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

Brief Mention. Mr. H. Taylor tu Intije late election as 'Carbine.' His ooloore, those of the old Australian champion, were everywhere. , Wi £*W Ht&J hoagratnlated the winner intheiiariion fight We may that, after the defeated candi date's straight and oraoefol speenh, at The Declaration, It woola be the height of bad taate for any ranooor to be allowed to exist oo j the part of thoee who had to flghtagainat him \ till Wednesday evening. - T&h hope all that was «aM on Wedneed ay | etenwvill be folly vindicated in the future. I 'How did we pot hi m In? ' cried some of I 0*EeUly*e sopporta*. | The men in the front rank— of the yonng i liberal's party — are not given to thai sect of talk. They know who pot the yotmg Democrat in : The ' people of Panvutta. The entimtttaemen loodeat in exultation after a political fight sever dream that they have jnst been, at times, bat little more of a controlling foroe then is the oork on the ooeao wave. Pony man does not lead Progress ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
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PROSPECT & SHERWOOD. Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

PROSPECT A SHEBWOOD. Miiuioipal Oouncil. The ragnliur meeting ot Iha Mnnlaip*l Coonell oi Pmpeet and Sherwood wmi held on Monday. PreMOt: The lfaTor (Mi. W. Noller), and Aldermec Holuer, Uostoi^ Jainieson, Jones« Qleadall and Perry. IXCOKXXO C0USBF0V9BMCE. Letter from Crown SoUcator, aaU&g for pay ment of balaoee of the torn of £45 half eoet of survey of Bherwood-road.— Beoeived, an offer of £90 to be made. Letter from the Mnnicdpal Association, con veying legal opinkms on varkms wtteri of gas mains, etc,)— BeceireA. heOet from H. Bastings, re rates on Camp bell Hffl property, asking the Council to allow mitten to stand over pending oompletionef the purchase. — Received ; request to be compiled with. Letter from F. M. Kenyon, re rates, sending 10s on aoooont.— Received. Letter from C. Botnan, re rates.— Beoeived. Xietter from J. Newman, reporting theft of lamp ohai n. Received. Letter from secretary, Atenyiands itate payers1 Asflooiation, eanveying reeolations recently passe...

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

? ; ? — ? ? v;| IJIEA DBINKEBS I rjlEA DBINEEBSI DBINKERSM1 ^ EC^OiftSE. ECONOMISE. ECQlTOlUBE. ? | IT IS AN ADMITTED FACT THAT j | 2 E'S T 3 E'S T:;| At V- Per Pouhd. 1 1b Equal to any Tea in the Market at Is 9cL ^ 6lb. dr X21b. Tins. Satisfaction Gnarantefid, or ' I Cash retained. ?* IS- XKY IT. TBY IT. TBC IT. :M ' Sole PBofKttroa — J. TOOHEY, 1 ' PRODUCE MERCHANT. Comer CHURCH A 'M I PHILLIP STB., PABBAMATTA. 1-3 All Produoe Lowest Uaiket Bakes. . ^

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THORNLEIGH. School Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

TH0BNLEIGH. School Improvements. Duties were resumed at the Publio School (Mrs. 'Whitehead's) on Monday. The school has been enlarged, and a new hat room added, and the teaoher's residence haB been painted and done up, in good style. The finishing touohes on the whole work are to be given this week ; and the increased accommodation is sure to prove a boon to both soholars and teachers.

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National Credit. MR. PALMER'S PAMPHLET. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

National Credit. MB. PALMEE'S PAMPHLET. ? ? [OosmroaD.] The system wonld admit of a regnlar method earning pot pubiic works -in all ports of t he | bouatt7,1ui| be«apabl| ojhrffonlating as snach lab^Ufjand as muou yduefasahe fiftr-six mil lions at present; indeblOdnes^iave doop, with file gv&idditfeeenQe that ttie«ebtwQBvdvbe a Ikationil one in very truth, tdlmlniihiug and inere&iig :as needs and -circumstances re quired. Public buildings could be erected, railways constructed, irrigation works undertaken, and other works of national magnitude and import ance undertaken, without burdening posterity with more than a legitimate share of the cost; attracting the best and shrewdest of other populations, insuring the establishment of numerous industries, and, in fact, altering the face of the whole oountry for progress and | prosperity to an almost unlimited extent. A I general revival of industry would be the result j — natural, healthy, and strong — requiring no [ aid f...

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

JUST BECE I V E D El R.M.S. VALETTA. THE WOBLD'B RENOWNED LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S ' XT ' BOOTS _L\. & SHOES. \ THEY WEAK FOB THEMSELVES./ *jft — 7&. Tbe BEST and CHEAPEST ABsoftment of Children's, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes always kept at H. E. BARRY'S Opp. POST OFFICE, PABBAMATTA. Wanted, To Let, &c. y iMT bat COME to mjSf/ H8 BEMNANT SALE. TITOwEY TO LEND on qM classe8~of 1V1 security. J0?. H. ROBILLIARD, ^Conveyance?, Parramatta. ONEY TO LEND.— -From £25 to £1000 on Appceved Security, at reasonable m 5 tere^U^o A GEO. E. H. BLACK, // f -, Church-st., ParramatU. s HfONEY/I^jLENDon Freehold, /)rclfcrd, JJLL and fSjfyfiecorities. FEBBJjfaCO., ? // ? MrAmatto. £ 'VT OTICE /-Impounded, at Parraftatta, from iXi Hospital for Insane, by order of Dr. Godson, one bay mare, branded like J (re versed) Y off shoulder, shod all round, about 8 or 4 yean old, about 14 hands ; also, July 12th, from Dural, by J. Booghley, one blaok t- heifer, no branfts v...

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Our New Member. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Our N*w Member. Okce more Parramatta has vindi cated its desire for Freedom, and its - loyalty to the principles of Pure Government and Democracy, by elect - ing as its representative in the Assembly . ?'. a brilliant and honest young Australian. We congratulate Mr. O'Beilly; but, . in a more pronounced manner we con ^'V!-£ratalate the town of Parramatta- in it has again consented, to Ve - ' worthily represented in Parliament. The'*, victory has been gained attar ;'fe i..-j ^hting, and its meaning cannot randerstood. The town has oc to rejoice with an exceeding ioy ; for we have proved what sver proved before, that the Old is dead 1 And dead for ever 1 who know what the Old Order neafat have occasion to be pro r thankful for this week's i We are glad to know that a i glad tale has poured over the 'from all parts of the colony Wednesday evening. I Alter the Battle. verdict of the Constituencies is emier Bum is to advance ! Even tive Councillors admit'tljaj. --The ly be a bitter one t...

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

SPRINGFIELD MEAT! MEAT of the Prlmest Quality. MEAT at the Lowest Price. And Made-Up Goods a Speoiality. / n/p ___ as « ohn Ma.li.oixy DESIBES to direct Public Attention to the fact that he has OPENED A BBANCH at PABBAMATTA, At the Corner of Church and Phillip Sts And for the purpose of giving Special and Particular Attention to the Beiail Trade, he lias 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 whioh will be exhibited daily. These and all kinds of JOINTS can be obtained dailyt OR FROM HIS CARTS, Which will call at your Door Early or Late. Careful and Prompt Attention given to all Orders, and all he asks is JTTST A TTtT AT - JOHN MAHONY, Head Office : 'WOODVILLB, BO AD, GtBANVIL^E. | ) CHURCH AND FACTORY STREETS) v ' I Branches : f '? t PABBAMATTA. I ' J CHUBCH STBEET SOUTH ) 1 WOODVILLE ROAD, WIGRAM STBEET, 1 GRANVILLE. HABBIS pabk. I .1... ....I... ............ ? ? 1 . ...IV.*- 1 I '|W |...

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

Births, Marriages & Deaths. Prepaid Advertisements under these headings 24 words, 1/- ; over 24 words, 2/- each insertion. I31RTH. BOBILLIARD. — July 21st, at her residence, ' Winton,' Church-street, Parramatta, the wife of P. H. Robilliard of a son. Tins (RnmbcrlanD -press. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1805.

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Polling Day. IN PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Polling Day. IN PABBAMATTA. In Parramatta, the Parliamentary ?'.election fight was , one of the _most ddqwate . eVer 'Imbwki. The Swpporters offeMh abia.fMr. 0'ReiJly dud Mr. H; Taylor, J.P., were early at work despite the fact that the weather was sot too jr .. ' pleasant. The scene about XI o'clock i ' may, perhaps, be adequately described !::: , u the words of an 'extraordinary' - which was issued from the Fbee Pbess fc . office about noon, and which read as |t. follows: — Ky 'Pollingcommencedat8a.m., and for some timo there appeared to be less gf-' activity amongst tbe voters than was jfj.' noticeable at an early hour last year. . This was because last year the political ;j, wiseacres feared hitches in the electoral machinery, and a consequent ' block.' The workers on both sides were out ' early; the blue rosettes being more numerous than the red, white, and 'j\ black streamers of the old horse. By 10 ' a.m. the desperate battle had been fairly entered upon ; but just about that...

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Granville. THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Granville. THE ELECTIONS. The polling at Granville was con ducted steadily throughout the day. There were the usual groups of political disputants ; the knots of listlessholiday incuring electors lounging through tne hours, as best they might; the ribbon bedecked oommittee-men ana political workers ; and the inevitable dog-fighfce, Bnt sensation there was ' none. Both | candidates were on the scene during the j day. . The keen-eyed ones soon dis covered that the tide was running much : in favour of Mr. Nobbs. The Pro tec- i down the line, the Nobha . party also seemSa !conMent. * ' At Auburn and Bookwo(^ ihe iabour men did their work m&inly in the forenoon ; and by to^ha^ jahpt their had oot 'j&i^maoh -head way during -tnst /Jul* .pmaiies 'same ' :iOI1^'e«w:WB(Vkwood returns Anbura' im- , 6 o'olook, p'' : j fight was virtually over. The Granville poll reduced Mr. Smailes' lead by over 6b, as jfai anticipated. I11 the presence of a crowd of 600 or 700 persons, the Bet...

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

ROOKWOOD Deaths. Two old residents of the district have passed away during the last week. Mrs. Elizabeth Agnew, than whom no one in Bookwood was better known, was carried to her crave on Saturdav. the funeral being exceptionally large. Mrs. Agnew, whose death took place on 18th instant, had been a resident of Bookwood for 80 years, and left several children — some of whom are settled in the Auburn-Bookwood district. — A day or two later another respected resident — Mr. Henry Stout — was also laid to rest. Accident to Dr. Violette. while driving about the asylum grounds in the early part of this week, Dr. Violette had a narrow escape from injury. His horses shied at some paper blowing in the path, and bolted into a clump of trees. The Doctor managed to drop out, and the groom was violently thrown from the vehicle and 1, — rpu., J ? 1 i.u_ 1 ? '''j '''j ui ™ uuggar was smashed, the harness was damaged, and the ponies were badly scratched; but fortunately nothing worse resulted.

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A COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

A COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL. In the evening, a complimentary eocial was tendered to the happy young couple by their numerous friends of Parramatta — more particularly the ladies and gentlemen connected with the Parramatta Social Club. Despite the attractions of the issue of Free Press extraordinaries, containing the latest returns of the polling all over the colony, the dancing-hall was well filled. Beautiful was the tout eiwmile, too ; for all around hung banners and ferns and floral trophies, telling in chaste, Bilent language of the good wishes of the ' young Australians ' of this dis trict, for their popular club-secretary and his winsome bride. Among the ladies we noticed were : Miss E. Hough, in black and eau-de-nil ; Miss M'Kay, fawn and brown ; Miss E. Drinkwater ; Mrs. W. T. Horsey, black figured silk, lace and jet trimmings ; Miss Carey, brown and pale green; Miss Chapman, sea foam green crepon ; Miss Gilmore, cardinal and black ; Miss Bowers, French grey and pink ; Miss Wilson...

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THE ELECTION. (To THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

THE ELECTION. (To the EditoeI. Sib, — As it had been common talk about town that I had taken sides in the election and helped one of the can didates, and as many people seem to believe it to be true, I write to say that there is no truth whatever in the state | ment. It is trne that I was asked if Mr. Taylor's committee could hold a meeting in one of our School Hall rooms. They were told that any. can didate could have the rooms irrespective of his policy. On those btoad grounds alone the use of the rooms was granted. I have never even dared to ask any one for whom he would vote ; much less work for a candidate, knowing full well that my position demands neutrality in politios except to record ay vote at the right time and place. — Yours faithfully, HENBY GAINFOBD.

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A Wedding. POPULAR PARRAMATTA BOY JOINS THE BENEDICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

A Wedding. A POPULAR PARRAMATTA BOY JOINS THE BENEDICTS. I On Wednesday laBt (polling day), Mr. Walter Giles, one of our best-known Parramatta boys, led to the altar Miss Clara Gorman, of Newington. The marriage ceremony was celebrated at St. Augustine's Churoh, Newington, by the Bev. Mr. Jenkyn, of Ashfield. Mr. John Lecky supported the young bridegroom ; whilst the bridesmaids were Miss May Giles, and Miss Lottie Hellmrich (cousin of the bride). Among the guests were : Aldermen Hellmrich (Paddington), Buckle (Pyr mont), Garthwaite (Rookwood) ; and Captain and Mtb. Murray, Mrs. Hellm rich, Mrs. Gorman, Mrs. and Misses Giles Mr. and Mrs. J. Hellmrich (Gladesville), Mrs. Buokle, Mrs. Garth waite, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Parodies (Croydon), Mr., Mrs., and Miss Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Gouriay, Mr. and Mrs. Bridget sot, Miss M'Mahon, Miss M'Beath, Mr. and Mis. F. Giles, Mr. and Mrs. EWayson, Miss Fraser, Mrs. Beid, Mr. and Mrs. Harkus, Mr. and Mrs. Meek (Newtown), Mr. and...

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PROSPECT. Return social to Mr. Watts and Family. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

.. p&ospsdTt : ' Beturn Boolal ' tlo -Mr. Watts and Family. A retnm social to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Watt and family 'was given at the Masonic Hall, Parramatta, on Thursday evening, July 25th ; and the spacious hall was well filled on the . occasion with guests from Smithfield, Blacktown, Seven Hills, Granville, and elsewhere. Dancing was commenced to music sup plied by Messrs. Edwards, O'Shea and Watters at 8.80 o'clock, and by that time the room was more than com- ^ fortably full. But for the fact that the evening wm a splendid one for dancing — cool and braoing — the crowded state of the hall might have been considered an inconvenience. Mr. J. Watts, senr., was the hero of the oocasion ; and in the family group near him were Messrs. G. Watts, F. Watts, B. Watts, Frank Watts, Jas. Watts and Mr. Higgin. We also noticed in the gaily decorated room the following ladies : — Mesdames J. Hart, navy and jet ; G. Watts, black and cardinal ; C. Hones (Granville) grey and pink silk ; H. ...

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

. *Tis not In mortals 46 oommand snocess. | sr'^ fp But we'll do better, Semprontai — we'll Latest Novelties^n High ?'.? Art Jewellery. A Large Stock of Spectacles & Eyeglasses to select . from. L MAXIMUM VALUE. MINIMUM COST. /fc^ the leading WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, Goldsmith's Hall, Parramatta.

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

gENSATION IN THE TAILORING. /aMpD0NAlF_TAn,OEING /, //^COMPANY /// (E. JttcDONALD, the Well-known Oycli/ ' / Manager), / Late of KING-STREET, 8TDNE¥, Has ^Commenced Business at OHUBCH3 £TBBET, PABRAMATTA, ? u' ? Near Lennox Bridge. SUITS may be obtained at LOWEST PBICES (FOB CASH) Or on TIME PAYMENT, to Suit Customers. MACINTOSHES A SPECIALITY, 7/6 deposit. Balaneeat 2/6 pet week. SUITS, £t Deposit s Bofuioe, 5/- par week. A First-class Sydney Gutter Engaged. CYCLISTS and CLUBS dealt with on Special Terms. rjl I M B E B I TIMB If you want TTMBEB and Bmamm/i MATEBIAL of any Dea5jf&, — 00 To— HAET, HITCHOTOK A Co., ; DABCY ajfBEET. *.* Beyf Material. Prompt and CaftSful Delivery to any part ol the District. ?: ' SPECIAL DISCOUNTS for SPOT GABH. ? ? t ? L . - ? ? ' ' ^ /i^VEBTMEAD.JEST^,®^ . . . .. ADJOINING ParramattaParkjAnd Close to /Railway Station, r Fnrthu^Beduotton of : ?--' '? 20 pet oeht. lipts^glSS. to 3^9feadh-r^El;3)0.- ' - posit, 5s pfcr mohthV^fl per oesi : -Inter...

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

THE PRESENTS. The presents reoeived by the happy pair inoluded dinner service, silver cream and sugar servioe and photo group, diver join dish, dinner servioe, Angora wool rug, 21 assorted silver spoons, handsome vases, silver cake stand, diver tea pot, China tea set, diver butter dish, silver cruet, plush glove-handkerohief box, silver butter dish, pair silver salts, silver butter dish, Japanese tea set, plush mantle drape, silver breakfast cruet, diver toast rack, pair' Omaru vases, set ivory handle dessert knives, picture and plaque, easel and painting, toilet service, ' silver bis cuit barrel, silver jam dish, wall pocket and moustaohe oup, diver spoon and fork, pair silver jam spoons, flower stand and jam dish, silver biscuit barrel, table oover, pair silver salts, Testament 'and Golden Text, pair vases, China tea set, diver breakfast oruet. The bridegroom, it might be men tioned presented the two bridesmaids with gold bar bioo^bes.

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

EMPORIUM, CliUPcli Street Parramatta. rn R. WILSON'S CASH MCE LIST. Six lb. Sugar and lib. Good Tea, 2s Sperm Candles, 6d per lb. Parafin „ 4i „ w Spgo, 7lbs. for Is v Tapioca, 7 lbs. for 1b Oat Meal, 7lb. bag, Is /?// Fine Salt, 81bs for 6d Washing Soda, 81bs. for 6d Whiting, 81bs for 6d Best Rice, 2d per lb., 71bs for 1/ Safety Matches, 2d per dozen Wax „ 3d per dozen English Pickles, 6d per bottle I Champion's Vinegar, 8d bottle I Fresh Salmon, 7d per tin Large Sardines, 6J per tin Small „ 3£d „ Fresh Oysters, 6d ,, Fresh Herrings, „ Hoffman's Starch, 4$d per box C. S. Co.'s Oolden Syrup, 5$d per tin Ditto Treacle, 5d per tin Corn Flour, 4d per packet Epps' Cocoa, fid „ , Soyer's Baking Powder, fid tin American Brooms, 6d each Large Salad Oil, 7£d per bottle Small „ 4jd ,, ,, Castor Oil, 4|d „ Large „ 7£ ,, Crown Soap, 4d, 6d, and 8d per bar Sand Soap, 4d per bar Sunlight Soap, lOid per box Extract Soap, Is per dozen Germea, Is per packet Granuma, Is per packet Biscuits, 3d per l...

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