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GRANVILLE. Political Meeting. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION OF MR. SMAILES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

GRANVILLE. Political' Meeting. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION OF UB. SMAILES. A meeting (ander the auspioes of the Labour party) was held in the Albert Hall, Granville, on Monday night last, when Mr. Smailes addressed his constituents. The meeting was characterised by great enthusiasm ; though certain supporters of the rival candidate caused some disorder towards the end of the meeting. Mr. Jos. Spears (Mayor of Granville) oc cupied the chair ; and on the platform were — Aldermen Dunoum, Kelman, W. H. Wind sor, and Lane ; Aid. Lidbtuy ; Messrs. M. McLeod, J. B. Price, B. Fairweather, J. Williamson, and Withlngton. The Chairman said ne had already pre* sided at meetings for Mr. Smailes, and Mr. Nobbs. He had given a great deal of con sideration to this election — more than to any other he could remember. He attended the present meeting as a supporter of Mr. Smailes, and he intended to vote for that candidate. (Cheers). He favoured Mr. Smailesr candidature not because he was a Labour man, bnt...

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ELECTORS' NOTE! [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

ELECTORS' NOTE! In another column is an illustration of a sulky such as Mr. G. H. Horwood, of Church Street, Parramatta, builds. This sulky is a great improvement on the ordinary two wheeler, and needs only to be seen to be appreciated to a certain extent, or a small outlay secures one, and then the appreciation can be complete.

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MR MICHAEL DAVITT, AS A LAND-TAXER, FREETRADER, AND DEMOCRAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

MR MICHAEL DAVITT, AS A LAND-TAXES^ FBEETBADER, AND (Reproduced throvph the courtesy of our Con temporary, ' The Daily Telegraph')

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FIREMAN MARTIN'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

FIREMAN MARTIN'S DEATH. The following extract from a letter from Mr. J. Aucterlonie gives the full particulars o! Mr. J. Martin's accident and death. Mr. Aucter lonie was one in Martin's party of miners, and is a well-known Parramatta boy. He writes from the mining camn at Stewart's Brook, under date July 21 — We have been greatly upset this week through the accident which caused the death of one of our party. J. Mar tin met his death in a very simple way. On Monday night we had all gone to bed, when an opossum started making a noise in the tree next the tent. Martin said, ' I can't stand this,' and got up to hunt the opossum. G. Warrall and I got up after him ; and when we got outside Martin was balf-way up the tree, with a lighted candle in his hand. When he had got nearly up the candle went out ; but he managed to reaoh the limb where the opposum was, and began shaking it. In the darkness he could not see what he was doing. The limb must have been rotten. Anyhow, it broke, and he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

: ? : ? ? ? : ? ? ? ? ? : : ~^7-- xuBVzszosr of the: tariff x -GREAT REDUCTIONS AT- ' 1 FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE KIPPEBED HERRINGS DIGBY CHICKS FINDON HADDOCKS | 7i» PER TIN. ? ? - ENGLISH JAMS, from 3$d per tin. SARDINES from 8£d. Best Brands Only. ? ? ? ? ? Special Attention is directed to tbe fact that one of the Largest Stocks in the District is on Sale at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE ; in fact, -yfe it is questionable whether any otter House buys as largely FOR CASH — hence tbe secret of LOW PRICES AND FRESH GOODS. In addition to the -J 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 3 of Goods of the Choicest description ; and two other Shipments m route from London. Five (5) Ton of Best GROWN SOAP for Sale at 16s per Cwt. Arnott's Biscuits, from 2Jd per lb. Arrowroot 4d Alum 8d Baking Powder — Batho's 8d ; Champion's, Aunt Mary's, Waugh's, Joe Hart's, Burge's, Soyer's 2/9 per half doz...

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A SEVEN HILLS ELECTION ROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

A SEVEN HILLS ELECTION ROW. At the l'urramnttn Policc Court on Friday (yesterday) the elections were responsible for r.n action instituted by Isa.ic Godbee of Seven Rills, against Samuol Beehug. of the same place, for assault. The parties were attending an election moctinK having to do with the , I Iruit{?rowers cannidaLe. ix»mpmintint was exercising his ri^'ht to address the electors, when defendant interjected a reference to the '* three-legged dog.' However obscure to the generality, the allusion was understood by the complainant ; who replied with a more or less uncomplimentary phrase to his interrupter. Defendant took umbrage, and at the close of the meeting ' went for ' complainant, striking him across the face. The defencc wat-, practi cally, provocation. The Bench inflicted a fine of 10s, with 106 witnesses expenses, and 7s 4d costs ; in. default, 21 days' imprisonment.

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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; CONSCIENTIOUS MEN; ABLE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

A Timely Word from the Pulpit. The Bev. P. J. Stephen speaks out plainly. THE SACRED FEATURES OF A VOTER'S DUTY. LIBERTY; CONSCIENTIOUS MEN; ABLE MEN. The Rev. P. J.Stephen preached a ser mon on Sunday last 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 oonduot, 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 tobe a poli tioian^nor a prophet,- but I .believe we are -eraking upon air eta -of* struggle ...

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A FIREMAN'S FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

A FIREMAN'S FUNERAL. ? The event of the earlier part of this week was the funeral of Fireman Martin, on Sunday last. '? As we stated in our last issue, young Martin met his death through an aocident At Boone. His body was brought to Parramatta on SatnrdaV/nlght just 'before the big crowd greeted fremferBeid at the Comer. In fact. just as {me candidate ~*w&s about to speak from abaloanyih the centre of the town the bereaved widow, was driven, weeping, through the assembled multitudes. On . Sunday, tbe ! young man's iurieral jtopk plaoe ; and snob a ! splendid 'demonstration ot symyathy haanot been. seen1 In .Parramatta for a long time. The funeral was oneofthelaigestewseenhere The Druids {to whi^;ordef, the, deceased be longed) took a piwhln^^^ inihfi bbseqaiea. 1 jLwge number of members aiihe looal Acorn | fcnu prarige Blossom Jodges,iatiehdrt at the |li0u|e-jhi\mouniing! raalia.'Brp,;Ck W]heat,e Jeadthe -hartal ,eBrem^nfr bf ^eBodciy in the iooiEF3ome3BM*en£ine.-ffi jridoh ...

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BUNAWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

RUNAWAY. On Tuesday last some little excitement oc curred in the vicinity of the Macqnarie-street Asylum through the bolting of the ponieB at tached to the phaeton of Mrs. Brooks, matron olfthe institution. The animals, after tossing out the lad in charge, took the vehicle up and down various streets in the vicinity* but were eventually stopped by tbe river at the foot of Smith-street. No damage was done to driver, animals, or carriage.

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In Bankruptcy. MONDAY, JULY 22. [Before the Registrar, Mr. F. W. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

4n 6antc-*uptoy* MONDAY, JULY 20. {Before the Registrar, Mr. F. V?. In the matter of Vt. D. Tny ii's 4wnkropt ^ras formerly orea^pearyd. and . the [?]

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BELL-RINGING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

BELL-RINGING. I On Saturday, 13th July, the St. Marks Society of Change llinge rs visited All Saints', Parnunatta, when the following men scored tbe first 720 ol college singles ever rung in the colony : — J. Pone, treble : M. A. Noble 2. J. Watensan S, T. Joyner 4, C. Howard 5,\C. Porter 6. The ringing was conducted -by C. Porter, and the time of the peal was 27 min utes. After ringing a 216 of Grandsire Minor and Sunday Courses of Kent and Oxford Treble Bob, the visitors left by the 10.80 p.m. train for Sydney, well satisfied.

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Election Lines. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

? ? f Election Lines. The following lines were circulated about Panamatta this week, by an enthusiastic sup niter ol the Government policy N) Tku^Dnion of the Churches has befcp Wired ot ' \mftch o( late, But that's not o( such importance as the (act these lines relate. The Union ol tbe factions who for generations The Taylor's and the Byraes's, fought in Paramatta town, lt'6 'mragh to make some dead 'una tarn over In their graves To that Hnghie Taylor the Byraes's help now craves— Bat so it is, and anion was made on Monday last When the veteran at his meeting tried to fire a fin A blast , . Which was to hurl O'BeUly from the former member's road. ....... Bat It turned oat quite a fiasle, for the blast would not explode. Tho' old opponents who of yore oft Hnghie used to dainn, minstrels sat around, all peaoelai ii ^ ]amb- I Some thought that the Mlllwiinm, long-looked 1 lor, most have oome. To see tn^ reoent foemen sit there so meek and dumb, As If they were expecting that from Hogh...

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THE HON. J. GARRARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

THE HON. J. GARRARD. On Thursday, Mr. Garrard devoted his at tention for a few hoars to his Ministerial duties at the Educational Department. Mr. Garrard, drove to all the polling places in his electorate on Wednesday ; but he found the roads very heavy owing to the rain, and at one place he was thrown out of his vehicle and badly bruised and shaken.

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THE GIPSY'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER IV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

THE GIPSY'S . , . . DAUGHTER. ' ' CHAPTER IV, — [Continued.) Who wu the lover -who, with ringing step, had vanished in the twilight ? He caught her hands. ?Boeel Bosel I feu yon are going in an -evil way 1' J'1:..' . :« Who gave yon a right to question xnef she demanded. tzV: « Bose: I love von I Love gives me [?] He took the long, silken, blue-black thread np carefully, and laying it across Sir Victor, s hand whispered, huskily: ' Sir Victor St. Maurice, I have known men to go the gallows and hang there by a rope like that I' Sir Victor turned haughtily away. What did that mean ? He had ques tioned Rose, and she had said that she ? scarcely Knew mi. warren. «« ui» lovers,1 she said, ' had been in London, and she had shaken them all off, and hated the whole lot of them. She could only love a gentleman. Aunt Doll always said she should have been bom a lady. She only loved what was genteel.' Victor, lying at her feet in the woods recited the -tailad of Sing Cophetua. ' Oh, I cot|d ado...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Looal and General. / /cYjme COLD SEASON. //-£, Prepare yourselves for the cold se^soqTljv gembgin the house Virtue's well-knmm Irish Moss, which will cure all kinds of colds, and set you up for the winter. To be obtained only from W. L. Pye, chemist and druggist (late B. W. Virtue), Church-street, Parramatta.*

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TAXATION OF LAND VALUES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

TAXATION OF LAND VALUES. TO THE BDITOB. Sir,— I would like to ask those who are alraid of a land tax, bow they will prevent land -owners reaping the finanolal benefit of every effort on tne part of the community. II we start a factory. Und goes op *11 round, and the operatives have to .pay high rente. If we enend money on the unemployed, land-owners in the neighbourhood find una land increased in value. I! people raise .the character ol a neighbourhood, ub hud goes np in vilae, and rente rise, to that only the land-owner finan cially benefits in the loiw run. How can -anyone object to the. individual oooupier being secured the 'lull vilUe whloh he oreatofcana the. community the fall value which' Us Btes«ttoe and activities attach to land ? *Whai law Ujuattee does this violate? II then Hoatice daman da ^devoting the whole 'of the MmmonUyL«eat«. Increment a land to public pnrpowe, h'olf can a tax ol 'a penny in 'the.£bennju^io lahdrffwneri? ??..UNIT. . The terribly hard fight in Parra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

' Let Good Dioe8tk-n wait on Appetite, And Health on Both.' mo BEALISE THAT IDEA, ^Granger's Machine made Bread WHOLE MEAL BREAD (as recom mended by Dr. Emily Brans) ; and MALT BREAD SPECIALITIES.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

i' XL orttoi Intended** in shooldhe oan-

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Parramatta P.O. Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Parramatta P.O. Time-table. Mailt Dsvpttl MaUi BMrirri, ? ? sjb. p.a aa. ' an, tobteU .. 110 1 SU 4 IB Baotkbun Bilk ? CO 6 10 8 16 ' fi BUoktsva .. 8 -0 4 80 616 Bnrwoo* ,.6 90 .. 811 MM .. tBO fitt 8U 7 Caatie&m .. 9S0 680 816 6 Otordoa .. 610 .. 811 Anal .. ?» - 6 «SR- SS * llu - r «55vffl* 11 410,610, MM) 815, ' .. .. 4» « 16 Mmtbmt .. ??© I ttvwpwt .. 81* 410 eiMiif ttayb mn . - 1 ..9 80 Iwtmm - .. I m - IU v .. .. 6 Bl£ ftpatta Sortb BrMUr Mifter 810,1146 4, 7 to JS8& ::!s '?Su ttdDMad ..810 410 ? 16 110 ISESB :: SS :: i» ffiSSw .. 4 -u 816 I aWwtto - 880 4*-8U ttSriBST .. 81*11 15 7 so BK-fr — iH fonwIlD .. d 80 »-llf ?rdav sifctu iifc ys, MUA...--. ?£ i.f flu eso 7. p -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

IMPORTER OF DRAPERY, MILLINERY, CL0THIN6, ie„ J'/f. ? ? ? 'VICTORIA HOUSE, . . . f/. Fuller's Buildings, Church St. NEW SHIPMENTS OF WINTER DRAPERY NOW SHOWING IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. Manchester, Household, and Furnishing— Blankets, all sizes, white and coloured. Flannels and Flannelettes, white and coloured. Longcloths, Damasks, Towels, Cretonnes. Art Muslins, Art Blinds in new designs. Quilts, Table Covers, Floorcloths, Linoleums, Carpets, etc., etc. Dress and Costume Dress Fabrics of all kinds, new and fashionable, in Fancy Tweeds, Homespuns, '?Estamenes, Foules, Cheviots, Meltons, Cashmeres, Amazons, Velvet, Velveteens, Plushes. Kainproofs, Waterproofs, Macintoshes, Mantles, J Capes, Jackets, Costumes, Boas, &c., &c. New Winter Millinery— Ladies' Felt and Straw Hats, Toques and Bonnets, trimmed and on trimmed, in all the newest styles and colors. Children's Flash and Cashmere Hats and Bonnets. Birds, Plumes, Wings, Ornaments, &c. Hosiery and Fancy Ladies' and...

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