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BOOKWOOD. Conference with Auburn Council. MORE "SCENES." COLLAPSE OF THE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

BOOKWOOD. Conference with Auburn Council. MORE 'SCENES.' COLLAPSE OF THE MEETING. The fortnightly meeting of the Rookwood Municipal Council was held on Wednesday. Present: The Mayor (Mr. R. Slee), Aldermen 3 roves, Gormlcy, Garthwaite, Corbett, Lidbury rod Varley. CONFERENCE. The Auburn Council attended by appoint ment to deal with the opening of tendere for Water and Graham-streets, and was repre sented by— The Mayor (Mr. T. Taylor), Alder men Ritchie, Roper, Small, Lightfoot, Myers and Baker. Amongst the public present was Mr. Alban Gee, J.P., ex-Mayor of Rookwood. On the motion of Aid. Groves it was resolved tliat the business of the present be postponed, to allow of the joint Counoils dealing with tenders for Water and Graham-streets. The Mayor reported that one tender had been received by his (Rookwood) Council. The Mayor of Auburn reported that two tenders had been received by hiB Council. The following tenders were opened : For Graham-street, J. J. Young, £114 4s ; Thos. Burt...

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

SociaL The fortnightly Assembly dance held in Auburn nail, Auburn, on Monday evening, the 29th, was like nearly all social meetings of the kind most en joyable ; notwithstanding the wintry character of the evening. Professor E. Evans was the most efficient of M.C.'s ; Mr. T. Simpson acted as secretary. Musicians — Messrs Grace (piano), Man tova (cornet), Willisford (clarionet). Amongst the the ladies present were Mrs. E. Evans, Miss Eva Evans, Miss Brown, Miss McDonnell, Miss Wrench, Miss Laing (2), Miss O'Neil, Mrs. A. Skinner, etc. Gentlemen — Messrs. H. Hall, A. Skinner, Noon, Graham, Bourke, Blore, Bacon, Chapman, R. Lightfoot, H. Bryant, and J. Bane, a visitor from New Zealand.

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

Musical Union. , A special meeting of tbe Auburn Musical Union t^&b held on Tuesday, evening (Mr. ' C . -I/eWis irT the chair) lor the purpose of considering a proposal to revise certain of the /rules. Owing, however, to some hitch, the committee' charged with the drawing up of draft proposals did not report, and the busU | ness fell through. 'Sir, E. H. Clark, \ stage manager, tendered his resigna- \ tion, but was induced to hold it over till next meeting — to be held on Tuesday. We referred some weeks ago to the vacatiou by Mr. Lee9 of one of the higher offices of the Society ; but we now hear with relief that the gentleman named has promised, that should an ad justment of existing difficulties be ar rived nt soon, he will give all as sistance 14 to make the Union go ' in the future. It would be more than a pity to allow this worthy Auburn insti tution to die out.

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The Parramatta-Sydney Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

The Paimmatta-Sydney. Boad. ' ^^e'iexoelUrat1 \d-me .of, late ly tlie'Coancilii? formation of qqMejrf the district tcpaldfi jbends to throw into greater oontrast the state of the Parra ^ the couple 'of crossing rBppkwoad. Inaeediirom. the first nitotioned , jboe the rood is in need of attention.

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A Bolt Indoors. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

A Bolt lndoors. Startled ' by the train on Saturday evening a horse attached to a sulky, left outside, fye New Zealand ButoheJT, Auburn-roid, made a dash for tlie inside of the Bhop, causing, no inconsiderable excitement in the establishment aud its immediate neighbourhood for some little time! . Eventually, the. animal was backed out andit was found no very great harm had' resulted. 1

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

[?] [j£ ? Six lb. Sugar and lib. Good P; . -Tea, 2s |& - Sperm Candles, 6d per lb. gjg- Parafin „ 4J : ,, fe; Sago, 71bs. for Is g|;, Tap'roca,7 lbs. for Is I# Oat Meal, 7lb. bag, Is . t /¥. Fine,, Salt, 81bs for 6d 'Washing*Soda, 81bs. for 6d Whiting, 81bs for 6d Best Bice, 2d per lb., Tibs for I/ Safety Matches, 2d per dozen Wax ,, 8d per dozen English Pickles, 6d per bottle Champion's Yinegar, Sd'bottle Fresh Salmon, 7d per tin Large Sardines, 6J per tin Small „ 3fd „ Fresh Oysters, 6d „ Fresh Herrings, 4J „ Hoffman's Starch, 4§d per box C. S. Co.'s Golden Syrup, 5§d per tin Ditto Treacle, 5d per tin Corn Flour, 4d per packet Epps' Cocoa, 5d ; ,, Soyer's Baking Powder, 5d tin ainerican Brooms, 6d each Large-Salad Oil, 7Jd per bottle Small „ 4jd „ „ Castor Oil, 4Jd „ Large „ 7J „ Croytn Soap, 4d, 6d, and 8d per bar Sand Soap, 4d per bar Sunlight Soap, 10id per box Extract Soap, Is per dozen Germea, Is per packet Granuma, Is per packet Biscuits, 3d per lb. Parramatta Blend ...

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The Rev. W. Sounders. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

The Bev. W. Saunders. The Bev. W. Saunders, who has suc ceeded Bev. E. A. Colvin at St. Philip's Church of England, is winning golden opinions as a helper , in tbe true social advancement of Auburn. The Literary Institute is one of the local organisations ttiat bas felt the benefit of the' rev. gentleman's: zeal; it is putting 'forth fresh signs of life. In other respects, too,' Mr. Saunders' influence for good iel very marked ^

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Poetry. THE LABOURER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

Poetry. I the laboubeb. Too cannot pay with money The million sons of toil — , Tho Bailor on the ooean, ; The peasant on the soil, 1 The labourer in the q carry. The hewer of the ooal ; Tour money pays the hand. But it oannot pay the tool. Too gnze on the cathedral Whoee turrets meet the sky ; Bemember the foundations That in earth and darkness lie : For, woe not those foundations So darkly resting there. Ton towers op ooold never soar So proudly in the air. workshop must bo crowded ^ V NThat the ulaoe may be bright ; If &e ptoofbman did not f&ragh, % Then the poet could not write. Then let every toll be hallow'd That perfonns for man, Awfl have Its share of honour is part of one great plan. See, light darts down from heaven, And cmterT where It may ; The eyes of all earth's people An cheered with one bright day. And let the miud's fame sunshine Be spread o'er earth as free, JluA fill the souls of men As the waters fill the sea. The man who tarns the soil Need not ha...

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Election Excitement [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

Election Excitement The evening of the 24th July, (pol ling day) will be long remembered by our news agents in this district. The principal business man in that line, Mr. J. T. Bailey, enjoyed some unique experiences. Leaving a crowd eagerly waiting in the vicinity of bis shop be and his son went to the station to re ceive the bundleB of late editions of the Sydney evening papers, per rail. At the station, however, was another madly-excited crowd, and the bundles were no sooner opened by the consignees than the papers were torn from their hands amidst a perfect rain of coppers. Not one solitary paper hod the Messrs. Bailey when they left the station. Again and again they received their parcels, and every time succeeded in getting home — with the string of the parcels only. Not one paper got through the Incited mass at the station.

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THE GIPSY'S DAUGHTER. CEAPTER VII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

THE GIPSY'S . . .. DAUGHTER.! CHAPTEB VJLL, — (Continued.) ' I'll risk it ill — all for Bom,' cried Bir Victor, madly. ' Dear boy, your mother, yonr friends, the country; — yes, the oountiy — have a right to expeot that yon should' marry a refitted, good, graoious, vise, lovely woman, one your equal in birth and ? education. 1 do not speak of fortune ; -we can afford to ignore that; bnt yonr i; family, friends, the conn try, will de maud that Victor St. Maurice many a .'lady.' ? For Boee, ' cried Sir Victor, angrily, ? I can defy my friends and the oountry. I am the one to be suited with my wife not {the country, She is l*4y enough for me, or we can make her so. Don't be so hard and intrao table, mother)' . « Heaven forbid that X should be either. Bat all the tastes and anteoe denti of this girl are hostile to yoan. In a little while the' glamonr of love . would pass, and you would awake in a great agony to her faults.' Ton woqld bluah for yonr wife, no doubt, before yonr own servan...

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Service of Song. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

Service of Song. A service of song, entitled ' Scrub,' was given at the Aubum Primitive Methodist Church on Monday evening with satisfactory results. The Bev. S. Harrison read the story ; and the muBi oal portion of the service was performed by the choir of the Granville P.M. ChHrch, with Mr. J. Fewster as organist, and Mr. W. F. North, as con ductor. A vote of thanks proposed by Messrs. Mitchell and Mashman, was carried with acclamation.

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

Gardening Calendar. ? Auonsf.- 1 ;. , I f. : I j Vsosubi* Ga&dkx. — Make extensive sow* be sown in a truna for planting oat later, tiutttwoiiidijotbe wlae to sowihttn io e&ty. }n oo}d oIIjbmm ; they wfll not rtagi the' to flow opjomjte put Pptat9Map4JeruBJem Artiolwkee, Thin 0»t w «vtl} up grqmng .oropean4 lwpj»t44l**4»-»» appear, to vmr 9^ aJlmatas^J }e the among the flower Jwrieti, } 3t -U Jar iaaler to wed; all Owe if town now and teoed in

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Womanhood Suffrage Meeting. ADDRESSES BY DR. ROSEBY. REV. G. WALTERS, AND MR. SMAILES, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

Womanhood Suffrage Meeting. ADDRESSES BY DB. ROSEBY, BET. G. WALTERS, AND MR. SMAILES, M.P. A pnblic meeting, in support of the claims of the Woman's Suffrage League, was held in the Cumberland Hall, Au burn, on the evening of 20th instant. The night was exceptionally cold, but, notwithstanding, there was a good at tendance, the majority being ladies. Mrs. W. M. Thomiis (president of the League) occupied the chair ; and on the platform were — Revs. T. Roseby, D.D., Geo. Walters, and W. Pettin''er, and ?Mr. G. W. Smailes, M.P. Amongst other prominent sympathisers present were : The Mayor and Mayoress of Au burn (Mr. and Mrs. T. Taylor), — the latter being the Secretary of the League ; Mr. W. M. Thomas (Vice-president), Mesdames Bennett, Webster, Evans, and Lewis ; Messrs. Furness and E. Thomas, Mr. M. M'Leod (President of Granville League), and others. The President having briefly intro duced the speakers of the evening, Rev. Dr. Eoseby said the subject they had met to consider was a...

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

COAJES & HARPER, Galvanized - Iron, - Cement, AN t- Timber - Merchants, Offices : DARCY ST., PARRAMATTA Opposite Railway Station Subway. Branch: RAILWAY PARADE, GRANVILLE. Main Yards & Joinery Mills,— George St, Paramatta, 'ff-f'f where all Materials can be inspected. * We Aspeotfully beg to draw attention to our Large and welTassorted Stock of Mfttfflrf _ ^fl Every Article Required in Building a Souse. OUR STOCK being unusually heavy, we are offering all lines at BBDUOED BATES, and will behappy to forwardprices 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, and can 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 reoeiving the most careful at tention. Country Customers save freight by Loading at Parramatta. 13* Please send for Prices of...

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

Tenders. Tenders for the following works were dis cussed ; — Forming Chlswick Road, and as phalting Edgar-street.

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

HUM of mm, wuiffiir, hlotiiiig, it, -£&, ' tnoroHia. hoto . . . tf. Full^p's Buildtngs, Churcli St. NEW SHIPMENTS OF WINm DRAPERY NOW SHOWING IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. Hanchestor, Household, and Famishing— Blankets, all sixes, 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, ... \0ome8puiiB, Sstamenes, Foulee, _ Cheviots, Meltons, Cashmeres, 'Amazons', Velvet,' Velveteens, _ Plushes. Bainproofs, Waterproofs, Maeintosbest Mantles, | Capes, Jackets,' Costumes, Boas, &c., &c. New Winlar Mfllinenr Ladies' Felt ana Straw Hats, Toques and Bonnets, trimmed and nn trimmed, in all the newest styles and colors. Children's Plash and Cashmere Hats and Bonnets. Birds, Plumes, Wings, Ornaments, See. Hosiery and Fancy Ladies' and Chi...

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

Brief Mention. ^8S^^S.r«2SpS thdr -?«?*- thedeatiiiite tiutira afthe.-ds. etMed -m whoaebodjllnr bad been -ittls£. ' In flonnectlai with the late Trading at No#?. 'ngton, it mriJW *B B»t*Ire, (mother of th«Mty pwSftafMttge Mwt,'o«- tin Tuesday Wore toe wedding, at which '700 erf flu iojnita'alijK local Women's A^lom warn the guests. - . ^^yr«F5isJs. A-thooghtfo] aot — The Bhobrook, petam - inrDffiMrl(i(r.F.H.O. Sogers, J*.[ had ft nUe uttti garni esitine M wwMablT ' for a a0gBjjFm%* and^repalted (U mon^i looks opontudi riwting h litUeWter thaaman-tnjping. ' that thej cant straggle out. 1 She F-'-rtltv*'— — ?— Jim been pleased to areStotil«$«T.TeniK8 i.Swridan kfje BcSSSyS^^ifi toflMOMlatPinm-' ?hut mki firrsinalts, Angmttt. Bunmtta-)nai--r nmlcm, 87th August. The -Pammulta DfakM Phflhannonlo So ciety nooMfollftainehed. It* ^nttoton aatMpsH mnoh rooms tor the neton. Several «f our nraninest nrniiniaiw, how ever, hare stood out. It fa mmourad that another had oppoettioo) society ia ab...

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On Behalf of the Widowed and Fatherless. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

On Behalf of the WldowBd ? ?:-i EaAiw^ss,; ' ' ? nmsuni. Sir,— Sow that the election excitement 1» over,' and men are utore chartbAl; bnligM to each other, 1 desire, to make an ¥|^eal. which iteeemi to me mint taommasd .a.iradf - ' ?-]Sm reaponB«trpm«n*bo havegemiiiMmmmthy ? wi£ae aiit^ed, eo maor iniUtal«^MeM, bt whiidi Rtrroond S^arocoUHj alooiig (He wiiowed «sd tathadew poet; 'Dhrihg fee ?:,'^ljM past and peaent winter. «om t«7 :i'vZs?^S breakiiuieaees ban fame under n^aotioa. iAflewiers of noent date.liave detetitoed itie'to' act npon the pmmpttbga.d.nj tTtD-i''iS?eSB nethieiandtryil wme meam ot itjid {?wtfowUt: :Tolbid«aeUvm-(1^r:'-%$« [?]

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Work for Some Hands. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

Work for Some Hands. ^ Mr. D. O'Beilly, MJ?., has reoeivid Af'% the fdlowing tetter horn the ' Works . '? Department: — , 'tMMT.fSX. ?? Sir,— With releeMoe to ipnwi at the Bth ultima, is wbiobyai vb* tomMndUan of the torn o{ £UO, jputea Cor ihcimprore- ;./ SleTO jSZtfltZ y matta, I em direcUd ly . tfre flmaf aiy for - , PuMic Worka toinlona you (liattnden lot ? the neoesttrr worka oc these mads will be ~ invited this week,— Yoiin, etc., In .oonnection nrith the above, it may --jj be said that now a- good opportunity presents itself tor a few of our honest, willing unemployed to get ' work. Everything in oonnection with the . . -. : callingtertendera-forthu'wixk, favors the idea of &6 ocAitraBt beinglet to a - J gan^ of wortec^.; ttufse win have a nund to a8Ea^ in pioviiig the value of ? - £gS35SafeSstt.t'- ° most benefited! far wraks icuriedUxit itT ?.-& the way suggeeiea axe that some ef'&e ' v'3 wmjanen iroold -poeaibly be'debtoiided of their rightful --sha...

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

SHERWOOD. Progress. Considering the depressed times, onr district .hM,,du^wthe{^fewinoDths, inade £te$gjr in tt»',T-uilditt| Ijne. ^veiai Mttagp?^-ave Jbeed' the . reserve. Although ttwrt W.so ; taany oottagis bemg Voflf,-tji:l0W;wbrfem€» aw libt ??onttoJb^MrSeif.:

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