be mentioned, went to .mar . the unbroken i*un of victory which* hW kttoohed to the Granville Bojvlssi]t6e'th^-^p«nihg of ttie season. Tbe referte declared !^e . game- at an end ; and tbe clnb^whicht bjj^hg.way, is,V going strong ' in the trophy contf^U— had to be content with a draw, it'navin^^pn all previous, piat^es to datel- ' ,,f t \ '? i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Election Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

Election Items. The following lines were circulated about Parramatta this week, by an enthusiastic sup porter of the Government polioy : — The Union of the Churches has been talked of much of late, Tint tint a! mink {mmrianiW M itlA flM these lines relate, The Union of the factions who for generations The Taylor's and the Bynies's, fought in Parramatta town, It's 'nough to make some dead 'una turn over In their .graves / To think that Hughie Taylor the Byrnes's help now craves — But 00 it is, and union was made on Monday last ' When Hagh in Town Hall tried to fire a big * electoral blast Which was to hurl O'Beilly from the former member's road. But it turned out quite a Aisle, for the blast 'wbaldootcmode. Tho' old opponents who of yore oft Haghle usedio aamd, I4toJote#Majflgi*ri»-eat araoB^ aU pe^oeftd Some thoo^that the Millenium, long-looked for, must have oome, ^ To see snoh reoent foemen sit there to fneek and dumb, As if they were expecting that from Hnghle's lips would rise, ...

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MAGGIE MOORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

MACKJIE MQpBE; * ? Magvk-Modre,' supported by the Theatre I Royal Dramatic Company, gave the popular I dnuna i ' Rroclc-iOil,' to a packed house, in 1 the T«wn Hall, fferramAttfc 4* ®wday 'ftfght last- ^e^d fUonrlteV'wai the oemn at attractioL The faroe, -entitled, ^The'. tUn^vt^^ion--r^FaB ^Iso j^vch,/a,wi£ich: caused a great dpal dMaoghter. Miss Maggie ftjpafe i«rier-d: nujmil iaottgs during, --Uie, -vnfitog,-'* ' '

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A Timely Word from the Pulpit. The Rev. P. J. Stephen speaks out plainly. THE SACRED FEATURES OF A VOTER'S DUTY. LIBERTY; CONSGIENTIOUS MEN; ABLE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

A TimeJy \Word from the The Bev. P. J. Stephen speaks ont plainly. THE SACBpD j ITCATpBES OF A VOTER'S. DUTY. ' LIBEBTY; OONSGCENTIOU S MEN ; , - Able men. The Bev. P.J. Stephen preached a ser mon on Sunday night at the Parramatta Wesleyan Church on the higher aspect of the citizen's duty during the elec tions. We have pleasure in reprinting the following extract from the powerful and logical discourse. Religion, to me, involves the whole direction of my life. It is not a thing to be conjured with, and made a cloak. It must exercise a real influence over my conduct, and I trust God will help me to apply its principles to every ques tion that bears upon practical life. This is my only apology for a sermon on the general election. Now, that I may place what I have to say clearly before you, I want to ask, in the first place, what are the moral issues of the present crisis ? (1) Now, I don't pretend to be a poli tician, nor a prophet, but I believe we which will mean years of unrest an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. D. O'REILLY IN NORTH PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

MR. D. O'BEILLY IN NOBTH * PARRAMATTA. Mr. D. O'Beilly addressed a meeting in the Centenary Hall, Parramatta, on Thursday evening, Aid. Jno. Saunders in the chair. The hull was crowded to the doors. Mr. O'Reilly spoke at ooneiderable length on the Land Act recently passed at the instance of the present Ministiy. He explained its provisions in de I lau, ana ciaimea ior tne uovernmeni creait ior ! carrying a nkas ore embracing such features as were to be found in the Act. He reviewed the Upper House reform proposals of the Premier, and spoke in explanation of the proposed land value taxation rejected by the Upper House. He denounced the ooalition ; and colled on the people of Parramatta io rally to the support of the first Democratic Premier the colony had Been. He explained that the questions at issue had nothing to do 'with local divisions or sectarian differences — It was a fluestion relat ing to their common citizenship. At the close of his vigorou^addresa, a vote of confidence wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

IBehobpb's Hotel,| CHUBCH STEEET, Kv ' IPABBAMATTA NORTH. |§ .TZTENBY THORPE, Pbohuktor.; gift? IDie following Brands always in Stock Shamrook Whiskey (qts.) .. 5 /? Barkers ??? Whiskey .. .. 4/- b't'le. ft'-'-'.' ? Brown's 4-Crown Whiskey .. 4/8 „ j Usher's Special .... .. 4/6 „ | § '? — i£.\ Guinness'e Stout and Best Brands English iy. ',- Ale, 10/- per Doien. ;4'- Lowndes' Bum a Speciality. ' iS .. . Visitors will find this one of the most Comfort able and Homelj Hotels in Parramatta. 4 ? ? Tkrms Modkbjltk. . ? ? I'-.' Towers and Maston, BAKERS & PASTBYCOOKS, ft Desire to inform their numerous Patrons that ' they have BEMOVED to their New * Premises, MARSDEN-ST., SOUTH PABBAMATTA, And respectfully ask for a CONTINUANCE OF THE IB SUPPOBT. The Public are invited to visit the premises -and judge for themselves of the nature of the Ingredients used in the Manufacture of our Bread and Pastry. MALT BREAD A SPECIALITY. A Trial Solicited. P. Bowman (Late Caster to Granges), FANCY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 23 July 1895

FOB BALE/jfya&ng, strong Plough very gentle, 7 years, at PEABCE'S seft Friday. / . / ~rVANOIN-Zf UATUltDAV, 8 till 5 ; Is 8d/ U Lfssqft./ BUSS KENT, corner All**' and O'yoyeU streets. ? Election Notices, &c. LECTOBAL DISTRICT OF PABBAHA.TTA. GENERAL ELECTION. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. I hereby give Notice, that the under mentioned gentlemen have been duly Nomi nated as Candidates for Eleotion as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales for the above-named District : — Names of Candidates. Besidence. Dowell Phdud O'Beilly, Hayfield. Hugh Tatlob, Ohuroh-st., Fmatta. And I hereby announce that a POLL will be taken on WEDNESDAY, July 24th, 1895. HOUBS OF POLLING : 6 am. to 0 pan. j POLLING FLACKS : JCqurf House, No. 1 Booth — A BQ ) // fTk :: \ :: -WfL ' JlWn Hall „ 4 „ — K LW jO ' ' „ „ 5 „ — MN(TP/ » 6 .. -QB £ „ 7 „ — TUVWXYZ. Pammattta North : John Crew's oottage, Church -street — A to Z. Western-road : Prospect and Sherwood Chambers — A to Z. HENBY T....

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Mr. H. Taylor's Candidature. MEETING IN TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Kr. H. Taylor's Candidature. ?MEETING IN TOWN HALL. S? A publio meeting of tbe supporters | : of Mr. Hugh Taylor'B candidature for S v ' Parramatta was held in the local Town Hall on Monday evening. The body ? ' of the hall and gallery were crowded to Sj:' the fullest. j.v Alflnrmm Millet occupied tbe chair, and on the stage were Alderman C. J. Byrnes (Mayor), Alderman Moxham, )£». J. Taylor, J. W. Hill, W. A. ife1 ° Brodie, W. Wattere, H. Fullagar and ' ' ? others. ' Mr. C. J. Bwnqs sspoke at great length in favourN^Molicy of fiscal ®r' . ? rest, and in opposition^ the Govern ? ment proposals. DunBg his speech J/. , considerable excitement arose out of a ; disturbance in tbe back of the hall, and J. one or more offenders were ejected, '-.v '.Mr;- -H. Taylor's appearance on the ? stage of the ball about 9 p.m. was ? : the signal for loud applause. Moxham then spoke -against -a National Land Value Tax, i';;. in favour of land taxation under - ^ Looal Government. j :v Mr. Byrnes then ...

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G. H. Reid in Parramatta. A MAGNIFICENT RECEPTION. TEE PREMIER ON THE SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

G. H. Reid in Parramatta. A MAGNIFICENT RECEPTION. THE PREMIER OK THE SITUATION. S»./. An immense crowd, numbering some 6000 |W. . parsons, occupied tbe main corner of Parra ? - matta (Church and Geoige streets) on Saturday frV night last, od the occasion o! the visit ol the . ^ ^ Hon.the Premier (Mr. G. H. Beid) to the a.* x 'fenrpjto support the candidature of Mr. Dowell ^Sfeamier readied the scene at about 8.80 p.m., and was received with deafening cheers, $}, sdngled with a lew faint hooto. 1^.*- Mr. O'Beilly, before the Premier arrived, AokB 'Qi the straggle in front of them. He m\mA thai wiphl ? ? ? ? iand to * wel o were food tion in o him present ywaent [?] town appeared. so thoroughly in earnest in political matters. It was a grand, thing when Sheyoangmen of country started to wake op ' the old fossils.' The Upper Boose had, for Tears, been allowed, with impunity, to check the progress of l^ala^on. t He; was glad to say that, from Mb atoeptanoe of offioe, he had told the Co...

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THE GREAT IRISH REFORMER ON THE LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

THE GREAT IRISH BEFOBMER ON THE LAND QUESTION. Bpeaking at Melbourne on 8th June, in acknowledgment of the presentation of an ^illuminated address in recognition ot his labours on behalf of the land reform move ment, My. Davitt said ; ' It was not a fact that all taxation was to be levied on the agricultural industry, whilst th.e capitalist manufacturer and others were to be alWed to go s-p*,free. The reverse at that impression was what he believed was meant by the Badioal land reform movement. In the old country that movement aimed at taking off all burdens from agricultural industry, and re moving taxes from land improved by culti vation, so that labour might be applied to the soil in the fullest manner possible. He was repre sented as saying in the oourse of an interview with a journalist in Adelaide, 11 that no intelli gent workman would ever consent to a departure from freetrade principles, ' and the public were led to believe that be applied the remark ani a. Suoh was not tne ...

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The Premier's Visit to Parramatta. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

The Framier'a Visit to Parramatta. ' Tbe intimation that the Premier was to epeak from the balcony of Tattersall's ? Hotel, 'Parramatta, on Saturday even - ing, .in .aid of tbe candidature of llr. 1 DoTrell: O'Beilly, inade'tli6 corner,' . for tbe time being, the most important. w : ot au tustrict piaoes tor miles around.. * The hour wbb set down as 8 p.m. At Vi; \ 7.18 the crowd commenced to gather, andat7.80, ' from the furthest wards ' ' all sorts and conditions of men, and even women, were hurriedly converging on the historic intersection dedi cated to hustings oratory since the earliest days. By 7.45 p.m. i ' the crowd had grown from hundreds to . thousands. At 8 o'clock the four avenues commanded from the corner were blocked, a hundred yards and more down each way ; then the rustle of thouBandB of moving feet — tbe dull hum . of a waiting multitude — the upturning of hundreds of faces beneath the street lamp opposite, and of yet other and other hundreds more dimly lighted to r...

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MR. HUGH TAYLOR AND THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

MR. HUGH TAYLOR AND THE ELECTION. We understand that a meeting is on foot, to defray Mr. Hugh Taylor's expenses in the late campaign by publio subscription. Towards that end, a meeting of friends and supporters of that gentleman is to be held early next week.

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