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A Roundabout Paper. THIS POSSIBILITIES OF PARRAMATTA AND THE COUNTY. PER FAVOUR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 12 January 1889

A Roundabout Paper, THE POSSIBILITIES OF PARRAMATTA AND THE COUNTY. l'Elt VAVOUK O*' THE CUMBERLAND A110U3. Silt, — After hearing no end of comments re garding ihe water and other thing's— say in general— during the last few weeks, I went up and examined the reservoir and its surround ings mis morning, vv Jiai [a contrast : When I was there during tho drought thoro was only u few feet of very sickly -looking water, but now the reservoir is full (up to the brim), and I venture to say that a better and more pure supply could not bo seen. What discolouration thero is is simply through natural and unavoid ablo causes in connection with tho impounding of storm, water. It it as sweet and healthy i\s could bo. Perhaps if there wore one or two more reservoirs of large capacity, to hold say a month or two's supply of water, so us to give it time to settle, a clear and full supply miy-ht be maintained. How would a second reservoir, say below tho great one, do 'i If practicable, it would not c...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Cumberland Convention, I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 12 January 1889

Cumberland Convention, I.O.G.T. 'I'm-: lii'.st monthly mevtiui; of the Kwutive -?{ the Cumberland Coiu-uiilSun, [.O.G.T., f..r I SSI), was held at Urn Nrluiul of .Art*, I'.utm niattii, uiiKiUiirdavafliTiiui'nln.st.tit ;i.;|i) ji.ni., ISro. John Saumlcrs in tho cliair, all the ollici.'i-.s being present, ami a g,n,d mimber of carni'st workers for tho fatiso of ' tiood Tcniiilary.' The iniimti-sof last meethi!,' m-m road, and' mi tlio motion ot i-ro. rncp, NXviukil by liro. liiMinetl, tiny with i-imlinucil. Coniniuni™ tioilS, COllsiMill!,' Of .'ipoU.-i.^. KVIV IVCl'IVI'd from tho Kev. I', .r. Slepheu for iionattc:ul auce nt annual meet ing, P.n-s. Stiiilh, Wilton, J. Smith, and J. Kmu- for mm-nU...udanre at presont niLCtin^, wito lvci'ived. The .-eci-eturV (Ur«-. ?) . IJultoii) rend his re pott to Deci'iuner :ilsl, whii-li showed that tho work the convention had iiudiTlnki-n was doing much yoo.l, iiikI that it was v.ll' niiDporl ing. Thefiuauoial report for tho past year was us follow...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Fruitgrowers' Union of N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 12 January 1889

Fruitgrowers' Union of N-S.W. The monthly meeting of the council of the Fruitgrowers Union of New South Wales was held in the Assembly Hall, Parramatta, on Saturday afternoon. Present : Mr. John Nobbs, M.P., vice-president, in the chair, and Messrs. J. Tarasett, J. Franks, P. Hockley, C. Gambling, V. Stiroson, G. Stimson, J. F. Duffy, C. Gibbs, W. Stieme, F. H. G. Rogers, G. Lovell, W. Cox, J. Luke, G. Franks, S. Tuckwell, G. Hollier, G. Hammer, and the secretary (Mr. E. Whitaker) Tho chairman reported that ho had had several interviews with t--0 Under-seeretary in reference to the subsidy to the Union, but owing the abseneo of tho Premier had been un able to secure anything definite in connnection . therewith. He had much pleasure in wishinir those present a happy new year, and in con gratulating them on the recent timely rains. Although they had experienced a severe drought, the summer fruit had benefited con siderably by the rain And in some way com pensated for the great loss in...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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PROSPECT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 12 January 1889

rKOsi'Kirr crioiow. ' Department of TuMie, Works, .Sydney, -Jud January, 1.SS0. Gentlemen, — AVilli reference to tlio correspondence which has taken j-luco re lative to tho erection of a bridge ovor Prospect Creek at Fuirlicld, I have the honour to mtorin you that tho sum of £660 for this work is ou the schedule of bridges submitted with the esti mates in chief for 18S0, for tho consideration of Parliament, and that when funds shall have been made available, no delay shall take place in proceeding with the necessary stops for the carrying out of tho work. — I have etc., J. Barling, Under-Secretary. Messrs. Nobbs Farnell, and Buchanan, Ms. P.'

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Official Correspondence. PROSPECT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 12 January 1889

Official Correspondence. TKO-U'Kt.'T CRKKK'. ?? Department of I'ublio Works, Svdncv, -'ml January, USS!-. Sir,— With reference to my letter ti- you of tho 'JStli ultimo respeclinif aii interview for a deputation upon the subject of .-nvtingu bri.l-e over I'rosp.rt l--vk. I' hnve tliehouiiur to inform you Ihat it will not be ne cessary for the ilepn'tMtum to wait upon the Minister, as it is liis intention (ogive the wholo mutter his favourably consideration as so;m us the estimates arc passed.— I have, etc.. J. li.Mtt.iNii. I'nder-secietiirv for Worlcs. John Nobbs, Es,|.,M.r.'

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 12 January 1889

Parramatta District Hospital. Tlio usual fortnightly meeting of the com mittee of tho above institution was held in the board room on Wednesday evening last. Present: The Von. Archdecou Gunther, President (in the chair) Dr. W. Brown, Dr. S. Brown, Messrs. F. T. AVatkins, G. T. Hunt, 'W. W. Boucnham, T. '\V. Pollock (treasuror) and II Schwartzkolf, (secretary.) The minutes of tho previous meeting were read and confirmed. me cliairman, on ueuaii oi me oomiuuioc, formally welcomed Dr. S. Brown as a member of tho medical staff, fie was sure all present gladly welcomed Dr. Brown amongst tticm, iind wove pleased to sco him identify himself with tho institution. Dr. Brown returned thanks, mid assured the committee that he was pleased to accept tho position us ono of the honorary medical officers. Ho would do what ho could in tho interest of the institution. Accounts amounting in all to C97 10s 2d wore passed and payment ordered. Following are the principal salaries as pnid per mouth : — ? ...

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HUNTER'S HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 12 January 1889

HUNTER'S HILL. ' Department of Public Works, Sydney Sth January, 1SSI). Sir,— Referring to your letter of the 10th ultimo, enclosing a 'petition signed by residents etc. of Hunter's Hill praying that the Rydo approach to Drammojne-streot Wharf, situate on tho Lano Cove Rivor might be formed, etc., I am directed to inform you that tho Secretary for Public Works bus approved of the sum of ;C000 being submitted on the ad ditional estimates for tho current year, for the ' consideration of the Cabinet. — I have etc., W. Da.ri.inu, Undor-secrotary. F. Faraoll Esq., M.P., Sydney.'

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 12 January 1889

DEATH. ABBOTT. — January 5th, at her residence, Hunter-street, Parramatta, Mary, widow of the late Robert Abbott, aged 68 years.

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. MONDAY JANUARY 7. (Before Messrs. G. T. Hunt, J. Whitworth, and C. Coates, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 12 January 1889

Parramatta Petty Sessions. Monday Januauy 7. (Before Messrs. G. T. Hunt, J. Whitworth, and G. Coates. Js.P.) Benjamin Harrison pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk whilst in charge of a horse and cart, and was fined 10s or 48 hours. John McGinnaty, charged with being drunk on the railway station, Parramatta, pleaded guilty, and was fined £5, to be recovered by levy and distress, in default, 7 days' imprison ment. The same defendant was also charged with using obscene language on the Parramatta railway station. He pleaded guilty, and the case was withdrawn by the railway authorities. Charles Clarke was brought on suspicion of   stealing a sum of money from two boys named Smith. Senior Constable Smithers deposed to arresting prisoner at the Rydalmere Hotel, on Saturday evening. Found on him a watch and chain with gold seal attached., and a gold broach. Maria Woodcock, residing at Ermington, deposed that her husband was a fruit agent, and as such received money for sa...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 19 January 1889

CUMBERLAND BUILDING LAND AND INArE,STMENT COMPANY, LIMITED. Tho Board arc now prepared to make ad vances on Mortgages. Kulcs and all informa tion on application at tho oflico, Georsjo-sti-ccO, Parramiitla. ? JNO. JAS. MILLER Manager. 'STTOOD PRESERVING OIL, at U MURRAY BROS. /\r\(\ GALL. Square Iron Tanks T~V»/V./ on sale. MURRAY BROS -J r\r\C\ GALL. TANK, ,Cl. \\J\J\J MURRAY BROS.

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Deputation to Mr. G. Pile. HE STANDS FOR MARSDEN WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 19 January 1889

Deputation to Mr. G. Pile. HE STANDS FOR MARSDEN WARD. On AVednesday evening a deputation, con sisting of Messrs. Taylor, AV. T. Airoy, AV. R. Murray, R. L. Dunn, AV. Coupcr, T. Dixon mid AV. Moseley, waited upon Sir. G. Pile, asking him to allow himself to bo nominated for Marsden AVard, at tho forthcoming muni cipal elections. They wcro introduced to Mr. Pile bv Mr. G. Mills. Mr. J. Tavlor. in ntl drcssiug Mr. Pile, stated that if ho would allow himself to be nominated, thero was not tho least doubt but that he woidd be.recumed tho success ful candidate. They wanted men to represent them who would command tho respect of tho ratepayers. Mr. Pile said he was very pleased to meet such it number of influential ratepayers. Ho liked Parramatta, and would do what ho could for it without neglecting his own business. Ho was not exactly now to municipal work, having served us Council Clork in three different municipalities. Ho had therefore reached tho stage of cabin boy. Ho novel- liked to...

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PROSPECT AND SHERWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 19 January 1889

PROSPECT AND SHEltAVOOD. The polling fov tho extraordinary vacancy at Prospect and Sherwood, caused by tho death of tho late Alderman Joseph Booth, also took placo on Friday, ,-iiid resulted in tlio return of Mr. A. P. MuMauis, tho late Council Clerk. The Mayor (Mr. H. T. Jones), presided at tho official declaration on Saturday morning, and ?mnounced tlio result of tho poll as fol lows: — Arthur 1'. JUoManis ? 135 Alex. L. Elphiiistouo ? SO Informal . . . , . . . . ?; Majority for Mr. McMauis .. .. -Hi There wero only two or three present at the official declaration, and after announcing that Mr. McMams hud been duly elected as alder man in the placo of the ' late Aid. Joseph Booth, the Mayor read tho following- memo :-— Council Chambers, January 12th, 18S9. To tho Ratepayers of Prospect and Sherwood. Ladies and Gentlemen, — Takinij tiio result of the election yesterday of Mr. McManis as a censure of my conduct in endeavouring to havo tho business of tlio Council conducted in a prop...

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The Extraordinary Municipal Vacancies. PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 19 January 1889

The Extraordinary Municipal Va cancies. PARRAMATTA. Tun polling for tho extraordinary vacancy inMiirsdcn AVard, Parramatta, caused by the death of Alderman Joseph Booth, look place on Friday last, and resulted in tho return of Mr. John Booth. Tho official declaration took place on Saturday, at noon, iu tho Town Hull. The Mayor (Mr. C. J. Byrnes), who presided, an nounced the receipt,' of tlio returns of tlio poll in'* UK follows : ? John Booth .. .. 231 AValtnr T. Airov .. .. 221 Informal .. ' .. .. ?'- Majority for Mr. Booth, 10. The Mayor declared Mr. John Booth duly elected. Aldurmaii Booth, in ackiiowh-d-jin!; his elec tion, nl tacked tho Council's officers -md Alder man Dixon for unduly interfering in tho con test to prevent his lotiirn. Soino of his piT-nu- nlities provoked interruptions from two rate payers prcsoiil. lie denied that bo was pled ged to support Alderman Hugh Taylor for tho (?hair, but was going into tho'Council unletter ed and an independent representative, bou...

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Granville District Church Parade. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 19 January 1889

Granville District Church Parade. An adjourned meeting of delegates of friendly societies iu the Grauville district was held in the Primitive Methodist Church, Granville, ou Friday evening, for the purpose of further con sidering the advisability of holdiug a Sunday Church Parade in aid of the Parramatta Dis trict Hospital. Mr. J. Saundcrs was voted to i.l-_ ..!...;.. ? .1 j.1. _ j.'_n ? : ? ji .. l - ? i ? i-jiu cuiiiL , auu uio louowmg ueiogaics were pro sent:— General Havolock Tent, I.O.R., Aub urn, Bros. H. and G. Bennett aud Menzies ; Lord Clyde Lodge, P.A.F.S.A., Bros. Epps, Gilles, and Barber; Duke of Edinburgh Locto, L.O.B.S., Bros. G. Hill and J. Saundcrs ; Granvillo Lodge, U.A O.D., Bro. AVhito; Happy Moments Lodge, I.O.O.F., M.U., Bra. G. AV. Butneld ; Pride of Auburn, M.U., Bro. G. II. Lewis, James Sheppord, and G. Hay tor. A letter was read from tho secretary of tho Railway and Tramway Association, stating that the association had not had time to ap point delegates. A. ...

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St. Monica's Church, Parramatta North. VISIT OF THE CARDINAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 19 January 1889

St. Monica's Church, Parramatta North. VISIT OF THE CARDINAL. The now Roman Catholic Church at Waitemata, Parramatta North, dedicated to the Saint Monica, was solomnly opened and blessed by His Eminence Cardinal Moran on Sunday morning lust. There was a very large attond anco, andbeforo mass commenced the church was full to excess. The Cardinal was accompanied by Dr. O'Haran and Father Kavanagh, O.P., from Svdnev. and was received on arrival in Parramatta by Monsignor Itigncy. Tho cere mony at the church commenced shortly after 1 1 o'clock. Tho solomn procession around the edifice, according to church ritual, preceded High Mass. The acolytes were dressed in cardinal cassocks, and carrying lighted candles, the crucifex, etc., preceded the Cardinal iu tho procession. His Eminence presided at mass, and Mousignor Rigney was celebrant, Father Grace deacon, Father O'Reilly sub-deacon, and Dr. O'Haran master of ceremonies. Mrs. Colloy presided at tho organ, and conducted the choir, which i...

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Dundas. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 19 January 1889

Dundas. A veev successful concert was givou hero by Miss Sharp, assisted by somo ladies and gentlemen from Sydney and a few of her pupils, on Friday, for tho benefit of tho children at tending tho Dundas Public School. Although tho room was comfortably filled, tho attedance was somewhat smaller than usual, owing no doubt to tho very unsottled stato of the weather that evmiino. Ah the nunlifcv of Miss Sham's concerts Jis so well-known, it is quito super fluous to say than an excellent pro gramme was arranged, tho selections being of a high standard and quite worthy of a town audience. Tho concert was opened with Faust (Osborno), a duot played very ex pressively and with finished skill by Misses Barrett and Sharp. The most noteworthy features of tho programme wore ' Kathleen Mavourneen,' very sweetly aud feelingly sung by Mrs. A. Usher; ' The Goat Bells,' so charmingly and artistically given by Miss Barrott, that it called forth a hearty encore, to which she kindly responded with anot...

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, C. W. Lloyd, R. Harper, and E. Pearce, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 19 January 1889

AVkdxksday, Jaxuaky IB. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, C. AV. Lloyd, R. Harper, and E. Pearcc, .Is. P.) Henry Iventwell, charged with being drunk, was remanded to gaol for a week for medical treatment. Thomas Madden was charged by Patrick McGinluy with assaulting him with intent to do him grievous bodily harm. Tho prosecu tor stated that he was a labourer employed at Putts' Hill: defendant was also there; on Tuesday last, owing to tv previous occurrence, defendant attacked him with a shovel. Pro secutor put. up his shovel to ward the blow off, when tho handle was dented in, and witness received a blow on the nose. At this stage tho case was postponed till Thursday. Alexander Firth v. A. W. King. AVages case. No appearance of defendant. Plaintiff stated that, ho was summoned to Goullmrn on a polico case, and when he camo back tho de fendant dismissed him and refused to pay him his wages, amounting in all to £10 ,5s. The Bench ordered defendant to pay the amount, to be recovered by levy a...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Local Topics. HOW IS IT, DONE? [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 19 January 1889

Local Topics. HOW IS IT, DONE f (With apologies to the Incumbent of All Saints.) I. Sonio say, as after tea they yawn, Tim way to sling it's ' Mister Do.ne,' As though tho word should rhyme \y'M\gone. Mow is it ! II. And some, tho votaries of haul Ion Thinking the word should rhyme with ' shono' Firmly insist on ' Mister Doxii.' How is it ? III. Others again are very prone To swear they'll weep and muchly moan Unless 'tis rendered ' Mistor Done.' How is it ? IV. While others still, intent on rim, Declare their vote will not bo won Unless you call him ' Mister Doxi!.' How is it ! V. And yet another crew will croon That rhetoric's compleiest boon Is won by lisping ' Mister Doxk.' lion- i,v it ! Thanks to Mr. J. Tamsett, we havo had the opportunity of perusing, in a recent number of the English AyrkulUiml Gavttt; a report of certain Conferences of Fruitgrowers lately held in the old country. Tho greater portion of tho proceedings at these meetings dealt with mat ters of purely local co...

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Rouse Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 19 January 1889

Rouse Hill. Me. Heney Bubeeij,, J.P., of Rouso Hill, makes tho following complaint : — 'Will you kindly allow me, through tho columns of your valuable journal, to draw attontion to a few matters in connection with the Public school at Rouso Hill. Some eighteen, months ago the teacher retired through ill-health, and a Mr. Drummond was then appointed. Under Mr. Drummonds's management the school rapidly improved in attendance, and the parents of tho pupils ireely expressed the gratification they felt upon finding their children progressing1 so satisfactory. A rumour was current in this neighbourhood during tho erection of the now school buildings to the effort that Mr. Drum mond was to be removed and the teachor from Nelson appointed to Rouse Hill. The resi dents here then petitioned the Minister of Public Instruction to allow Mr: Drummond to remain in charge of the Rouso Hill school, and this petition was unanimously signed by tho parents of tho pupils and the leading residents of thi...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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MONDAY, JANUARY 14. (Before Messrs. S. Crawford and G. Pearee, Js. P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 19 January 1889

Moot ay, Jaxuary 1-1. (Before Messrs. S. Crawford and Cr. Pc-arco, Js.IM Arthur Clay, charged with being drunk, was discharged on his own recognizances of C2. He mado no appearance, and his recognizances were estreated. (Before Messrs. G-. T. Hunt and G-. Coates, Js.P.) Carles Clarke, on remand was charged on suspicion of having stolen the sum of .£11 17s. from a little bov named Moses Smith, on Satur day morning, tho 5th instant. Tho following additional evidence was adduced : — William Atkins, u nurseryman, residing at Ermington. stated f it accused was in his employ up to Satm-da week ; scut him to Mr. AVoodcoclc's for the ? im-nt) for the salo of fruit ; accused returned m about half an hour, with the money he was i,nu for; tho money was rolled up in the bill of sale, nnd enclosed in an envelope : iiftor ho gave tho money to witness he asked leave to yj away : that was about three quarters of an hour after his return ; he said he wanted to go to Sydney ; next saw him on Saturday...

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