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

COATES & HARPER, Galvanized - Iron, - Cement, AND Timber - Merchants, ' f Ofljces : DAKCY ST., PARRAMATTA v .Opposite Railway Station Subway. Bran^: RAILWAY PARADE, GRANVILLE. Main Yards & Joinery Mills —George St., Parramatta, where all Materials can be inspected. We respectfully beg to draw attention to our Large and well-assorted Stock of Building Materials, including Every Article Required in Building a House. OUB STOCK being unusually heavy, we are offering all lines at REDUCED BATES, and will be bappy to forward prices of any Lines, which, consistent with the quality of Material, will be found to compare favourably with any other list. We guarantee the quality as best in the respective sorts, andean supply all Orders WITHOUT DELAY. The Delivery Department is under the direct personal supervision of Mr Harper, and our Patrons can rely on their favors receiving the most careful at tention. Country Customers save freight by Loading at Parramatta. IS* Please send f...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GENERAL ELECTION. The Eve of the Election. MR. D. O'REILLY AT THE TOWN HALL. A WONDERFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

IDE wm ELECTIOH. The Eve of the Election. MB. D. O'REILLY AT THE TOWN HALL. A WONDEBFUL MEETING. It may safely be said that the gas-lights in the Town Hall, Parramatta, never before shone over such a meeting as that on Tuesday night lost. The 4 , hour for the commencement of the proceedings was set down as 8 p.m. ; but long before the clock struck the building was crammed to overflowing. In the hall proper the seats had been so arranged as to utilise every inch of floor space. The side ' gang ways ' were reduced to the vanishing point : the main entrance was blocked by the later comers ; the gallery set apart for ladies was crammed to a degree almost dangerous. Ladies and members of committee who found it difficult to find places elsewhere were accommodated at the back of the stage, in the wings, etc. Still the people came. Ingress by tbe main door was impossible, but the side doors were opened and a few thus found admit tance. How they were accommodated when once inside is still a ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Good Land and Good Manure mean Good Crops and Good^j Bank Balances. So use - - ctMmvm - I Complete Fertilizers & Natural/Jtfanures. J THEY AR£ THE BEST. | Supplied in 1 cwt. or 2 cwt. bags, and fall value allowed on return of empty bags. Write for Price, Pamphlet, &c., to : J Tho Sydney Meat Preserving Company Works, Rookwood, or Thorpe & Co., Paramatta, Brokers to the Company. ^ Thorpe's Patent Dog Biscuits and Poultry Food, to be had from Storekeepers. Try them I ? IS' First Prize for Buggy and Sulky at Parramatta Show, 1886. ^ Coach Factory, Parramatta North. G. HOBWOOD, COACH BUILDEB (Next to W. Bums', Grocer). EVERY Description of Buggies, Carriages, Cabs, Spring Carte, Vans, Waggons, Ac., made to Order, in the Best Style. Buggies, &c., repaired - and done ap at SHORTEST NOTICE. . - j rjIHE PREMIES OIL & CO LOB STORES. Herbert Coates, The ONLY Paint and Glass Merchant, OEOBOE STREET, PARRAMATTA. Remember that THE BE BT is the CHEAPEST in ...

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THE RETURNS. Reference mark indicates members of last Parliament. CITY AND SUBURBS. Sydney, Belmore Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

THE RETURNS. Reference mark indicates members of last Par liament. CITY AND SUBURBS. Sydney, Belmore Division. *Dr. Graham (F) G74 Freehill (F) . . 526 Sydney, Bltgh Division. fMartin (F) . . 257 Harvey (F) . . 516 QuinnJP) . . 317 Williams (P) Daly (F) .. 13 Sydney, King Division. 'Beid (F) . . G08 'Parkes . . 468 Sydney, Cook Division. ?WbiddoD (F) . . 580 Trail (P) .. 484 Sydney, Dennison Division. 'Harris (F) . . 674 McNamarn (P) 421 Sydney, Fitzroy Division. 'Chapman (F) 488 Cato {!») . . 82 McElonc (F) . . G24 Harris (F) . . 163 Sydney, Flinders Division. 'Wise . . 296 Buckley (L) . . 118 Waine (F) . . 278 Eden George (F) 11 Nelson (P) . . 833 Sydney, Gipp's Division. 'Black (L) . . 750 O'Connor (F) . . 655 Sydney, Lang Division. ?Hughes (L) .. 525 Anderson (F) ? 42 Foran (P) . . 45 Taylor (F) . . 288 Sydney, Phillip Division. ?Fowler (F) . . 542 Meagher (P) . . 655 Sydney, Pyrmont Division. ?Davis (L) . . 477 Perry (P) . . 4 Carter (F) . . 874 Houghton (Pj 5 1 Fuller (Pf ..14...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY DISTRICTS. Alma. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

C0UNTBY DISTEICTS. [?] ?Thomas (unopposed) AJbury. 8l4BUl*m(PI .. 638 Annidale. ?Copeland, P.. 867 Lonsdale, F .. 891 Ashburnham. 'Gardiner, F . . 526 Bajmosd, P . . 691 Hutchinson, L 822 Axgyle. ?Rose, P ?? 768 Short, F .. 681 Ballina. Perry, P ? . 489 ' Temperley, PL 422 Bingara. xMoore, F. . . 709 Dowelt P . . 484 The Barwon. *Wd^stP .. £42 M'DooneU,L.. 458 Bonrke. ?MUlen, F .. 412 Davis . . .. 228 Braidwood. 'Chapman, P 800 Shadier, F . . 286 *Bawlinson, P 498 Clarke, P . . 768 Boorowa. 'M'Eay, P .. 699 Horn .... 0 Wilson, L .. 455 Broken Hill. ?Oann, L (onoppoeed) Bathurst. ?Smith, F .. . 989 Fitegerald, P.. 745 Camden. fKidd, P.. . .. 849 Bull, F .. .. 628 Cowra. fDoonelly, P.. 669 Borgate.L .. 456 Bassett, F .. 82 CortiB.F.. 149 The Clarenoe. JM'Farlane.P 861 M'Gnren, P ,, 449 Cobar. fWaddell, P . . 412 Lamrook, F . . 7 O'Halloran, L 288 Coonamble. fMacdonald, L 454 Loughn&n, P. . 604 Condobolin. ? } Brown, L .. 616 Byan, P .. 249 Durham. ! fBrown, P . . 781 Smith, P ...

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

Readers are requested to pat ronise the advertisers whose announcements appear In their 'Free Press,' and to mention the tact. ^ ? - ? . I.

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

Christian Convention. In connection with the visit of Colonel Dowdle, of tho Salvation Army, to this part of the colony, a convention, ' for the deepening of spiritual life.' was held in the Primitive Methodist Church, Granville, on Saturday afternoon and evening last. The church was crowded to the doors before tbe commencement 1 of each service ; and numbers were un able to gain admission. The Rev. T. Parr (President of tbe P. M. Confer ence) presided, and was assisted by leading officers of the Salvation Army (including Colonel Dowdle), Rev. W. w. nuueage, jcwvs. narnson, w. Pettinger, and others. At the evening meeting, the Rev. S. Harrison (minister of the church) presided, in the absence of Mr. W. White. Rev. D. Porter and Rev. W. Atkinson (Forest Lodge) spoke to much effect during the evening. The meetings were marked by great earnest ness ; the speeches were instructive and impressive ; and tbe object of the gather ings Beemed to have been very largely attained.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Womanhood Suffrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Womanhood Suffrage. As will appear from an advertisement, a public debate, on womanhood suffrage, is to be held here next Thursday. An interesting meeting is likely to result, aB a number of prominent names are already down upon the programme. Mr. Smitburst (formerly of Hudson Bros.' works) is to lead the opposition on the occasion.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Inter-Borough Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Inter- Borough. Conference. A further conference of the aldermen of Rookwood and Auburn was to have been held at Rookwood on Saturday. Several of the Auburn councillors went down by train, but the Rookwood aldermen (owing, it is believed, as to a misunderstanding as to the hour) did not attend — with the exoeption of Alderman Garthwaite. The conference therefore fell through.

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Terrible Accident. MR. S. J. ANDERSON LOSES HIS LEFT HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Terrible Accident. KB. S. J. ANDEBSON LOSES HIS LEFT HAND. ' A sad accident occurred on the morn ing of Wednesday last. Mr. B. J. Anderson, a well-known resident, and a young man who, for many years, has taken an active interest in almost every institution, had his left hand crushed between the rollers of a leatber-pressing machine, at his brother's establishment — Anderson's Tannery. Mrs. Anderson (tbe wife of the proprietor of the works) applied ' first aid 'to the injured hand ; and her husband and Mr. Critchley drove the young man in to Parramatta | Hospital. On the journey he bore his sufferings heroically. On arrival at the District Hospital, the patient was treated hv Dr. KpArnpv. -with Dr. W. S. Brnwn's assistance. A serious operation was performed, the whole of the injured hand, save the thumb, being taken off Mr. Anderson went through this ordeal well, and at latest advioes he, though suffering from shock, was doing fairly well. The utmost sympathy prevails throughout the ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMITHFIELD. Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

SMITHFIELD Cricket Olub. A meeting was held at the Victoria Hotel, Smithfield, and it was decided to form a cricket club. The following office-bearers were elected: — Patron, Mr. C. W. Perry ; President, Mr. T. Downey ; Vice-presidents, Messrs. H. Morgan, .T. Downey, A. VaJlance, W. Carter, H. B. Carter, A. Alpers, J. Gaulway, J. Anthony ; Hon. Sec., J. E. Anthony ; Hon. Tres., A. Anthony ; General Committee, S. Bursill, J. Stieme, A. Ashe, J. Whatmough, J. O'Brien ; Selection Committee, S. Bur sill, J. Maskelyne, J. Anthony. The club have decided to lay down an asphalt wicket in Mrs. Kenyon's paddock, and & grand concert and dance will be held in the local hall about the end of the month, to raise funds to defray the cost. The club promises to be a successful one next season.

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Sherbook Electornate. THE POLLING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

SfyiHs Mute. THE POLLING The polling in Sherbrooke was, as most persons expected, in favour of Mr. Garrard generally ; but Mr. B. O'Conor who has made lots of friends during hiB candidature came rapidly to the front during the last few days of the ngnc. The returns show that Mr. Garrard held his own well at Blacktown, Castle Hill, Dural, Fairfield, Gals ton, Kent hurst, Pennant Hills, Prospect, Toon gabbie, Upper Galston and Wetherill Park. Mr. O'Conor occupied an honourable position at Cross Boads, Eastern Creek, Booty Hill, Bouse Hill, and Upper Dural ; whilst at Kellyville, Seven Hills and Smithfield, he topped the poll. Mr. Pye secured a few votes ai uiacKtown. ana some nooiy run. Elsewhere he was ' out of it '. Mr. Stimson may be said to have done fairly at the Cross Boads, and badly elsewhere. That Seven Hills should favour ' fiscal peace ' is not surprising, since tho Land-tax may touch some residents out in that district in more ways than one. The vote at Seven Hills was in ...

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A Lapsed Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

A Lapsed Meeting. The ordinary meeting of the Borough Council, set down for Wednesday last (polling day) was allowed to lapse.

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

Masonic Banquet. I The Sir Walter Scott Lodge held their customary banquet in the School of Arts lodgeroom, on Thursday ; about 50 brethren attending. Mrs. Lockwood catered in good style.

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

; Election Efcoitement. The intense eagerness of tbe electors of the township to learn how the day was going in city and country on Wednesday gave rise to some stiiTing scenes. Tho news agents' shops were simply rushed, the thoroughfare in the ! vicinity of Mr. J. B. Price's establish- 1 ment being almost impassable. The edition of the evening papers reaching Granville about 10 p.m. was scrambled for within doors and without, and was sold out in just over no time.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRANVILLE. Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

GRANVILLE. Bleotions. , After the official declaration the re- ! preflentatives of the Granville Labour League conducted the successful can didate in triumph to the Albert Hall, where a monster meeting was held in celebration of the victory. The hall was crowded, and the excited elements ot tne crowd made matters, at times, very lively. The chair was occupied by the president of the League (Mr. B. Fairweather) and speeches were delivered by Mr. Smailes, Mr. Spier (Mayor of Granville^, Messrs. Williamson, McLeod, Barlow, Aid. Palmer and others.

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

Races. We had races here on S&tnrday, on the new racecourse, near the hotel. A programme ot te ur events was run off, in the presence A)f a goodly gather ing. The races innovation does not please everybody ; indeed, some of our residents object to anything of the sort ; and they tried before the meeting to prevent tbe gathering from taking place.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RESISTING THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

RESISTING THE POLICE. At the Parramatta Polioe Court, yesterday, I Henry Charles Barnes, on remand, was 1 charged with assaulting Constable Orr in the execution of his duty. Mr. Bichardson, who appeared for aoousea, applied for a further remand till Mondav. do in tine out that, through laxity in the Post office, defendant's letter to the Clerk of Petty Sessions applying for sub poenas had not been delivered till that morn ing — although posted on 24th. The Bench granted the remand asked for ; same bail as before.

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

Ball. A grand plain and fancy dress ball is to come off on the 1st of August, in the School of Arts.

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THE "JUNIOR" PASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

THE 'JUNIOR' PASSES. Among the successful candidates at the late Junior examination were a number of young local students. From the official Pass list we take the following names Belts, K. S. (Miss Inglis' School), B.C3.C.; Cairnes, M. B. (Miss Clarke's School), C.C.C.C.B. ; Champion, S. A. T. (King's School), C.C.C.C.C.C. ; O'Conor, E. E. (Stanmore Public School), A.C.C.C.C. ; Inglis, B. 3. A. (King's School), A.C.C.C.

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