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Removal;—under Difficulties. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Removal under Difficulties. I wrote that our friends, the Dalton family, were shifting from this town to Carlingford. Your nimble comps. made it appear that they were off to one of the city suburbs. But let that pass ! The removal took place on Saturday, the furniture and the other chattels were loaded on an immense van, which was accompanied by a tender (as nautical people might say) — or, to be more exact, a small cart — intended to accommodate the odds and ends of the household goods and effects. When the sandy tracks near the Culvert were reached, the van sank into mother earth and the horses tried in vain to shift it. So the tender had to ply between the house and the van, and tbe van and the house. It was 2 a.m. the next morning — or there abouts — I hear, before the job was through. The Boys at Ooolgardie. No definite news of much value has been received from the Thornleigh boys now at Coolgardie. One private letter says that they walked ISO miles to a rash, but it proved a d...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
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THE SHAUGHRAUN AT AUBUBN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

THE 6HAUGHRAUN AT AUBURN. TO THE EDITOR. ' In your report of the above in your last issue, no mention was .made of the performance of the 3rd Begiment Band, whot some sixteen strong, came and played lor over an hour, in front of tbe Hall and at the Bail way Station, entirely in my honour. Now as many of them came at personal inconvenience, and at their own expense to help 'ika my benefit the success it was, it is only fair to them that the public should know of their spontaneous and mnarnno An haWf ftf fV.fi Antinm Bijou Comedy Club, and myself in particular we take this publio way of thanking them for their kindly deed. It is such acts as these that help to make life worth living, by proving a man has friends where he little dreams of. -To the members of my own club, and the ladies and gentlemen who assisted, I cannot find words sufficiently strong, to express my gratitude for the splendid ; way they one and all, both ladies and gentlemen, worked on my behalf : it shows that they h...

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

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

ELECTION WAIL. Some peculiar and ludicrous scenes arc wit nessed at election time. On Wednesday last, for ins tan oe, a Parramatta business man was led weeping, very much aloud, from Church street away into a side street. ThiB was about I 6 o'clock only, and his trouble was ' He will ' be beaten! what will I do ?' 'He,' of course, I referred to 'Carbine,' and it took three men I to pacify his backer. I The Perramatta Electoral Registrar reminds those interested that now all who are qualified | may secure the insertion of their names on the j The first steps towards the ereotion of a new Parramatta Courthouse were taken this week. Carpenters are bnsy fencing, etc., on the site (the Old Woolpaok property). Bo great wob the ruBh of the public for Frbe Pbcss extraordinaries on Wednesday night that the police had to take action to conserve the convenience of the publio near our pub lishing office. No fruit is to be sent from this district to the citrus competition at Melbourne ; conseque...

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Railway Time Table, SUBURBAN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Railway Time Table, BUBUEUS un, Trains LBATS PAREAMATTA tot Sydney at - 4tt, S 10wf, 0 66, 880, 780, 80, 81Bi, 8 ttw, ? 8 BO, 818, ION, lltS, It It, 1 ttw, 8 fib, 8 tt, 4 16, 6 0, *«, 0U, 860, 7 SB, 8 SB, 0 16, 10 SL tl & . Monday onlyTlO 47 Saturday only, 1-86, ft 0, 080pm Bo&dBV.tlQv, *0, 10 Ow, tSIO.ltt, 8 SB, Bit, . 4tl, tts, e n, : s sirr. su. 90, 10 u BntenaUeDt-irWsstem feab ; a Iron Richmond ; tbe SIS train wlil sstdtwn ptmarvrs, when r® quired, *t lbs KconpoHS. | Tnlttt LKAYX8TOKY tor Ptmtx atou B6, 6 SO, 7*0, 880, 8KB*. 6 IS, 10 18* a, 1010, USD, ISM, !»?*»(??), S 80, 8 80, 4. 4 80, 4 SOW. 6 80, t BT, 0 80, 8 » a 4 v, T*0b: 8 W *(?«), 8 80, 8 80, 10 so. 11 11 aa it cl ? ? BatardayonlKfiOw* XI, ISOwt, iSSw, 11 « toxSS, INt &»S Air, HO, 10 f, 1, * 8 80. 4 80, 6 89, 0 60 W, 0 80, 8, 6 80, 8 SO, SspUrallttrt-W a, WMfcra «sprnM(4oMrrt* -P atPamaalla); a, lor tUobmosd ; aad wast, Aalofday* evoepted t w use wwtera nan (Bawfday asantsp) j w t, Vnkr i toor's...

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

'..Please mention the ' Free Press ' when ordering from ad vertisers whose notices appear therein. ALL orders intended -or ua should be care fully addressed — Fhxk Pkess Office to avoid confusion. JOHN BLAOK ' & Co., General Printers and Publishers, Parnunatt*.

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

SOCIAL Invitation Cards, Ball Programmes, eto., artistically and Cheaply done at the Fan Paul Office. J. BLACK & Co., PrinteH and Publishers.

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Societies' Fixtures. LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

Societies' Fixtures. LODGES. I.O.G.T., Evening Star Lodge, No. 18, meets on Monday eveningB in Centenary schoolroom, Ton-amatta. Lodge Deputy, Bro. D. Ren. K. O. Foresters, Pride of Australia, meets in Friendly Societies' Hall, Macquarie -street, Par. ramatta, on alternate Monday evenings, 8 p.m. Secretary, Bro. B« C. Bartlett. M.U., I.O.O.F-, Loyal Fountain oi Friend ship Lodge, meets in Friendly Societies' Hall, Macquarie-street, Parramatta, on alternate Monday evenings, 8 p.m. Secretary, Bro. Alfred Gaszard. A. H. G. Guild, St. Patrick's Branch, meets in St. Patrick s sonoolroom, Pennant-street, Parramatta, on alternate Monday evenings, 8 p.m. Socretary, Bro. Jas. Dellow. I. O. Bechabites, Carringtoa Tent, No. 18, meets in School of Arts, Parramatta, 8 p.m. on alternate Tuesday evenings. Secretary, Bro. W. Simmonds. I.O.G.T., Port of Safety Lodge, meets in George*street Asylum, Parramatta, on Tuesday evenings. Secretary, Bro. Howell. I U.A.O. Druids, Aoorn Lodge, meets in Friendl...

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A RESCUE FROM THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

A RESCUE FROM THE POLICE. On Saturday morning (20th), between 10.30 and 11 o'clock, a somewhat sensational scene ooenrred in Church-street, Parramatta, near Holmes' hotel. A slight disturbanoe having taken plaoe j & polioe officer (Constable Onr) endeavoured to efrect .the arrest of one of the crowd. There appeared, however, a strong feeling that the policeman had. made a mis take as to the character of his man— an opinion whioh the party Arrested, folly shared. He simply declined to come along ' : and when it came to a(dl6play of phyBioal force, the con stable fell into a further miscalculation. A to ugh-and-tomble ensued. : Several sympa thisers with the man in custody up, and . two of them actively Interfered— with . the re sult that the officer 'was overpowered and ^nooked into tbe roadway. The prisoner made his escape; ^ Lately one of the assailants of {Constable Orr, a ypung man .named H. J. Barnes, who/ to fiay,the tout, is rathsr po-* favourably known to &e p...

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A LODGING-HOUSE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

A LODGING-HOUSE CASE. At tbe Parramatta PdUce Court on Mondays 22nd in st., a case relating to the rights and powers of lodging-house keepers came before | the Bench. Wm. Shaughnessy proceeded against Jane Beer, of Sydney -road, Bookwood, I for unlawfully detaining certain tools of trade, clothing, etc. There was a cross case Beer v. Shaoghnes8y for assault. Mr. Bichardson ap rpearea for Mrs. Beer and Mr. Jhonson for I Shaughnessy. The whole question had to do with indebtedness inourred by Shaughnessy for board and lodging to tbe amount of £4 10s ; failing the payment of which Mrs. Beer, his landlady, had refused to allow him to remove the goods in question. Mr. Jhonson pointed out that as the case stood his client was pre pared to admit the debt. He wds at present unable to pay, but had work to go to if he could obtain the tools detained. The Bench s u gges ted that an ami cable arrangement be made between tne parties, which ultimately took the form oi the withdrawal of the assault...

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CHILDREN'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

CHILDREN'S BALL. A 'Little Folks' Ball is announced in an other colnnin to come off in tbe Masonic Hall in August 21st inst. It is intended by the promoters [some ol our best townsmen} to make the affair a real children's treat where all up to the age of 1G can enjoy themselves for a few honrs. Tickets may be had at the Free Press Office.

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

PROPERTY SALE. Next Friday, Mr. G. H. Mobbs offers ftt his rooms in Parramatta by publio auction and by order of the mortgagees two splendid residen tial properties within easy distanoe of the town. Both are incomd producing, and well worth the attention of investors.

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

MINISTERIAL INTENTIONS. It is somewhat early yet to say what course the Government will adopt in regard to their programme when the new Parliament meets, but politicians are already beginning to specu late on tbe subject. The impression appears to exist that the Government Trill give the Council another opportunity of dealing with the Land and Income and Customs Bills before starting upon the arduous task of reforming that body. It is said that the Upper House will now give way, especially if a little per suasion is exercised in the shape of a few appointments to the Council. The coming session will probably ba brief and purely financial, and will be followed by a recess and a new session to be devoted chiefly to the work of reforming the Council.

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MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. The writs for the general election were made returnable on Saturday, 10th August, and as Parliament must meet ' not later than the 7th clear day after the date on which such writs shall have been made returnable,' Par liament will in all probability be opened on Tuesday, 13th August.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 27 July 1895

- Certain repairs and alterations were made S Mr. 5. W. Allen of Parramatta North, in 1 Saint's belfry; and 4he result was— as the accomplished visiting 'ringers themselves tes tify— the successful petl and chime music we heard on Wednesday last.

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

The Old Australian Grocery House, '-ft W. GATES, GEORGE STREET (Neab Ch0boh Street), ' ' [ E8TABU8HED IN 18631, -? Continues to Supply the Very Best Values in Ohoice TEA8, ' FRBSH ROASTED OOFFBBS, and General Groceries. With regard to TEA, a proper knowledge of Tea Values and Tea Blendi^ cannot be gained in the abort time may be supposed from the number of Dabblers in that particular article who have recently sprung into existence. ' Having had OVER A QUABTER OF A CENTURY'S PRACTICE -IN TEA BLENDING, I venture to ask A TRIAL of my various Blends and ? other TEAS at prices within the reach ot all at from -J9, 1/-, and upwards Some of the leading Brands of PACKET TEAS are kept in Stock. Fresh-made BUTTER from the very best Creameries received daily. MAIZE, BRAN, POLLARD, OATS, CHAFF, WHEAT, HAY, STRAW and best Brands of KEROSENE at LOWEST PRICES. IS* Customers Waited on for Orders Weekly. 'W ailtey : Gates, —GROCER,— JL/^ I / GEORGE ST., PARRAMATTA. / TAILOBOe ? CASH PRICES TO MEET TH...

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[?]FASHION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

[?] [?] vnoDM, via pentt«nl« ptaeed »ll roniul fltti ed«».oJ U» thebaok. A b*nd rf elufloU dUo« imdie tbe ikirt about hill way, an! tne 'godeto' or leteja gte i U«^ *?IIop.l£t tfaa.htm to fMke thafnkFni^1 .vr^ AryeonjbraoiBe fed dilBfeQfeto jJaaatPg gowns ol oar aneestoeeees, for the morning costames are made to clear the foot completely, bat this Is only the thin edge' of the wedge. The very Amplitude of oar garments will mace it Impossible for them not to fce' abort for out door wear. The wadded cord* in velvet or Bilk, or the sedate three folds on the cross are the faronrite trimming for skirts, exoept a few, which are dashed with white satin on the hips and at Hie hem. Many doth skirts are severely plain. The black mohair ortyon skirts, now so mnch woro, are made qalte simply, but they are lined throoghoot with «tlk, and have doable and triple floonees of picked oat taffeta as a balayease. The pettiooats are very full, and flonnoed at the back ; instead of being drawn in with a ...

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MILLINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

MHjLINEBY, Artificial flowers are prototype* of nature, and millinsry ia madder than ever, yet lovelier j if possible, from its very incongruity. Flowers, j wired lace, butterflies, and bows with a pro* j foslon of flowers are seen to adorn the hats, I while the bonnets glitter with vivid spangles. I Jet reveals sadden fUflhes of red, blae, or green I ?vivid flimnghii* their mtaUic fiW* teapot, are indispensable luxuries, ;.*nd ooloar runs riot with an Biastem j

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WOMAN & HOUSEHOLD The Wild Rose Whirl. A GAY SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

[?] ^ ? ..y-.i. ? ? A . rfWA, .^ja^ .JUW J*| The Wad Bose WMrl A GAY SCENE. r-n Tiirp,1aj -°';ninp Uy Indira nf the ' WUdiEoie -31®jfotpriied the j comflilBent p»ij| ti^thefcjnjlme by. their j^tU^n'ifcejBdB, |nd entertained! the latter at a Jolty -&ncaJtt tSjjb Hosonioj HaH. ^Bs wmfowu fe lApnficenp (almost too magnificent) condition, and only the accomplished devotees at Terpsichore coald more with grace and safety on its polished surface. Mr. Holliday presided over the details in . the dancing hall ; and matters were regulated with unerring accuracy, though with that absence ot noticeable control which characterises properly managed functions. A crowdedgallerv spoke volumes as to the interest which the picturesque proceedings on the -floor below evoked amongst our townspeople. Then the ladies : ? Miss Brown, the courteous secretary, was one of the heroines of the occasion. She looked charming in a white costume hand somely set off with silver stars. Close to her we noticed...

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A PRETTY WEDDING, RYDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

. k PWlb? WEDDING, BYDE. ? : St. Ann's Church, BjAb, was the ? scene of a pretty wedding onWMnas- - and Amy, eldest daughter of Mr. ?'&-! ;Ch»a4e8l)ay, ol Bvde. The bride; who lAokfed : in-creamjiM^^riiimiM^^: chieibrides of 4he fle-i MMOIO

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